Made by Eileen Gallagher and Grandkids
During a homeschool art lesson for my grandkids (6&7), we used some leftover smooth air dry clay to make a mosaic. Someone had given me a bunch of tiny beads and they pressed them into the clay. I rolled out some clay in between two sheets of cling wrap, then cut to about 5” square. We used glue/ water combo to help the beads adhere. They took days to dry! They did warp a bit but we didn’t care! It was a fun project that really kept them engaged.
2 thoughts on “Children’s Mosaics”
Those are fun projects, delightful, happy, and creative. Great idea. I can see grandkids having a ball with this.
They really did a great job…something to be proud of
(I think I’d not have the patience to work with all the tiny beads!)