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Baby Part 2

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Because the client requested pink and purple tesserae in this name mosaic, I chose brown for the ceramic letters. My initial instinct was a single border, of metallic vitreous, in pink/purple hues. However, I think I will play with more border options. Absolutely, I want pink surrounding her name. Presently, I have my eye on some hues of purple stained glass and there are some lovely pink glitter glass tiles. We’ll see… Color, color, color!

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Making Mosaics

Flora Part 2

The last piece of pink stained glass has just been placed. When making a name mosaic, generally it is best to have quite a bit of contrast between the name and background. In this case, a light pink is a great choice against the name in black and the border in purple. Now, we will wait 24 hours and then start the grouting process.

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Flora’s Selfless Son

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This is a perfect example of our wonderful middle school students:

He earned enough mosaic money to have his own mosaic, but he chose one as a gift. This student wanted something special for his mom. He requested her name in black ceramic letters, a purple border and pink for the background. I put in a second border around her name, for effect.

Again, you will note the grid. In designing mosaics, I often use one.

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