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When creating a mosaic, there are areas you will need to pay special attention to in order to get the right fit as well as the right shape. Follow these 5 steps!

Making a mosaic on mesh is explained in easy to follow steps with clear illustrations in this tutorial by Helen Miles Mosaics.

So lovely. But, you have to have the right house to do this. I don't think I do, maybe someday. Simple Gestures, St. Augustine, FL

How To Make A Garden Stepping Stone

Beautiful stepping stones!!! I don't like the random look of smashed China but these stones take it to a new level.

There is just something about taking a plain staircase and making it magnificent! This is mosaic-ed with broken plates.

Mosaic Mirror: Mirrors make rooms seem larger and livelier - let this project help you achieve that! Using colored glass mirror tiles, you'll make an inspiring creation that will reflect like a disco ball and cascade light into your room. http://www.dickblick.com/ProjectIdeas/Mosaic-Mirror/

28 Stunning Mosaic Projects for Your Garden

Easy-to-make garden mosaic crafts add color and beauty to the garden. I love DIY garden mosaic projects that are both practical and artistic. Broken plates, tiles, coffee mugs all can create beautiful works of art for the garden. On this page you will find that creating mosaic stepping stones, garden path, planters, fountains and outdoor furniture for the garden …

Create Mosaic Magic in Your Garden

Start your design Sketch your design on the pot, indicating where you want certain sections of color or specific patterns. Wearing gloves and using the plastic knife, spread a 1/4-inch layer of thin-set mortar over the first section of your design. (For larger projects, use a notched mortar trowel to spread the mortar.) Do one area at a time; the mortar will begin to harden in 15 minutes. Press mosaic pieces into the wet mortar, spacing them about 1/4 inch apart. Repeat with remaining…