It's easy to make cement stepping stones for your garden or yard, especially if you have leftover materials from a concrete-pouring project.
Finished cement stepping stones set amid surrounding foliage.
PHOTO: JUNE F. KRAMBULE
LEFT: Interlocking garden edging is formed into a ring, placed in a shallow flat-bottomed hole and braced with a banking of soil. A square of chicken wire set inside the mold will strengthen the final stone. RIGHT: The rim is removed after the cement dries, and the attractive stepping stones await your landscaping artistry!