Tuesday, January 4, 2011

TILE ART

Hai this is my first post in this new year 2011.This art is done by the remaining mixture of the ceramic powder and white gum which was used in my Christmas wreath. Here I did a mirror work using that mixture. Its base is a tile.

 see the procedure here.

Apply fabric paint on the whole tile.

 This mixture is pasted by using white gum.  
 Then place mirror in the centre of that ball and press it by thumb finger.
 Do the same for ur whole chosed pattern 
 Glitter is used to embellish that work.  

42 comments:

Emil und die großen Schwestern said...

Lovely Idea!
Happy New Year!

Suztats said...

This is very nice!

Michelle L. said...

I LOVE THIS!!! What a fantastic project, I am going to steal your idea for some jewlery, I hope you don't mind. I always love your patterns, so pretty. Yay, a great craft to start off 2011!

Stranger said...

Very beautiful...

Swathi said...

Beautiful

Gloria said...

Very very nice MaNika. You do great work! Thanks for sharing.

Vicki said...

How creative and very pretty Manika! Happy New Year!

Candace & Nicole said...

Very beautiful! Where do you find white gum paste?

Julie (Legacy Crafter) said...

Very interesting mortar! Great design
Julie

kasthurirajam said...

thank u friends.White gum i used here is the FEVICOL which is available in any hardware,craft shop.

uma srinivasan said...

Nice work Kasturi,what you are going to do in this? wall hanging?

Anioły Anielki said...

dziękuję za odwiedzinki i pozdrawiam...

Elisa2011 said...

Bellissima, grazie per il tutorial.

Justyna (Sarmatix) said...

Thank you very much for your visit. You also display a very interesting work on your blog.
I send you a lot of greetings and wish you much luck in the New Year *** :-)

Its So Very Cheri said...

I am visiting from the CSI. I am enteries number 86, 87, 88 and 89.
I love chippy paint.

Wow-what an art form.

Cheri from www.itssoverycheri.com and www.thediyclub.com

ABily said...

Thx for visiting my blog I must admit yr 3d swan is brilliant work. M teenage nephew promised to make the same for me when Im visiting my home country next time. Till then greetings from Netherlands.ABily

HANNAH - UNE FEMME said...

Beautiful, dziekuje za wizytę.

Elaine Marrero said...

Olá
Obrigada pela visita e carinho
Seu trabalho esta lindo!
Parabéns

Ja nowa - milnova said...

Very creative :) I like it :)

lila Check said...

LOVE THIS!!! What a fantastic project,I eill try it too! Can i?
hugs
Lila

Thendral said...

It is very beautiful!

mustavcoffee said...

Pretty creation, lovely card, Happy New Year to you:0) xxx

Linda said...

Very creative and original.

Allison said...

Very nice! Great idea! Thanks so much for linking up to my Catch a Glimpse Party! Always nice to see a new face! :)

yileen said...

You are so creative!! Happy New Year!! :)

La Mañosa said...

Wow, you do some amazing work! The swan you made in a previous post is beautiful and I love the tile you made. Do you use your fingers to lay the mirrors on the gum or do you use a tool like tweezers?

Kakzakie said...

Hai Kasthuri,

Thank you being visit my blog.

Beautiful art comes from wonderful fingers!!

kasthurirajam said...

thank you friends.
manosa,i use only finfers to lay mirrors,did not use any tool

sonata anak kancil said...

good job!

Shannon said...

the colours and mediums you use are wonderful ... beautiful vibrant creations!

Lakshmi said...

easy, innovative , elegant work..

Faaein Himura said...

wah.. so nice.. beautiful.. i like.. =]

AllieMakes! said...

Very nice! I bet the kids would LOVE to do this too!
Thanks for linking up to Making It With Allie! I can't wait to see what you have for next week!
AllieMakes.Blogspot.com

Ann Martin said...

What a nice idea and the glitter adds the perfect finishing touch!

Homemade by Nancy said...

Very nice!!!

Haylee said...

Love the tile.

Brambleberry Cottage said...

Another beautiful project! Well done!

Thanks for linking to my party again. It's fun to see your creative projects each week.

Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage
http://thebrambleberrycottage.blogspot.com

Blissmade Designs said...

Your tile is amazing! Thanks for the tutorial!

Lau W said...

Really a nice creation, great work !

Sue said...

Just stunning so clever Luv Sue x

Leovi said...

Really beautiful, and thank you very much for the detailed exposition of the filmmaking process.

cate said...

Complimenti per tutte le tue creazioni! Sono fantastiche