More of my mosaics


A member wanted me to start a new thread and post more photos of my mosaics, so here goes:
This is the top to a pedestal table.
This is a doll table and chair. I painted it, mosaiced it and covered the chairs with matching fabric.
This is a birdhouse for indoor decor only. Each side of the roof and all four sides are different, but with the same color scheme. I used a glass compote for the pedestal and then painted some of the etched part and added jewelry.
This is a plant stand I mosaiced. This was photographed before I grouted it.
This is a silver tray with a Scottish theme. I stayed at a Scottish Bed and Breakfast on vacation and took this project along to work on and finished it in one weekend and left it for the Innkeeper as a token of my appreciation.
This is a Victorian Woman theme picture frame. I bought all the objects in a box lid at an auction and decided to incorporate them into a mosaiced frame.
This is a beachcomber theme frame. The inspiration for this was a rubber shark I bought at a St. Vincent De Paul Thrift store.
This is a two-shelf pie-crust table.
This is a plant stand.
This table was picked up at an auction for $6. I transformed it.
This is the top to a glass cake stand.
This is a vintage sewing table. I painted it, mosaiced it and then added handpainted rose doorknobs.
This is an ice cream set for a 18" doll.
This is a skirted stool.
This is a piano bench that I painted and mosaiced.

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1 question
  • Barbara Lowell
    on Nov 14, 2015

    I have a shed full of crockery that I have been saving to do such things but where can I learn the process, supplies and components. Can you please refer me to books or classes? Like how do you get the edges smooth? I love your work, it is meticulously wonderful. If I saw it in person I think I would get high from it, surely it is intoxicating to my soul.

    • Lisa House
      on Jan 19, 2016

      Library is a good place to start. I borrowed a book on assorted crafts and it had quite a bit on this process. There is always You Tube as well!

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  • Michelle
    on Jan 24, 2017

    Unbelievable craftsmanship! Truly stunning!!

  • Katherine
    on Apr 25, 2017

    Your talent blows me away! I believe yours are the prettiest mosaics I have ever seen!
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