Stepping Stone / July 5, 2018 / Christine
The first option can be used to enhance an old fence added to the outside of your house or even as a free standing piece of artwork. Here is where it gets fun and creative you can make anything that you love. I personally love flowers and on my deck is a flower garden with some of them as tall as seven feet. I found the flower designs I wanted created a template out of paper traced around it onto MDF board (you can use 3/8 or ½ thick). You can also free hand a design remember the sky is the limit to what you create. Use a skill saw and cut out your design clean off the edges and remove any excess saw dust.
Another feature of a lighted stepping stone is the added sense of security. When people go away on vacation they can feel safer knowing the stepping stone will be turned on to signify that someone may be home even when they are not. This will also allow people to have some light when they return home at night. A lighted solar stepping stone has many purposes in addition to looking attractive. The bulbs inside do not need to be changed often and the stones can capture enough energy to last a few nights even if the sun did not come out that day.
The two types mostly used are Polyurethane and Plastic. Advantages of Polyurethane Molds are that it provides extremely high detail in your concrete mold product and are of the toughest material around. You can use Polyurethane Rubber concrete steppingstone molds a great number of times over the years and is great value for money. Its a sound investment. Plastic on the other hand my be the cheaper option for now but will cost you in the long run as it deteriorates rapidly with age handling and exposure to the elements. Making you own garden steppingstones with Polyurethane Rubber Stepping Stone Molds is by far a better option as to buying expensive steppingstones from the market which may discontinue at any time.