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    • marion haddad

      garden ideas. how to make a pebble mosaic

    • Leslie Mintzer

      how to make a pebble mosaic; Supplies You Will Need 1. Sand and scrap plywood to make a box in which to lay out the mosaic's design. (Or spread the sand on a plastic tarp.) 2. Mosaic stones. Choose flat pebbles or cobbles in colors you like. We used green and slate black from the Signature Stones collection at Stone Decorative 3. Paver base 4. Stone dust 5. Concrete mix, such as Quikrete. 6. Topping mix. Also known as sand mix, it's finer than concrete mix and contains no aggregate. Quikrete and other companies make it. You'll add it like grout between the joints after laying the stones. 7. Pavers, bricks, or bluestones to surround the mosaic and hold it in place. 8. Plastic tarp or sheeting Close

    • Jennifer Rocha

      How to Make a Pebble Mosaic | Step-by-Step | Patio | Yard & Garden | This Old House - 2

    • Kim Stene

      DIY garden mosaic of stone. Mark Powers making a test version of his pebble mosaic in a miniature sandbox

    • Luna Lemon

      River rock mosaic on this old house

    • Debbie Kirkpatrick

      Free Patterns Mosaic Stepping Stones | Lay Out the Mosaic | How to Make a Pebble Mosaic | This Old House

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