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Mini mosaic kit - curious cat
These are bulky to pack up and store so typically these are ready to post out in a week.
Featuring hand painted ceramic tiles by Anne Cardwell - a bright colourful, attractive mosaic. Completely unique - you can't buy this anywhere else! It is a perfect introduction to this ancient yet contemporary art and it could also be a lovely gift for a creative friend.
A stylish project to make at home, everything you need is included, (select nippers at subsidised price if you need them). These tiles provided are soft and can be easily nipped with any conventional nippers, as well as the tiny nippers which you can choose as an option. (I actually find these perfect and use them by choice for these tiles now.)
Plenty of extra tiles are allowed for practicing and errors. Tile colours may vary.
For a beginner I would estimate this kit would take 60- 90 minutes to complete. The project does not need grouted.
An instruction sheet is available online, a link will be sent.
Information regarding tiles and bases is within the course and is FREE if you enrol. (To view instructions a payment is required).
Base board, 150 x 105 x 3mm laser cut mdf base (attractive dark edging)
Adhesive (good quality PVA)
Background tiles in a choice of colour ways as shown. (alternatives might be used due to uncertain supply at the moment).
Does not include A pair nippers is not included and they are essential. For this project and these soft tiles the small nippers are adequate. Please use with care and are not suitable for young children. Older children might use them with supervision. If you have sidebiters or wheeled nippers they are also perfect.
SUITABLE FOR ALL AGES with supervision. (I would recommend secondary school age upwards.)
Suitable for placing indoors only. Do not grout, tiles are absorbent.
The ceramics are hand painted and fired, therefore may vary a little from the illustration. (Only in a good way!)