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I saw this in a garden in San Francisco and I decided I wanted one! This is a really easy 3 step instructable.
collect some stones long and thin, and one bigger. glue the little stones perpendicular to the big one, like in the photo.
make 2 little dots on each stone with white waterproof paint
make 2 little dots on each stone with black waterproof paint
this thing look really nice in the garden
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Hi. Thank you for great idea I changed it a little but it was a perfect gift for my sister. I added a "grass" and used gypsum to "glue" it because I didn't have so powerful glue at home. (please excuse my english) :)
That's too cute, I like how you made the hair!
Thanks for posting the photo
These things are totally stinkin' adorable!!! LOL!I can just appreciate creating them, not even related to a garden!! They are just adorable! Did you paint the rocks so they would be almost exactly alike? Do you create any of them with the "concrete looking" mixture? If so does it work well?! If not why not??!! LOL! I am going to totally love being at your site and enjoying the items that I've just seen today since I just located your site! Thanks SO much for sharing these and the other items I've seen. These are just precious!! Thanks Again! I can't wait to stock up on items needed and get busy creating!! Thanks so much for sharing your wonderful talent and the incredible gift of creating such adorable items!
No I didn't paint them, they are natural as I found them.
Thank you for the compliment!
They are SO adorable you definitely deserve a compliment! They are just adorable!! I giggled like crazy when I first saw them! Being that I live in the mountains of VA I do not anticipate finding any rocks like they're made of. I don't know what's out there!! I've not had a need to go out picking up rocks!! LOL! There is NO TELLING what I'll end up with when I go "hunting"!! I LOVE your site!!
On finding your site....I began at Pinterest. They always "kidnap me" and I end up with about 20 or so Internet Explorers open and a massive number of things to save! It happens every time I go to Pinterest which is quite often. I receive notices that people have gone to things I have on Pinterest and I go there and THAT is all it takes! LOL! That is ALL it takes. Then ~ I consider myself "MIA" for any friends, any chat and even no Blitz Bingo and THAT takes a lot!! You will see a lot of me!! I have fallen in love with your site. Thank you SO much for sharing SO MANY topics of crafts in your massive number of choice and over such an incredible period of time. I cannot imagine needing anywhere else to go to find any topic that I would want to check out because you have way more than I ever thought in one location. Thank You SO Much!! You'll see more of me! (That can be good AND bad!!!)
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That is super cool! I want one! I'll make one! ^_^
pretty dang cute..They Rock
Hola,,,por favor me podrías decir con que material pegas las piedras pequeñas, las pintadas con los ojos ,,,a la piedra grande,,,no se si es cemento, arzilla, o otro preparado especial,,he probado de pegarlas con pega,,pero no se me pegan ,,no consigo que se mantengan derechas...te agracedecia me contestaras ya que ya las tengo todas pintadas y no logro terminarlo por la cuestion de como las pego,,,gracias emi
Creo que he utilizado un pegamento para piedra, Pattex marca.
También puede utilizar silicona o pegamento del azulejo.
Si usted va a una ferretería puedes pedir consejo a su compromiso ...
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