Create a Pebble Mosaic - FineGardening
The potential applications of pebble mosaic are amazingly diverse, the materials are relatively inexpensive, and the results can be spectacular. I’ve used this medium to craft stepping stones, pathways, patios, walls, steps, ponds, fountains, and edging strips for lawns.
Inspiration comes in many forms - Debra Prinzing
The other day, while talking with my friend Lorene (one of the most creative people I have known since we were college classmates together), I described some of the cool design ideas I’ve spotted in the past few weeks. My own enthusiasm for all this visual stimulation made me realize my “list” could be a blog post […]
Outdoor ‘Rugs’ That Literally Rock
Having lived in the Midwest for most of my life, I’ve always had a different view of outdoor decorations and furniture than most people. There’s rain, wind, elements — it’s not a sunny California hide away that seems unscathed by nature. The idea of putting a rug outside hasn’t really crossed my mind for more than a few seconds. But what if I made one from something more durable instead?
Inspiring Creativity: Painted Rocks! | Just Imagine - Daily Dose of Creativity
Painted Rocks have always been my favorite type of arts and crafts! They are so cute and adorable, and materials are so cheap , so you can explore your creativity whole day , playing with stones and
Yard Project in 2005 -- img0673
Entry walk and entry gate I designed and built for a home in Arroyo Grande, California, in 2005. These rocks mostly came from beaches in southern Oregon. and these basically are their natural colors. But I wet them down before taking this picture to show the colors better and my digital camera added a bit too much saturation. So in real life these are the actual colors but just not so bright.