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Posted: 05-Feb-2005, 09:47 AM
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I saw these in a magazine I get, and thought I'd share:


Celtic Stepping Stone

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Posted: 05-Feb-2005, 03:11 PM
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I think that would look lovley with this wink.gif

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yes those stepping stones would go great with the dragon. I love it! I should get you two to design my mothers garden. Lord knows you couldn't do any worse kid.gif


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Posted: 27-Feb-2005, 09:19 AM
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I just oredered 2 concrete molds. (1) flagstone-actually a 5 pc. set (2) paw print. Our school team is the lynx. They use the paw print on lots of things. My goal is to paint them the school colors and paint lynx on the toes and personalize them on the pad. Hopefully I can sell these. The flagstone is for myself. If it works out well I may sell these to. I have thought about making stepping stones, planters,tables, benches, etc. to sell. If it works out I can kiss the job good-bye. There is really nowhere around here to buy these kinda things. Nothing ventured, nothing gained. smile.gif


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Posted: 27-Mar-2005, 09:06 AM
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Started playing with the paw print mold. Learned not to use the quickrete. Too many rocks and too heavy. Poured one yesterday using sand mix. It is much smoother and not as heavy. Have to wait another 24 hrs. before I can take off the mold. Will use the first one to play with the paints. I am trying to decide what color to make the flagstone. The patio is reddish color(the pavers at Walmart) and the Celtic cross for the new flowerbed is gray. Decisions...Decisions.... unsure.gif
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QUOTE (valpal 59 @ 27-Mar-2005, 09:06 AM)
Started playing with the paw print mold. Learned not to use the quickrete. Too many rocks and too heavy. Poured one yesterday using sand mix. It is much smoother and not as heavy. Have to wait another 24 hrs. before I can take off the mold. Will use the first one to play with the paints. I am trying to decide what color to make the flagstone. The patio is reddish color(the pavers at Walmart) and the Celtic cross for the new flowerbed is gray. Decisions...Decisions.... unsure.gif

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I went with the red color on the flagstone. They turned out really well. I am going to set them out today. Will take a picture as soon as I get them out. Going to try to get the pawprint painted today. smile.gif
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