Hi everybody! I haven't had a project in about 6 months, but a friend gave me a small broken china bowl and asked if I wanted to do 'something' with it. Using thinset, I glued a chunk of it onto a wood frame and now wonder how strong it is. You can barely see in the first photo that only the right and left edges are attached. The frame is primed with Kilz and is about 8" square. I will insert a mirror for hanging.
In the garden panel I did last year, I used thinset to attach beads, 1/2 clay pots, and glass globs but there was more surface area to work with. Here, I was only able to glue 2 thin edges. So, my question is, has anyone had good (or bad) experience with gluing or attaching objects that aren't flat?