How to make Mosaic Stepping Stones step by step DIY tutorial instructions | How To Instructions

How to Make Stepping Stones - with a Cake Pan

How to make Mosaic Stepping Stones step by step DIY tutorial instructions | How To Instructions

Mosaic turtle sculptures..would love one in my garden! november '04 139 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Mosaic turtle sculptures..would love one in my garden! november '04 139 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Patio table project - This old table had a stained, scratched and abused glass top. I purchased one foot square glass mosaic sheets from Home Depot. I cut the squares off the sheet and glued them down to the glass with clear waterproof caulking. Grouted with white grout. Easy!

Patio table project - This old table had a stained, scratched and abused glass top. I purchased one foot square glass mosaic sheets from Home Depot. I cut the squares off the sheet and glued them down to the glass with clear waterproof caulking. Grouted with white grout. Easy!

Make your own mosaic tiles in any color- with wood glue, paint, and plaster, using a rubber car mat as a mold!

Make your own mosaic tiles in any color- with wood glue, paint, and plaster, using a rubber car mat as a mold!

How to Make Mosaic Garden Projects | Midwest Living ~ i see a whole kitchen counter top made like this.....

How to Make Mosaic Garden Projects

DIY Concrete Ladybug

DIY Concrete Ladybug

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

Create Mosaic Magic in Your Garden

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

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