DIY Garden Stones in 3 Super Simple Steps

Introduction: DIY Garden Stones in 3 Super Simple Steps

About: Welcome to my profile! I am a 14 year old self-taught polymer clay artist that have been working with polymer clay for around 5 years now. I have learned a lot in the time I have been sculpting and hope to le…

These super easy and super fun to make garden stones will make a nice decoration for any garden! You need very little supplies, and any age can do it! So let's get started!

Supplies

Polymer clay (colors of your choice)
Small rolling pin
Glass pebbles (I got mine at a local Hobby Lobby for $4.00)
Tweezers

Step 1: Grab Your Clay!

To get started, grab your choice color of clay and roll it in a ball. Then you want to take your small rolling pin and gently roll it out until its a nice thick circle shape.

Step 2: Adding Your Design

Now all you need to do is add your design! Find a design you like online or you can draw one that you made up. Then just start adding your glass pebbles in the design you want into your clay. I found that it was easier to use to use tweezers to place the pebbles just where i wanted them.

Step 3: Bake It!

Next you bake it according to your packages instructions. Then once cooled. You can now add this to your garden! If you don't want to use these as a decoration for your garden, or you don't have one, you can always turn it in to a nice fridge magnet, or a key fob. Its all up to you!
Thank you so much for taking the time to read through my instructable. Thanks! God bless you!

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    2 Comments

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    FoodFairie
    FoodFairie

    7 months ago on Step 3

    Great job! I love your pictures... especially the tree trunk one

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    The clay Tortoise
    The clay Tortoise

    Reply 7 months ago

    Thank you! It usually takes me a while to get a good one!