Friday, October 19

Stacked Stone

I made some stones a while ago, planning to use them on the exterior of one of my buildings. I used handmade paper clay.

Today I set up a little rock quarry and went to work painting my stones. Casey makes stones with egg cartons and colors them with several different shade of paint. Thanks Casey for your great tips!

There is a place, called Pebble Junction, near where I used to live in Sanford Florida that sells an incredible variety of stone. If you want stone for your landscaping in Florida, you have to go buy it.

Here is my mini version of stacked stone for sale.

In Birmingham, there is stone everywhere. I'm going to go find some stones for the second section. I could buy some at Michaels, but I want real stones from Alabama.

I'm planning a short trip this weekend to gather some tiny rocks from the river at Peavine Falls in Oak Mountain State Park.

Hope you have a lovely day!


Giac said...

Hello Kathi,
I look forward to seeing the painted rocks. Have a good weekend trip.
Big hug,

Kathi said...

G - the painted rocks are in the pallet. :D

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Caseymini said...

You're welcome Kathi!

I love the idea. Your little cages of stone look very real!

Fabiola said...

A great idea!I like the rocks in the pallet.
Kiss Faby

maribel said...

Me encanta como te ha quedado pintado. Parece muy real.

Marisa said...

those stones are great, good luck finding some to fill the other side.

Marisa :)

Lucille said...

Your stones are very nice! I hope you will have favourable weather for your weekend excursion, Kathi! Take care!

Ilona said...

Great work, Kathi, love the rocks you've made!
Hugs, Ilona

Drora's minimundo said...

Kathi, your gardening center is becoming a masterpiece. So many creative ideas!
Hugs, Drora

onbeingaminimum said...

The wire stone baskets are so life like. Perfect scene.

Pepper said...

Hope you have a great weekend. Love the pallets loaded with goodies. Very clever =0)