Pebble Mosaics

Pebble Mosaics

25 Original Step-by-step Projects for the Home and Garden

Book - 2002
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You can take pebbles and other natural found objects and turn them into beautiful useful and decorative objects for the home and garden. Using easy methods and everyday materials, author Deborah Schneebeli-Morrell demonstrates in full color, step-by-step photographs how to create such beautiful items as a simple teapot stand to a rustic mosaic hearth. Other projects include:

clay planter with broken china and pebble mosaic marble display tray garden edging candle holders for hurricane lanterns orchid saucer house number plaque sundial decorative plinth garden path slabs garden seat basket

Each chapter covers a different way of using mosaics in the home and garden. Projects range from decorative window planters studded with tiny violet cowry shells and amber sea stones, to a herringbone mosaic path laid with brick-red, turquoise and gray pebbles. A garden birdbath inlaid with country stones and the blue-and-white vintage jugs allow lots of room for personalizing designs. A complete material list accompanies each project, along with detailed step-by-step instructions and photographs.

Publisher: Toronto : Firefly Books, 2002
ISBN: 9781552975732
1552975738
Branch Call Number: 738.5 SCH 2002
Characteristics: 128 p. : col. ill
Additional Contributors: Nicol, Gloria

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KarenW
Jul 25, 2003

Looking for an inexpensive and decorative way to enhance your garden or patio? This book has a plethora of ideas to get you started with the basics and keep you going once you have mastered them. Stepping stones, benches and tables all in different mosaics and materials will give you plenty of ideas and inspiration!

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