Ever wanted to have a pebble mosaic stepping stone in your garden? This beautiful collection of Jeffrey Bale’s stepping stones will make you want to do this as your very next DIY project!
There’s no doubt that these beautiful and detailed stepping stones require hard work. It includes tedious tasks and attention to detail, but anybody with the right amount of patience can definitely DIY their own mosaic stepping stones. You don’t need any special tools nor skills!
Because of the numerous people wanting to learn how to do this garden project, Jeffrey Bale decided to share a detailed article about building a pebble mosaic stepping stone. It discusses the entire process from start to finish with the appropriate materials to use. It also includes important points to make sure your stepping stones come out as you want them to be!
View the album of his amazing pebble mosaic stepping stones and get the link to the step-by-step guide below! 🙂
Is this going to be your next big project?
You’ll need these materials:
- 2 Plywood
- 2×4 Timber Frame
- Type S Mortar
- 2 1/2″ long Screws
- Rolled Flexible Lawn Edging (optional; for rounded corners)
- 3/8th or 1/2″ Rebar (for reinforcement)
- Garden Hose (with squeeze handle spray nozzle)
- Dust Mask
- Rubber Gloves
- 5-Gallon Bucket (with water)
- Muriatic Acid
And these tools:
- Framing Square
- Contractors Wheel Barrow and Garden Hoe
- Flat Screwdriver
- Nylon Bristle Brush
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Thanks to Jeffrey Bale’s World of Gardens for this great project. You can get step-by-step instructions here…