Teri
Teri
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  • Bellingham, WA

Mosaic Tile Flower Garden Wall


My back yard is at a slope and I had a cement wall put in. This made it easier to walk in the back to my avairies. When the cement wall was in, it seem bare so I decided to add some color. I collected left over tile from friends and family and bought some at garage sales. I then decided to create a underwater scene. Since Im no artist I thought fish would be the easiest to do. Piece by piece like a puzzle I create this world that no others had seen before. 50 feet all together. I then added a flower bed in front. This now is the conversation piece to my little get away.
Up the stairs to my bird avaries, This is my pieceful get away.
Up the stairs to my bird avaries, This is my pieceful get away.
Tile wall
Tile wall
walkway wall to my garden and animal get away.
walkway wall to my garden and animal get away.

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  • Don28553709
    on Jun 20, 2018

    Hi Teri,

    I have a vertical cement wall that is ugly. How did you adhere the mosaic pieces to your wall without them falling off before the adhesive dried? What adhesive did you use? I live in Battle ground, WA surrounded by an old growth forest, so the wall gets a lot of shade and is often wet.

    Thanks for any advice you may offer,

    Donna

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  • Sheila D
    on Oct 30, 2014

    Fantastic! Did you use quick set concrete or tile mastic?

  • Ilithman
    on Jul 18, 2016

    U say you're not an artist--well I think u are! I haven't a clue how to even begin to do such a thing. Beautiful!

    • Teri
      on Jul 21, 2016

      Thank you I wanted to make my wall with different animals, but I knew if I even tried you wouldn't know what they were. So i did fish instead. Can't draw worth a beans.

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