The stick and stones are a natural part of gardener’s everyday gardening.
But, they can also be a great addition to your garden’s landscape.
You can use a stick or stone to add some texture to your plant bed or to add a little more colour.
Stick and stones can also make a beautiful decorative addition to a landscape.
Here are a few tips on how to make them in your own garden.
Use a sharp knife to make the stones 1.
For the best results, use a sharp, blunt knife.
It’s easier to make your stones sharp, as it takes less time to work with them and to carve the stones.
If you want to make more of a dent, you can use an even finer, sharp blade.
To carve the stone, cut a piece of the top of the stone to the size of a quarter.
Lay the stone flat on the cutting board, and then cut the other end of the knife in half.
You should end up with about a quarter of a stick.
Using a sharp carving knife, cut the two halves together.
This will create a sharp edge on the stone.
Using the knife you cut the stone from, take the remaining half and trim it down.
Use the leftover stick and a bit of glue to glue the two pieces together.
Use an electric screwdriver to drill a hole into the centre of the two stone halves.
Make sure that the holes are even and straight.
If the holes don’t match up, you may need to drill them a bit deeper.
Place the stone on a flat surface and put a small piece of tape or a small flat piece of wood over the stone’s edge.
Next, fill the holes in the centre with a thick, dark glue.
This helps to hold the glue in place and helps to protect the edges of the sticks and stones.
Use your fingernail or other small metal tool to push the stick and the stone together.
It should pop off easily when you put the stones back into their original place.