I have been using No Days Mosaic Adhesive almost as long as it has been produced. Both Brad and Bart Streuter have always been available and willing to take the time to answer any questions I have ever had…This company is doing everything right!
| Fleur de Lis Glass on Glass (GOG) mosaic made in an 18″X20″ picture frame
using No Days Mosaic Adhesive and no grout.
As a stained glass artist and instructor for many years, I had never tried mosaics until Streuter introduced the No Days Mosaic Adhesive. It looked so easy, I had to try it….Then, I realized I could offer my students new projects using the product.
|I made this glass on glass hummingbird mosaic
using a stained glass pattern, and No Days Mosaic Adhesive.
Now, every summer at a local senior center, I offer a glass on glass mosaic workshop so the senior members can bring their grandchildren for a fun few hours of using their imaginations and producing a small framed mosaic to take home…
|I found this wooden cross at Hobby Lobby,
and I assembled it using No Days Groutless.
I also really like the No Days Bail Bond. I use it on small projects to attach a bail to hang instead of drilling a hole in the glass….works great!
|This mosaic rose was created by a teen in one of my mosaic classes using just scrap glass, her imagination, and No Days Groutless Mosaic Adhesive.|
I also use the No Days Glaze sometimes when attaching a zinc frame to my panels. I have even used it on a wooden frame…
|This is a little round box with a glass insert in the lid that I bought at a thrift store.
I used No Days Mosaic Adhesive, then grouted it.
|A small wooden tray I made using No Days Mosaic Adhesive.|