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    • Roberto Mulè

      What a cute idea positioning stones to make feet! I could totally see incorporating this sort of thing into a garden path or even concrete pavers (as long as all the stones are around the same thickness)... This is actually a photograph called Follow the Leader by Iain Blake, via 500px.#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

    • Gloria Barthel

      Stone footprints! They would look so cute in a garden!

    • Sammi Deppe

      Footprints! This is a cute idea:) Probably the next addition to my garden!

    • Meg Winter

      What a cute idea for a garden! foot prints

    • Melanie De Luca

      Rock Feet - fun beach craft! This would be fun for stepping stones in a garden, or embedded into a patio walkway. The link for this doesn't work.

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