Great Tutorial on This Old House for stone mosiacs.....easy to understand...wanna get my hands into it.
Love the rock wall, etc....
now this is a firepit! WOW!
Driveway - Simple Stonework Outside the garden, a small orchard of sour cherry, apricot, and plum trees is set in a checkerboard pattern with boxwood mounds. Added just last year, the trees already yield luscious fruit. To keep the squares tidy, Roger Griffith edged them with shallow, V-shaped trenches that prevent grass roots from crossing over.
Chart a New Path It's easy to create a walkway from your driveway or sidewalk to your front door. Use a garden hose as a guide for placement. Here, the curved path adds visual interest. Set brick or rocks alongside the hose. Use a yardstick to place the rocks for the other side of the path exactly 3 feet away, then fill the path with gravel or wood chips
Pretty stone path
Stones glued to felt = hot pad
Some of the tools and inks used by artist for painting and drawing on pebbles: Black Faber Castell Pitt artist pens, Staedtler 0.4 technical pen with white Staedtler ink, 00 synthetic Round brush with white Daler-Rowney acrylic ink or white Pergamano indelible drawing ink. pens, Staedtler 0.4 technical pen with white Staedtler ink, 00 synthetic Round brush with white Daler-Rowney acrylic ink or white Pergamano indelible drawing ink.