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The ultimate beginner's package -- Includes everything you need to get started!
Includes Delphi instructor's favorite tools and instructional book
Enough tile for multiple projects means, so the creativity doesn't have to stop
Create Glass Tile Mosaics
Get started in mosaics with the "ultimate" in artistic freedom and creativity with this super value, super convenient kit. It includes some of our favorite mosaic supplies, chosen by Delphi's mosaic instructors to ensure your fun and success on your very first mosaic project. A Delphi Exclusive
"Stylish Mosaics" book
Wheeled glass nippers
10 lbs. Premium mosaic grout
5 Pairs of disposable gloves
Two 3/4" tile assortments - 1 lb. (approx. 144 tiles) each
1 lb. Black 3/4" glass tiles (approx. 144 tiles)
1 lb. White 3/4" glass tiles (approx. 144 tiles)
Three 3/8 inch tile assortments - 1/2 lb. (approx. 250 tiles) each
Pros : This is a great gift for someone who wants to try mosaics.There are enough tiles and supplies to last a few projects, especially small ones. The kit allows a person to try his/her hand at mosaics without putting out a huge investment.
Other Thoughts : I gave this to my daughter as a present because she liked the mosaics I made. She completed a few projects using the materials and still has supplies left.
Mosaics add charm and whimsy to any room in your home or corner of your garden. Mosaics are not only beautiful to display, but they are truly a lot of fun to make. Traditional mosaics are made by cutting tiny pieces of glass and fitting them together with just enough space between each piece for grout. Traditions change, however, and todays contemporary mosaics are not only made from glass but broken china pieces, buttons, shells and even Grandmas rhinestone jewelry. To begin, choose an item on which to mosaic- fountains, small bistro tables and stepping stones are good starting places, but generally mosaics can be applied to any and all surfaces. If youve chosen a smooth surface, rough it up first using fine grit sandpaper or score it using a craft knife. A rough surface will allow the adhesive to form a better grip. Next, decide on a pattern for