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    Garden...stepping stones

    Garden...stepping stones

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    Tutorial on how to take broken dishes and create beautiful garden stones.

    From Oops to Ahhh! | Over The Big Moon

    cement stain (Smith's Color Floor comes in bright primary and secondary colors)

    Colorful garden stepping stones : Staining

    Cement Stepping Stones= cereal boxes+quick drying cement+glass stones. Brillant!!

    Kids Home Made Arts and Crafts by Pink and Geen Mama

    Can't wear them but can walk on them!

    Water Candy: September 2010

    DIY CONCRETE: STEPPING STONE FOSSIL. In this Instructable you'll learn a very quick and easy way to make your own concrete fossil (leaf impression).

    DIY CONCRETE:: Stepping Stone Fossil

    Stepping Stones

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    homemade stepping stones

    Homemade Stepping Stones

    Cement leaf garden project

    Large Leaf-Shaped Garden Stepping Stone Photo

    DIY stepping stones

    Funky Dreams Art Studio - Projects

    David Chidgey

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    Styrofoam insert and quickcrete...

    Decorative Concrete Table Top | Be the Pro

    DIY Stepping Stones

    How to Make Stepping Stones - with a Cake Pan

    Tips for concrete stepping stones

    Homemade Stepping Stone Concrete Tips

    hypertufa balls - these are quirky and fun.... ♥

    non-secateur: June 2011

    "pavers with personality" ~ made with found objects: glass, shell, stone, pottery

    Pavers With Personality

    Use bottle bottoms as pavers!

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    Easy Stepping Stones tutorial

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    Mesh mosaic

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    Stepping stones with broken china

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    Gecko Patterns

    Flickriver: Most interesting photos from mosaic Lizards pool

    Mezzo Luna Mosaics - Custom Mosaics, Mosaic Mirrors, Plaques, Candleholders, and Table & Bar Tops

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    Blue Conversation Stone by Fiddlekate (Katie Waller), via Flickr The idea was to put in things: coins, jewelry, shells, keys, broken plates, etc. that might be interesting or family specific so that children and grandchildren will enjoy looking at them at talking with you/me :) about what all of the things are.

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