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Creating Paths of Adorable Stone Footprints

Amazing Stoneprints Photography by Scotland based artist and photographer Iain Blake. More photography by Iain Blake after the jump.

Still Coloring Out Of The Lines: Art in the Garden

Lovely fun for my cat in the garden.A moon rock with fish.from: Fish painted on a slate rock.surrounded by river rock.cute for a small garden

trace de pas en galet Land art

Stone Footprints – Les empreintes de Iain Blake

path of stone footprints…i love collecting stones from the beach and now there is something cute I can do with them! What a fun project to do with kids path…

Ward's Island Community Pebble Mosaic Project: How to make a Pebble Mosaic

Ward's Island Community Pebble Mosaic Project: How to make a Pebble Mosaic by SAburns

Designs in nature geometric pebble pattern

Environmental artist/photographer Dietmar Voorwold, specializes in Land Art and has used pebbles to transform landscapes into works of art.

Could make something like this with cake pans, concrete and the rocks I have in the flower bed that I want to move?

River Rock Stepping Stones - totally do-able with a bag of river rocks and felt and my hot glue gun . no need to pay ten bucks a pop.SIDE NOTE- In HOT climates, hot glue melts away- just set rocks in cement

stone footprints - Iain Blake

Photos of Footprints Made From Different Sized Stones

Cute Stone Footprints series caught by scottish photographer Iain Blake

Resting Cat Stone

Resting Cat Stone

Project: adorable rock cat for the garden! But Dog instead of Cat!

#детское фото

Stone Footprints Love this collection of stone footprint photos. Such a sweet idea. Perfect for the edge of a raised garden.

Life Unexpected: DIY Stepping Stone Pathway

Sorry people! I've been a bit scarce around here. You see, when summer rolls around James and I get super busy with the kids…and after all….


This weekend we want to show you cute series of photos “Stone Footprints” created by photographer Iain Blake. Ian found a lot of smooth stones and pebbles and placed them in fun footprint patterns: five

Create feet with different sized pebbles. Guess I have to go collect pebbles now.

Next time we hit The Frio River this will be my kids' rock shape scavenger hunt project. It's usually to find a heart or fruit shaped rock but this idea is so cute!