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You can use a purchased mold, a pizza box, or make a mold with pieces of lumber cut to size. For this stone, I made an octagonal mold from cardboard, then lined it with a piece cut from a plastic grocery bag. This way supply costs are minimal! The letters can be left in, or removed to give an engraved look.
By Creativeman from Chatsworth, CA
Hi, Your stepping stone is really beautiful. What is a hotwire machine? Also, what are you gluing the pieces too. Thanks,
Stir up your own cement and add seashells, broken pottery, and glass to create a colourful stepping-stone for the gardener on your Christmas list.
Give your completed stepping-stone to your favorite gardener!
MY DAUGHTER DID A STEPPING STONE FOR ME ONE YEAR AND USED PICTURES FROM WHEN SHE WAS LITTLE ON IT. IT IS ONE OF MY MOST CHERISHED GIFTS