Stylish & decorative this mosaic pot is a great project for all mosaic enthusiasts. Add your own style to the design & customise it to fit your decor.
- A selection of mosaic tiles
- A mosaic pot - this quite a large pot measuring 30 cm's high & 20 cm's across the top
- Cement based adhesive
- Primer & grout additive - this has a double purpose, to seal the pot prior to mosaicing & added to the grout to improve the grouts flexibility.
- Grey grout
- Tools - two wheeled nippers, repositioning tool, sponges, water & containers, rags for grouting.
- Source materials & pot
- Seal the pot - I've used a primer & grout additive, which has a double purpose. You can use it to seal your pot prior to mosaicing & then add it to your grout in with water a ratio of 50/50 to improve the grouts flexibility.
- Plan you design - This design is based on using a variety of tiles in different styles and tones of blue. Interest in created in varying the size of the tiles & working with flowing lines to create sections within the design. The round cabochons create focal points throughout.
- Apply your tiles - I've used a waterproof cement based adhesive which is suitable for exterior use and & holds the tiles in place as you work on a rounded surface. Allow 24 hours for the adhesive to cure.
- Remove any excess adhesive prior to grouting, this is to ensure that no adhesive shows through the grout.
- Grout the pot - I've used grey grout, which is considered a safe option in colour choice, great if you are uncertain as to what colour to choose. Allow the grout to dry for 24 hours.
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