Stepping Stone / July 5, 2018 / Christine
When using shaped objects (such as pebbles) where you dont want them buried in the concrete but would like an even surface after placing them on top of the stone cover with a piece of wood larger than the stone and press evenly. It may take a few tries to figure out the right pressure but the professional look will add to its attractiveness. Besides pathways your garden stepping stones can be used as points for a sundial to ring a tree as wall or raised bed decorations even tabletops or to line small pools and fountains.
Garden statues and stepping stones can do a whole lot to your backyard space or your garden. When planning a garden or landscaping makeover consider using garden stones and statues. They come in many different forms shapes sizes and colors. Here you will learn of different kinds of garden statues and ways to incorporate those and garden stones in your garden or backyard to enhance your lawn décor overnight. Some popular garden statues you see are garden gnomes. Many gnomes are silly little old men doing things such as mowing the lawn sleeping in the grass while while working or holding their grandbaby in his arms. Garden gnomes are a great way to add some color and humor.
The kids will enjoy comparing their hands and feet to their parents as they grow and the parents will cherish the memories the little prints will hold of childhood for many years to come. The easiest way to craft stepping stones is to make them using a method called the Stone Topper. If you have never made a mosaic stepping stone or are looking for a quick and inexpensive way of crafting a number of stones this method is perfect. No molds no expensive kits little mess and you probably have most of the needed materials on hand.