Paddenstoelen mozaïeken

Mozaïeken is een leuk werkje en ook geschikt voor de wat jongere kinderen, want zodra je kunt plakken, kun je ook mozaïeken. 



  • Diverse formaten plastic schaaltjes of bordjes.
  • Flesjes of kleine vaasjes
  • Mozaïeksteentjes ( oude tegeltjes of oud servies kan ook). Koop bijvoorbeeld glasnuggets bij de Action, maar ook bij de aquariumafdeling van een tuincentrum kun je deze vinden. 
  • Tegelpasta
  • Verf ( ik heb betonverf van de Action gebruikt)
  • Sponsje
  • Voegmiddel van de bouwmarkt



 Beschilder de flesjes met behulp van een sponsje in een kleur naar keuze. Plak de mozaïeksteentjes met behulp van tegelpasta vast op het bord of kommetje. Zorg dat er overal genoeg ruimte is om te voegen.  Laat de paddenstoelen goed drogen. Zodra de lijm is gedroogd en de stenen niet meer verschuiven kan er gevoegd worden. Voeg de paddenstoelen zoals aangegeven op de verpakking van het voegmiddel. Wanneer je het voegmiddel net iets dikker maakt gaat ht voegen bij de ronde kommetjes beter.  Plak de "hoedjes" vast aan de stelen.


Gebruik Glow in the dark stenen als stippen, voor extra leuk effect in het donker. 

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