Just Imagine - Daily Dose of Creativity
Mosaics have been around for centuries. It is the art of creating images by assembling small pieces of stones, glass or any other materials that have some specific color that could be used. They could mostly be seen on the flours of some luxurious mansions or public buildings, but slowly they were i
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40 Fabulous Design Ideas For Patios
If you're looking to redesign your patio, then look no further than this great article with over 40 fabulous design ideas for patios. With a range of great...
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This Narrow 594 Square Foot Home Actually Feels Huge When You Step Inside
I’ve seen some truly remarkable pieces of architecture while writing for LittleThings — especially tiny houses. Followers of the Tiny House Movement will be quick to tell you that a small space doesn’t mean a lack of options and possibilities. In fact, some tiny houses can be more impressive than huge mansions. I’ve seen tiny...
How to Mosaic Using Ceramic Leaf shapes
This is how I made the leaf mosaic pieces. Press leaves into a smooth slab of clay.- Thickness should be uniform.. Mine was about 6mm thick in this case. I have used wild geranium, nasturtium, bouganvillea and cluster fig leaves. Then, when the clay has firmed a little more, cut around the shapes with a pottery knife (or an ordinary kitchen knife- that works too) Leave overnight. Do not pick up the pieces or handle them while the clay is soft. The next day, once the clay is past the floppy…