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    • Jenny Virdell

      DIY pebble mat ~ rock craft great gift idea.. Mod podge to make stones glossy and waterproof

    • Becca Loy

      River rock crafting

    • Wildbby

      DIY pebble mat ~ great gift idea! I want to make one for the front door!

    • Johanna Olson

      Stone Mats?? Table Runner?? Floral??

    • Morgan Long

      DIY: Rock place mats, table runners and hot pads.

    • Michelle Kramer

      DIY Pebble Mat. For in/outdoors Pebble mats can be made into table runners, place mats, trivets, doormats, etc. The possibilities are endless. Step-by-step instructions. If a pebble comes loose (which will happen occasionally) just hot glue it back in place.

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    DIY river rock mat: River Rock, liquid nails and a cheap door mat. I did this- love this project. I've made two so far. I finished it off with a sealer to give the rocks some shine, can't remember if that was in the directions or not.

    kinda of like your tractors! when your done you should take a picture of them and post it on pintrest! i bet it would spread fast :)

    12x12 stone tiles from any home improvement store complete this contemporary look

    Glue stone to a mat for a table runner, door mat, trivet, ect.

    Con esta alfombrilla tendrás las bienvenidas más originales a tu casa, ¿Te atreves?

    Nothing says Welcome Home like a homemade welcome mat! We've made a lot of painted rugs over the years, but I'm happy to report that this is our easiest and most durable version yet. I found this textured rug at Target and decided to try using porch paint instead of spray paint.