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Making-Mosaics E-zine, Issue #002
August 04, 2010
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Issue number 002, August 2010Welcome to the Making-Mosaics E-zine! I hope you will find it informative and fun. If you have any questions or comments, or you have an interesting topic you would like me to cover in the next issue, please let me know by hitting the reply button!
Well we are right in the middle of summer. I hope you are all having a great one! Remember that if you finished a mosaic you can upload it in the Gallery Page.
This page enables you to show off your mosaics to the world. Just upload your image and story and in the process create your very own web page. You can then share this web page with friends, family and other readers of Making-Mosaics.com, they can even comment on your work! Many people have already added content… To see just click on this link
What's New in Making-Mosaics.comWell I try to keep myself busy but it is difficult to get work done in summer. However I did add a few interesting things in the web site.
I have been receiving emails from people who are asking me if I can make a mosaic for them. Well I would love to but unfortunately I just do not have the time! You know … full time job plus young children!
Anyways I now feature on my web site a mosaic artist who can make anything you want, from a small mosaic backsplash for your kitchen to a large mural. Her work is unique and beautiful. You can see what she does here Mosaic Commissions
I also added a FAQ mosaic question page. This page will get larger as I receive more questions. You can access the page here Mosaic FAQs
In the Tools section I am now featuring mosaic wet saws from the TOOL KING. Mosaic Wet saws
To come in the next months I will add more new projects.
Mosaic NewsHistoric mosaic uncovered at York's Guildhall. A piece of York’s hidden heritage is now being uncovered at one of the city’s oldest building.
The rediscovery of an old Victorian mosaic in the city Council’s current Guildhall headquarters is now being cleaned and restored.
The mosaic which bears the city’s coat of arms was covered up about 20 years ago with carpet tilling and is believed to date back from about 1890s.
The work will take about 3 weeks and when finished, visitors to the building will be able to walk across the ancient art work.
Click the following link to read the full York Press article. Historic mosaic uncovered at York's Guildhall
Special offersIf you participated in the Ring Of Fire Artist Challenge contest you can see the winning entries here and view all other entries.
And use this coupon to get 10$ off your first order at Delphi Glass.
Well that is it for this issue! Hope you have a great (what is left of it) summer!
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