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A perfect addition for any home


Material

  • 1 Bag river stones
  • 1 Sheet rub ons
  • 1 Paddle pop stick

Method

  1. Pick out the flattest stones and size up your stones to your rub on words
  2. cut up your sheet to make transfer simpler
    Pick a stone and rub on word, remove the clear sheet from the rub on and place word down on the stone. Rub your paddlepop stick all over the rub on for about 10 seconds then peel off the backing paper to reveal your word stone
  3. Place in a glass vase or jar or scatter on a table or platter




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  • isabeau
    • 15 Mar 2014
      9:32 pm

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  • These could maybe used as a teach your kid to read device. They look lovely, great for a beach vibe

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  • You could make a game from them.

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  • A brilliant idea! Thanks for sharing!

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  • What a great idea! Thanks for sharing this!

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  • this is a very inspirational idea and great gift

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  • Cute idea. :)

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  • A truly beautiful and inspirational craft idea; thanks for sharing!.

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  • It’s these touches that make a house a home.


    • And I definitely prefer a home rather than a house

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  • this is a cute idea and you could also use letter stencils or just write your word straight on there


    • we tried this and just wrote them on. we had stencils to make some words neat

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  • Children would have an enjoyable time doing this

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  • This would look pretty sitting on a coffee table.

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  • Brilliant idea, so many options to choose with not only the stone but the words. An truly effective piece for decorating a range of spaces… lovely gift idea.

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  • We started our hunt to day – we walked along the beach to collect our stone. Thank you again.

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  • What a lovely idea. This could be a wonderful project for my son and I for a xmas gift for his grandparents. Really creative and simple. :)

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  • Thanks we had a lovely time completing this project. Thanks for the wonderful idea.

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