Kraken Giant Squid Pirate Ship Art Print 8"x 10"
Is this the end of the terror of the high seas? Nah! It's just a friendly Kraken! This is a print from an original watercolor and ink illustration. The image measures 6 1/2" x 9" printed on 8" x 10" acid free fine art paper with archival inks to last a lifetime. The print will come titled and signed by the artist. Packaged in a protective poly bag with acid free backing and mailed in a stay flat mailer. Also avaiable in 11"x 14"…
A Virgin of Guadalupe tile purchased in Albuquerque is the centerpiece of this large mosaic retablo. Made in 2005 with a variety of handmade ceramic pieces, glass beads, broken china and talavera tile, it frames a window in the Nunez house. Measuring 6'X2', it was constructed on hardwood, and hung flat by being directly attached to the wall with screws on either end. After hanging, the two tiny areas left open for screw placement were patched with a pre-planned mosaic piece and grouted. The…
Quite Clearly Ocean
Quite Clearly Ocean at MosaicMoods.com 10" diameter Beaded mosaic on wood. Recent commission from the Pacific Northwest. "How inappropriate to call this planet Earth when it is quite clearly Ocean." Arthur C. Clarke
DIY Resin Casting Tutorials | Jewelry Projects & Craft Techniques
★ DIY Resin Casting Instructions | Jewelry Projects & More Craft Tutorials ★
HOW TO: Use Old CDs for Mosaic Craft Projects - DIY Kitchen Backsplash Tips and Tricks
HOW TO: Use Old CDs for Mosaic Craft Projects - DIY Kitchen Backsplash Tips and Tricks: This instructable goes into detail about how we (my partner Renier and I) created a mosaic backsplash using CDs and the tips and tricks we learned along the way.The backsplash is truly impressive. When light shines on it, it creates beautiful colorf…
I love that slice of seashell!. I also used more foil candy wrappers under the glass gems on this one LOL! It is polymer clay with glass gems, a solid brass octopus, real shells and teardrop crystals. I'm not sure if I am going to put it on a journal, a painted canvas or frame it in a shadow box. Any suggestions?