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  • Cindy Comer-Eissler

    I will make river rock mats for my porches. Glue Gun, Scissors, River Rocks at the dollar store! and Shelf Liner (or mat) in a matching color. Cute idea. Love this

  • Jean Luchtefeld

    River Rock Craft Ideas

  • Stephanie Sanderson

    Glue Gun, Scissors, River Rocks at the dollar Store! and Shelf Liner (or mat) in a matching color. Oh my goodness, I LOVE this. Perfect for the back door and the front door!

  • Sarah Pope

    Glue Gun, Scissors, River Rocks at the dollar Store! and Shelf Liner (or mat) in a matching color. Front or back door mat idea.

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