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NEW - Flower Cutting Tutorials - £5

Posted by Sue Smith on

NEW - Flower Cutting Tutorials - £5

Stained glass flower cutting tutorials for mosaic.   Each film is between 25-60 minutes long showing in more details how to cut flowers for your glass garden mosaics.  Each one is £5 and will be available with a private link to watch on YouTube as many times as you wish. I will send the link to you in an email. Available now: Roses, Larkspur/Delphinium, Torch Lily/Red Hot Poker, Oxeye Daisy, Stylised Daisy, HollyHocks with more to be added... To then create your own stained glass garden mosaic watch my free YouTube course "How To Create A Garden Glass Mosaic" with...

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JUST ARRIVED - THE LEAVES AND FISHES

Posted by Sue Smith on

JUST ARRIVED  - THE LEAVES AND FISHES

Two new glass shapes added to the collection.  Made from moulded glass, so will not fade, flat on one side these are perfect for adding to your mosaics.        

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NEW - Glass Mosaic Display Fixing Set

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NEW - Glass Mosaic Display Fixing Set

I  have been asked many time how I display my glass mosaics in my garden.  Unable to find anything suitable I decided to have my own made by a local engineer.   Designed to hold up to 12mm thick glass or panels and in stainless steel to avoid rusting. The kit comes with diagram instructions and soft blue glass pads to help cushion your mosaic. Screws are not included because different ones and sizes may be needed for your display location.      

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NEW!!! BLANK BUMBLEBEE MOSAIC BASES - £2 POST DISCOUNT - MORE SHAPES IN STOCK!

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NEW!!! BLANK BUMBLEBEE MOSAIC BASES - £2 POST DISCOUNT - MORE SHAPES IN STOCK!

In stock now...mosaic bases....11  designs to choose from...  Let you imagination flow...

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Save Your Empties!

Posted by Aren IRWIN on

Save Your Empties!

This is a great way to jazz up your empty bottles - particularly if you have interesting shaped ones. I used silicone and small pieces for the mosaic so they wouldn't 'see-saw' with the surface of the bottle not being flat. You can use them as fancy bottles on the table or put fairy lights in them and have them as lamps. An ornate stopper can be a lovely finishing touch. Has anyone else used bottles for their mosaics?    

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