We have teamed up with Tulsa Stained Glass (TSG) to offer a one-of-a-kind framed mosaic paw print ready-to-assemble activity kit.
TSG craft mosaic kits have nearly 100 pieces of glass in varying shapes and sizes. Each piece of glass in the kit is unique, so your work of art will be too.
The kits come with everything needed and prepped to begin your mosaic, including tile, instructions, stencil, glue, cotton swabs and frame. There is no grouting or glass cutting involved. Kits are $39.
This kit’s difficulty level is appropriate for older children, but it is important to note that glass pieces are small and could be sharp. Estimated time of completion is 3-4 hours.
ORDER YOUR FRAMED PAW PRINT MOSAIC KIT
Complete the below order form (including payment) and notate whether you prefer green (pictured above), blue, pink or patriotic tile for the background color. Paw print is black with brown outline for all background colors.
Sales end Thursday, July 2. Last day for pick up is Friday, July 3.
ORDER & PICK UP: Once your payment has been processed, your kit will be available for pick up at Tulsa Stained Glass, 4131 S. Sheridan Rd., Tulsa, OK 74145 in 2-3 business days (closed Sundays). TSG is open Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. You will receive a phone call or email when your order is ready to be picked up.
Kits can also be ordered in person at TSG during business hours.
If you do not complete the payment portion, your mosaic kit order will not be processed.
COST: Each kit costs $39. $10 from each kit’s sale will go to Oklahoma Alliance for Animals.
SHIPPING: If you would like your order shipped to you, there is an additional $15 charge to cover shipping.
Blue, pink and patriotic background tile options shown below.
GET CREATIVE: While the kit comes with a white background behind your mosaic, get creative and mix and match paper, add letters, pictures, stickers, knick knacks or more. The sky is the limit. Here’s some examples of a “jazzed up” final project for OAA foster dog “Jughead” Jake.
Kits are still available by calling Tulsa Stained Glass.