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Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Paint Your Own Stepping Stones Giveaway

Here's a bit of a different item to try to win. Open to US residents only, you have to just 6/15 to enter. Good luck.
Enter the Paint Your Own Stepping Stones Giveaway. Ends 6/15
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These adorable Paint Your Own Stepping stones are so much fun! They are fun to paint and create and look simply gorgeous in your yard or garden path!

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! They come with 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. Be sure and read Kristin's thoughts on the Paint Your Own Stepping Stones in her full review here! Would you like a chance to win a set? We thought you might! We are thrilled to bring you a chance to win your very own!

ENTER TO WIN!

One lucky reader will win a

Paint Your Own Stepping Stones (arv $100)!

The giveaway ends 06/15/18. Giveaway is open to US Residents, ages 18+ years of age.
Enter using the Rafflecopter form below.
Be sure to return tomorrow to complete the daily entries!
Good Luck!
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7 comments:

  1. This will be perfect for my nephews and niece to do in their outdoor veggie garden.

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  2. my kids have been wanting to add to our garden, and i just love this idea.

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  3. We have a flower and rock garden in our side yard and that's where I would put them.

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  4. We would use them to line our sidewasid!

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  5. I work in an essential skills classroom so I would have the kids in my class decorate it and put it near the garden our class planted!

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  6. My patio would be a great spot.

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  7. This would be a good gift for my mother's yard. We'd let the grandkids paint them.

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