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10" Stepping Stone Kits (Heart, Summer, Butterfly, Welcome)

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Michaels has 10" Stepping Stone Kits on sale for $9.99. Select free curbside pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free with $59+ orders.

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  • It's fun and easy to create a colorful stepping stone. Just mix, pour and decorate! Soon you will have a pretty stone that you will be proud to present as a gift or to place in your own garden.

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    • This deal price is $10 lower (50% savings) than the regular price of $19.99.
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    • If your Michaels.com purchase does not meet your satisfaction, you may return it within two months (60 days) of purchase. To return an item (excluding sample products), the item must be new, unused and in its original packaging. You may return the item to a Michaels store or by mail.
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Michaels [michaels.com] has 10" Stepping Stone Kits on sale for $9.99. Select free curbside pickup where available; otherwise, shipping is free with $59+ orders.

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  • This deal price is $10 lower (50% savings) than the regular price of $19.99.
  • These stepping stones might make great Mother's Day presents.
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But fbook tells me that wearing a mask is living in fear...
Definitely you do when mixing the cement, that dust is no joke! Usually I have the kids clear out till the concrete is poured and then bring them back to push the mosaic tiles in. Another pro-tip, if you lay out your design on paper or a table beforehand, it's a lot easier than trying to do it on the fly in drying cement!

I'm in for a few! The shape is more important than the design, as you can find design templates all over the Internet, but getting a variety of shapes is fun. We have made several that have been out in the yard in every season for several years and they hold up great to foot traffic as well. They are awesome Mother's Day gifts for anyone with a yard!

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WARNING: Contains Calcium Oxide, Sulphur Trioxide and Silica. Contact may cause permanent eye damage. May be harmful by breathing dusts.

Guess you need to wear safety goggles and a mask.
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Guess you need to wear safety goggles and a mask.
But fbook tells me that wearing a mask is living in fear...
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WARNING: Contains Calcium Oxide, Sulphur Trioxide and Silica. Contact may cause permanent eye damage. May be harmful by breathing dusts.

Guess you need to wear safety goggles and a mask.
Definitely you do when mixing the cement, that dust is no joke! Usually I have the kids clear out till the concrete is poured and then bring them back to push the mosaic tiles in. Another pro-tip, if you lay out your design on paper or a table beforehand, it's a lot easier than trying to do it on the fly in drying cement!

I'm in for a few! The shape is more important than the design, as you can find design templates all over the Internet, but getting a variety of shapes is fun. We have made several that have been out in the yard in every season for several years and they hold up great to foot traffic as well. They are awesome Mother's Day gifts for anyone with a yard!
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Quote from Jelka :
Definitely you do when mixing the cement, that dust is no joke! Usually I have the kids clear out till the concrete is poured and then bring them back to push the mosaic tiles in. Another pro-tip, if you lay out your design on paper or a table beforehand, it's a lot easier than trying to do it on the fly in drying cement!

I'm in for a few! The shape is more important than the design, as you can find design templates all over the Internet, but getting a variety of shapes is fun. We have made several that have been out in the yard in every season for several years and they hold up great to foot traffic as well. They are awesome Mother's Day gifts for anyone with a yard!
Thanks for the helpful tips! Smilie
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Quote from Jelka :
Definitely you do when mixing the cement, that dust is no joke! Usually I have the kids clear out till the concrete is poured and then bring them back to push the mosaic tiles in. Another pro-tip, if you lay out your design on paper or a table beforehand, it's a lot easier than trying to do it on the fly in drying cement!

I'm in for a few! The shape is more important than the design, as you can find design templates all over the Internet, but getting a variety of shapes is fun. We have made several that have been out in the yard in every season for several years and they hold up great to foot traffic as well. They are awesome Mother's Day gifts for anyone with a yard!
Thanks. Is this a good price for what it is? Never tried something like this, maybe the kiddo would like to try now that we are building a patio and focusing on the backyard. Is 3yo too young to participate in it assisted by parents?
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Thanks. Is this a good price for what it is? Never tried something like this, maybe the kiddo would like to try now that we are building a patio and focusing on the backyard. Is 3yo too young to participate in it assisted by parents?
I did these with my kids when they were that age. With lots of adult supervision and help, they should be able to do this.
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thanks OP
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