Hi Christine. You could glue the marbles down in the shape of a letter you want to use. Look at different fonts on your computer to find one that appeals to you. I recommend using either E6000 or Gorilla glue for this job. Both can be purchased on Amazon or at Wal Mart.
Here's a project that should help. Stay safe!
Cut cardboard in the shape of the letter you want and glue them on with E6000
Hi Christine, hope these help you out, not sure if you want just the letter or the letter in amongst more beads,
This one is a hometalk link
Here are some ideas:
Hi Christine, I have a project that I did with glass mosaic in a monogram that might help you. Even though I didn't use marbles, you can still use the same steps in my tutorial:
If you use dollar store marbles you can give it a different effect by boiing them and immediately putting them into cold water. they will crack from the inside which will give you a crackle glass effect. You then can break them into tiny pieces. This will start you off using little pieces to build a mosaic that looks similar to the glass I used to do this project! Have fun with it!
Draw out the monogram you want. Transfer the design onto the base you want for the monogram. Then start sticking the marbles onto the outline using Hot glue. When you are happy the result, either fill in the gaps with hot glue or use a tile adhesive. Have fun!
Here's a video that might help - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CqCD11Vs3aY
Hello. Are you looking to make an indoor and outdoor monogram? I would consider doing a mosaic on a tray or a pizza pan. Then grout your marble stones in.
It depends on your desired outcome but generally you’d glue the pieces onto your finished surface.
e6000 works well on glass and can be used outdoor as well as indoors.
JB Weld or the e6000 series glues will work to adhere this to the monogram - you can find stencils for monograms in the craft stores or online
You could glue them on cardboard or material so they stay and spell out what you need