Communities throughout the district have taken the projects to their hearts with five pieces of art having been worked on – one for each of the locations that are on the Torch map.
The project has been so successful that three days of mosaic-making at Ayscoughfee Hall Museum, on 27th, 28th and 29th June, have been cancelled next week because there is no more work the public can do.
South Holland District Council has commissioned mosaic artist Fiona Gurney to lead the project. She has worked with art and design students from University Academy Holbeach to design the mosaics.
Fiona said: "I've been overwhelmed by the response to the project with more than 800 people taking part in five weeks of open workshops. Ages have ranged from 2 to 92 and some enthusiastic volunteers have come to several sessions.
"I'd like to thank the communities, including all the students, schools, church wardens and community hall volunteers who have been so welcoming and collaborated to make art that I am very proud to be part of."
The Torch Relay will cut through South Holland on 4th July when the London 2012 Olympic roadshow makes its way through Spalding, Moulton, Whaplode, Holbeach and Long Sutton.
The mosaics have been created out of coloured broken tiles, which contributors have glued, leaving Fiona the task of grouting the finished pieces.
Councillor Nick Worth, Executive Member for Community Development, said:
"The Torch's arrival in our district will be a truly historic and memorable occasion and these five mosaics will be a treasured record of the day the Olympics came to South Holland."
The mosaics will first go on public display at All Saints Church, Holbeach from 12noon on 4th July for up to a week before final decisions will be made on where they will be put on show permanently.