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Trip Around the World Mug Mat in Red and Periwinkle

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Colorful rich red and periwinkle blue glass squares make this coaster for resting your coffee cup or mug of tea. Sealed for water and stain resistance with a 6x6 inch rosewood stained frame with 4 little rubber pads to protect your desk or table, or display on your kitchen wall with the keyhole hanger on the back. Inspired by the traditional Sunshine and Shadow quilt block, this is a great gift for quilters.

Margaret Almon of Nutmeg Designs has created eye catching glass mosaics in all the colors of the rainbow. Delighting the soul of thousands of customers has been the result. Packaged with the care and delivered by way of USPS Priority Mail. Order your one of a kind mug mat today and you will be enjoying the compliments created by this joyful mosaic.

"Fast shipping, excellent craftsmanship, nice design. Would highly recommend to others looking for a unique well-made gift." --srmukher

Meet the owners of nutmegdesigns

Learn more about their shop and process
Margaret Almon
Wayne Stratz

Frequently asked questions about nutmegdesigns

Tell us in the Notes field in the cart. We always check in to confirm your colors and numbers before we begin.
Yes. We use slate as the base, waterproof glue and seal the grout for stain resistance. We advise using anchor screws to fasten securely to your house.
We are glad to create custom work. Please send a convo through Etsy we will give you a quote, and then create a custom listing for you on Etsy.
We have many more photos of house numbers, words and milestone gifts at our Nutmeg Designs Flickr site: https://www.flickr.com/photos/nutmegdesigns/
Use stainless steel or brass screws, designed for your cladding. Masonry requires anchors.

Place plaque at the level you wish to see it, and mark inside the holes with a pencil where you plan to drill.

Drill pilot holes, and insert anchors(if masonry), then line your plaque’s predrilled holes with the pilot ones, and insert screws, hand tightening just until snug, and taking care not to put pressure on the slate. Rubber washers may be used to help cushion the contact points.

Consult your local hardware store for guidance regarding type of screws, drill bits and rubber washers.
House Numbers are 6-8 weeks turnaround.

After receiving your order, we put it on our studio whiteboard. When you are close to the top of the queue, we check in to confirm colors and numbers. In the meantime, you are welcome to ask any questions or send photos of your house or color names.

Wayne designs and cuts the numbers, glues them to slate, and then hands it over to Margaret for the background.

Margaret glues as she goes, gauging how each piece relates to the next, then comes grouting, sealing, and cleaning. Each sign is cocooned in bubblewrap and cardboard before putting in another box for extra cushioning.

We ship by USPS Priority Mail within the US and to Canada.

Trip Around the World Mug Mat in Red and Periwinkle

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