This polymer clay mosaic pin from California’s Ann and Karen Mitchell (AnKara) continues our mosaic conversation. (I found the piece at last year’s Ravensdale conference.)

Take a look at the mosaic necklace on their site as well. They detail their technique in their liquid polymer clay book.

If you’re thinking about mosaics, you must stop by Laurie Mika’s site as well. It’s full of inspiration with tiles applied to tables, shrines, mirrors and wall art.

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  • reply Mandy` ,

    This is such a coincidence! Last week I ran into Lauren’s website again and decided to give the mosaics a go. I created two small mixed media collages and posted them on my website just today. Funny that you should log about polymer clay mosaics…I guess them lil’ pieces of clay were drifting in the air!

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