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Stepping-stone paths.    Trace the stone    Place the flagstone where you want it, then cut the outline in the grass.  Remove the stone, then remove the sod and replace the stone.  Sounds simple enough...

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Trace the stone Place the flagstone where you want it, then cut the outline in the grass. Remove the stone, then remove the sod and replace the stone. Sounds simple enough.

How to Make Mosaic Garden Projects | Midwest Living ~ i see a whole kitchen counter top made like this.....

How to Make Mosaic Garden Projects

How to Make Mosaic Garden Projects Midwest Living ~ i see a whole kitchen counter top made like this.

Hand Painting Flowers & Fairies on Garden Rocks

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Brighten up a worn pathway with garden stones / blocks and Hand Paint or Stencil your Whimsical Designs on them. From Lin Wellford's Rock Painting

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DIY Garden Stepping Stones from Broken dishes - Excellent Tutorial on how to take broken dishes and create beautiful garden stones.

http://www.landscape-design-advice.com/stone-walkways.html An inexpensive stone walkwayr idea using geometric bluestones.

Inexpensive Stone Walkways and Types

Building rock tumblers is a project that can help children understand the geological process of the tumbling and smoothing of rocks in water bodies. A homemade rock tumbler is also a creative way of making polished rocks and stones for adornments. Read on to know how to build one at home.

Extremely Easy Instructions on How to Make a Rock Tumbler at Home

Building rock tumblers is a project that can help children understand the geological process of the tumbling and smoothing of rocks in water bodies. A homemade rock tumbler is also a creative way of making polished rocks and stones for adornments. Read on

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