Robin - your friendly garden bird

About the kits.

This kit was designed by UK ceramic and mosaic artist Anne Cardwell, who has been working in collaboration with and supplying The Craft Kit for many years. Kits are a perfect way to inspire - try out mosaic art and discover the joy and pleasure of creating pictures and pattern with tiles. 

Byzantine soft tiles have been chosen for their delightful range of colours as well as their ease of use. They break easily and accurately using the inexpensive mini nippers (supplied) and are easy for just about anyone to use. The tiles are teamed with Anne's handmade ceramic pieces, which allows you to create a small work of art in a very manageable amount of time, about 1-3 hours depending on the kit. 

The tiles are placed really close together meaning they don't need grouted, this eliminates a procedure that sometimes puts people off trying mosaic for the first time, so it's a perfect entry level mosaic course.  The kit is also great for groups, as they can be completed in just a couple of hours, perfect for a relaxed get together with creative friends.

The easy lessons teach a good foundation of mosaic principles that will encourage more ambitious project in the future. 

These are the online instructions for a friendly robin mosaic - surely the most loved garden bird. 

With these easy soft tiles and a quick design, this is the very easiest way to try out a mosaic project.  Encouraged, the next project will surely follow quickly afterwards! 

The robin is a very popular kit, with a rewarding and pretty result. 

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Once you've enrolled and paid, you'll have access to the course material for as long as you need. So devour it all in one weekend or take things slow. It's your choice!

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