Supplies needed: *plaster of Paris
*water, bowl, and stir stick
*pink or blue polystyrene insulation sheets. I used 1 inch and 1/2 inch sheets
*Exacto knife, box cutter, solder gun
*black, white and brown exterior paint and paintbrush
*I used scrap lumber for my bases, as it adds a little more weight
*a creepy face changing pic from the buck store, Mine had a frame - I just cut the image out to fit into our design.
*liquid nails/ construction adhesive
First, we started by making some plaster casting embellishments. These were made from a dollar store doorknocker and ice cube trays. Just mix up your plaster to the consistency of a medium batter and pour into a mold that have been treated with a release agent. I used cooking spray.
Now for the fun part .. deciding what our stones are going to say and look like. Carve them using whatever implement you prefer. We used a solder gun - just make sure you carve using this outside or in a well ventilated area - it is Stinky!
We attached these to some 2 * 6 scrap wood using construction adhesive to weigh down the base.
Then paint your stone in black. Wait for it to dry and add some white and beige dry brushing, to bring out the highlights.
These DIY headstones add interest to your yard by using different shapes and dimensions.
Hope you enjoy this demo and it inspires you to try to make them.
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