Terri C
Terri C
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  • Lower Lake, CA

Mosaic Table


I used a old rusted umbrella table, black rose china from a yard sale, black button glass drops, stones, junk jewelry, broken mirror, grout and a glue gun!
In the beginning there was a old rusty umbrella table . . and a whole lot of dishes . . . broken mirror pieces, stones, glass drops etc . . . . and a idea just starting to form . . lol
In the beginning there was a old rusty umbrella table . . and a whole lot of dishes . . . broken mirror pieces, stones, glass drops etc . . . . and a idea just starting to form . . lol
the center was a bit tricky . . I cut small tea cup plates that had a curve to them and formed "petals" I used sculpy clay to keep them in place . . lol
the center was a bit tricky . . I cut small tea cup plates that had a curve to them and formed "petals" I used sculpy clay to keep them in place . . lol
I started forming the outer star pattern with a mix of stones and mirror
I started forming the outer star pattern with a mix of stones and mirror
I used black plates I bought at wal-mart (a buck a piece) my slurge on expenses . . so that this would all come together color wise.  grouting it was a lot of work!  but this is now a great addition to my yard!
I used black plates I bought at wal-mart (a buck a piece) my slurge on expenses . . so that this would all come together color wise. grouting it was a lot of work! but this is now a great addition to my yard!

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  • Terri C
    on May 6, 2014

    thank you yes I would love to know how that product works for you . . a most valuable tool for my work as well . . good luck with your project I look forward to see it!

  • Tonya
    on Jan 31, 2016

    Beautiful job!!!

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