Paint Your Own Stepping Stones Are Perfect Addition to Spring Garden #GiftsforDad18

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Spring is that wonderful time of year when the snow and ice have melted away, new blooms are sprouting and my garden is getting its annual, seasonal makeover. For a fresh, new looking, we are combining our love of art with our love of the outdoors with these “Paint Your Own” Stepping Stones from Mindware.

More about these Stepping Stone:

These all-weather stepping stone is ready to paint right out of the box, letting you skip messy cement-mixing and get right to the fun part: decorating and personalizing! A dozen vibrant paints allow for endless creativity—mix, blend and add custom color accents. Once painted, bake the stone in your oven for a long-lasting, weather-resistant finish. Display one stepping stone or make a whole pathway to transform your garden, backyard or patio! Each kit includes a 10″ x 9″ cement stepping stone, 12 paints, a paint brush and instructions including a color planning template. Set of 6 includes: Bee, Flower, Mosaic Circle, Butterfly, Snail and Turtle.

Creating is the real joy in these stones. Simply open up the kit, lay down some protective paper to assure you don’t get a mess on your table or counter surface and let the colorful fun begin. We started with the flower because that is the perfect way to start the Spring season off.You can use the template pattern of colors that come with the stone or let your creative juices flow and paint what your desired color scheme is. We did stick to the pattern a bit, and used the smaller features in the center and surrounding the petals to give a different look.Once the piece is completed, bake it in the oven to keep the colors bright and relevant and withstand the weather. I love the stepping stones collection as they are really heavy, durable and a craft project that kids and parents can enjoy together.  We have had such a fun and amazing time creating and painting our stones for our front flower garden. The colors truly are vibrant, bright and make a wonderful, eye-appealing draw to anyone that admires the garden.

Looking to get dad involved this Father’s Day? Pick up the 6-piece stepping stones set that has shapes for every member of the family.

Stay connected socially with Mindware for all of their craft information and indoor/outdoor ideas for the entire family.

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Comments

  1. Susan Cherry says

    My granddaughters LOVED painting these yesterday. How long and at what temperature do I need to bake them – I have 4. Assume I also need to bake 1 at the time but would like to know how long and the oven temperature.

  2. Ashley Chassereau Parks says

    This turned out so pretty! I love the sparkly look it has… I’ll bet that shine in the sunlight! I know my girls would love to make something like this and I think it would look so cute in our garden!

  3. I love these! They look so easy and fun. I’m going to try these for sure.

  4. Such a fun craft for all ages! Why I like it so much, my kids and I can all get into this.

  5. Virginia H says

    This would be a fun project for my twin girls and their dad. Thanks for the idea. I love the pictures of the ones completed. Beautiful stepping stones.

  6. Mia Rose says

    It would be very neat to have one of each of these kits. They are all so neat it is hard to decide which would be the most fun.

  7. Dana Rodriguez says

    Fun craft to add some bright color to your yard. Nice review. Looks like you all had fun!

  8. Irene Menge says

    It would be fun if they made things like small garden ornaments to paint, too. Like frogs, gnomes, dinosaurs, etc.

  9. Maryann D. says

    This would be a fun and creative project to do with my daughter. We would enjoy it.

  10. Irene Menge says

    Fun way to showcase my grandkids’ creativity. I know my son would love to receive them.

  11. What a great and creative way to individualize the garden with the children’s or adult creativity.
    A special item for a gardener as a gift.

  12. Dana Rodriguez says

    This would be so much fun to do as a family! Mindware has so many fun ideas!

  13. Mia Rose says

    These look so durable that I could keep them in my yard for many years and enjoy the memory of making them.

  14. Michelle Bartley says

    My Granddaughter could put them in her garden!

  15. Irene Menge says

    The trick would be to find enough newspapers to cover the table top. My grandchildren are not the neatest kids in the world and I wouldn’t want to nag them about not making a mess when the project is about having fun.

  16. Dana Rodriguez says

    I think these would be pretty around our flower bed!

  17. Maryann D. says

    These Stepping Stone would make a lovely gift for anyone’s garden. They are so pretty.

  18. Dana Rodriguez says

    It is so rainy and dreary here today. This would be perfect to work on!

  19. Irene Menge says

    I do hope the paint is durable. My grandchildren would be very disappointed if it wore off too quickly.

  20. Maryann D. says

    I would love to relax and be creative. It would be so much fun to paint one of these stones.

  21. Jessica Davis says

    These are absolutely too cute & such great memorabilia to put in your walking way or myself would put it in my garden that I spend lots of time in!!

  22. Linda Manns Linneman says

    I shared this article with my grandchildren. They are so excited to do this and have them displayed in our yard. Thank you again for sharing

  23. Marcia Grubb says

    Great project for the grandkids, there all here this summer!!

  24. Mia Egan says

    Its great to have a kit like this that has everything supplied with easy to follow directions. Perfect DIY for the garden.

  25. Dana Rodriguez says

    I think this would be a fun project for all ages. So cute!

  26. Maryann D. says

    Any of these stones would brighten up any garden or yard!

  27. Irene Menge says

    An excellent project to keep the kids occupied on a rainy day.

  28. Mia Egan says

    I like all of the templates but the turtle one is especially cute.

  29. My kids would have so much fun with these.

  30. Maryann D. says

    I would really like the Butterfly Stepping Stone. It would be lovely in my yard.

  31. Irene Menge says

    If my grandchildren and I were in the middle of this project, had finished painting and were baking the stones, it would be incredibly amusing if my son came home from work early. The first place he goes is the kitchen and, if he saw that the oven was on, he’d definitely check to see what was cooking. he’d be stupefied to see concrete baking.

  32. Linda Manns Linneman says

    These are so pretty. They sound like so much fun to get creative with. My grandchildren will love doing this with me

  33. Sarah Kurtz says

    I absolutely love this idea for a gift for mother’s day or grandparents day… Maybe even a teacher.

  34. PattiAnn Green says

    I just love this! My niece and I love our arts and crafts days. She would be over the moon with this!!

  35. Dana Rodriguez says

    This would be a great craft for a rainy day!

  36. Irene Menge says

    I love the range of colors. We could really get creative.

  37. These are so cute! Good summertime activity.

  38. Maryann D. says

    I would love to make a flower garden. These stones would be lovely to put there.

  39. Mia Egan says

    Its fun to decorate with hand made diy crafts around the yard. Gives it such a personal feel.

  40. This is a cute project. It would make a great gift for yourself or someone else!

  41. Dana Rodriguez says

    These would look really pretty around our flower garden.

  42. Irene Menge says

    A fun project for a rainy day. Let’s get creative!

  43. Kim Avery says

    I would love to paint these with my grandchildren! A fun bonding experience to look back on or even make it a summer tradition!

  44. Dana Rodriguez says

    I like the nice assortment of colors they give you to choose from to paint with.

  45. Maryann D. says

    These Stepping Stones would make a lovely and personalized gift. I would love to receive these.

  46. Irene Menge says

    A fun project we can all enjoy;

  47. Barbara Mayes says

    I would have to put them in our back yard. I have the perfect spot! My granddaughter and I love painting rocks and leaving them for others to find. This would be a fun project for us both!

  48. Phyllis A Huebbe says

    I love this giveaway, my granddaughter would love to paint these for her family.

  49. Maryann D. says

    My daughter would really enjoy painting these stones. They are all lovely and colorful.

  50. Irene Menge says

    My grandkids would love to paint these stepping stones and give them to their Dad (my son) for Father’s Day. A lovely way to embellish his garden.

  51. Irene Menge says

    My grandkids would love to paint these and give them to their Dad (my son) for Father’s Day. A nice embellishment for his garden.

  52. These are nice. Already made up, so you only need to paint. Mixing the cement, smoothing it, and getting it laid right is the hard part of stepping stones. Painting is the fun part. They are relaxing and exhilarating to work on.

  53. Vickie Kulp says

    This is a great craft for young children or adults!

  54. JENNIFER PELLICONE says

    These stepping stones are so user friendly! We’re going to reall enjoy this project!

  55. Mia Egan says

    The flower is so perfectly painted with such rich and vibrant colors. it would be such a wonderful addition to brighten up a garden.

  56. Lesley F says

    This would be so much fun to do with my granddaughter. She would love to put this in our garden!

  57. Maryann D. says

    I love the colors in the photos. This looks so relaxing to paint and the results are wonderful.

  58. Irene Menge says

    These stepping stones are a wonderful way for my grandkids to be creative and to feel as though they are contributing to the beautification of the backyard garden.

  59. Debbie Welchert says

    These are so cool. My grandchildren would have so much fun painting them so they could go put them out in my flower garden.

  60. Dana Rodriguez says

    This looks like it would be a fun craft and functional as well. Very pretty!

  61. monique s says

    I think the creative stuff is great for growing minds and a fun keepsake for grandma and grandpa too

  62. Bonnie Lee says

    This is such a cute idea! Not only is it crafty, but it is something that can bring back memories every time they are seen. This would look so cute in any garden!

  63. Gina Ferrell says

    This is such a cute fun thing to do during the summer for the kids. I love these stepping stones and they would be great in my backyard by my back patio.

  64. Donna L Holder says

    If I won these great stones I would give them to my mom. She would put them around her garden.

  65. Lauryn R says

    This would be so fun to do, especially with the kids! I would definitely put them in my garden. 🙂 I love that they come ready to paint with everything you need as well. How cool, thank you so much for sharing!

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