Kat Davis-Moran
Kat Davis-Moran
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Mosaic Art Shoes Who Loves These? I Do

post your pictures of your mosaic shoes, they remind me of Dorothy i want to go home, Post your Mosaic Art Shoes
Get some of the embedded gauze used for making casts and cut up into small squares about one inch by one inch. You can find this at some drugstores or a medical supply store,Hobby stores. Wet and cover the shoe inside and out with this smoothing as you go along. Allow to dry thoroughly.

You can now put your mosaic tess.on . with either thinset or silicone adhesive. Allow to dry thoroughly and then grout with either plain colored grout or tinted. This is how we mosaic artists make works of art out of shoes!
You can use anything around the house, beads broken glass, let your mind be creative
mosaic art shoes who loves these i do, crafts, repurposing upcycling
mosaic art shoes who loves these i do, crafts, repurposing upcycling
mosaic art shoes who loves these i do, crafts, repurposing upcycling

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  • Rosalie chow
    on Feb 5, 2015

    Lovely, I love these. That are great looking shoes. Did you use your old shoes? Many years I want to make these, but didn't know what shoes to use. I have a lot of inlay glass I bought many years ago. Thank you for sharing. God bless you.

  • Colimbia1
    on Feb 11, 2015

    Look for shoes at thrift shops and yard sales, if you have no old shoes to use.

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