Add personality to your garden with easy mosaic projects you create from pieces of tile, pottery and glass.
When it comes to flower pots, there are plenty of choices acording to different patterns and materials, such as clay, ceramic, stone and concrete.
I have a weakness for dishes, and on each trip I take, I usually find a potter who makes colorful pots and bring some home. I also collect old dishes in pretty colors and patterns from flea markets and yard sales. When they break, I cannot bear to throw them out. I began saving them at least a decade ago, stashing them in the basement in the hopes of using them for mosaic work. I have been intrigued by the pique assiette technique, which uses shards of broken dishes to make new things—whether they’re new vases or pots, walls, or buildings. To find out more about the art of mosaics, do some Web searches using these key words: Maison Picassiette, Antoni Gaudí mosaic, Grandma Prisbrey’s Bottle Village, the Little Chapel, Guernsey. You, too, will be inspired to save your broken dishes! Making a mosaic-covered flowerpot is a messy project best done outside or in a space that can get wet and dirty. Give yourself several days to complete this project. First you will break your dishes into small pieces called shards. With a gluelike substance called mastic, you will attach them to the pot. Finally, you will fill the empty spaces with grout, which will hold them onto the pot.
Learn how to make DIY mosaic flower pots to add beauty to a container garden. Use broken china or thrifted plates to decorate your clay pots.
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Make easy, beautiful and unique mosaic flower pots using terra cotta pots and stained glass tiles. ** Note: you will find it hard to make just one!
Mosaics have long been my favorite art. There’s just something so beautiful about pieces that are done in mosaic; from the intricate and unique designs to the colors. I just can’t get enough. So I