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Superlite Block
(602) 352-3500
4150 West Turney
Phoenix, AZ
Services
Superlite Block, Integra Wall System, Belgard Pavers
Hours
6:30 AM to 3:00PM
Membership Organizations
Rosie On the House Referral Network, Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute

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Masonry Structures Llc
(623) 537-4698
9168 W Albert Ln
Peoria, AZ
 
Borders & Beyond Landscaping
(623) 825-3604
22012 N 86th Ave
Peoria, AZ
 
G & Y Masonry Inc
(623) 979-2626
8629 N 78th Ave
Peoria, AZ
 
Marvel Building & Masonry Supply
(602) 344-2100
4502 E. University
Phoenix, AZ
Services
Concrete, Masonry & Landscape Material supplyer
Hours
6 AM to 5 PM
Membership Organizations
Rosie On the House Referral Network, Arizona Masonry Guild, ICPI, NAWIC, AMAC

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Quality Block Company
(602) 269-7691
3035 South 35th Avenue
Phoenix, AZ
Services
Masonry Block Manufacture
Hours
5 AM to 4 PM
Membership Organizations
Rosie On the House Referral Network, National Concrete Masonry Association, Home Builders Association of Central Arizona, Arizona Masonry Guild

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Lepage Masonry Inc
(623) 376-6379
27588 N 83rd Dr
Peoria, AZ
 
Stone Evolution
(623) 412-8044
9157 N 84th Ave
Peoria, AZ
 
Roma Masonry
(623) 486-3701
8760 N 77th Dr
Peoria, AZ
 
Young Block
(520) 887-1234
2200 West Gardner Lane
Tucson, AZ
Services
Superlite Block, Integra Wall System, Belgard Pavers
Hours
6:30 AM to 3:00PM
Membership Organizations
Rosie On the House Referral Network, Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute, US Green Build Council

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Make Your Own Stepping Stones

By: H. Iacobacci-Miller

If you've ever priced stepping stones, you know that they can be rather pricey. However, you can make your own and save a bundle while adding personalized touches to your garden. This is a fun and easy project to do with your kids as well. They make great additions to any type garden as well as personalized gifts that friends and family will adore.

What You Will Need:

  • Drop cloth, newspapers or old sheet
  • Cement/Concrete mix such as Quikrete (found at hardware stores, a 60 pound bag will make 6 stones)
  • Hardware cloth or screening (found at hardware stores, this will help reinforce the stepping stones)
  • Cement color (optional - used to add color to the stepping stones)
  • Mold(s)
  • Flourishes (mosaic tiles, objects to make impressions, paints, etc)

Molds - molds can be made using items such as tin foil pie or roasting pans, plastic planter saucers or store-bought molds that can be found in most craft supply stores. You can also make your stepping stone mold(s) using 2 x 4's to form a square or other basic shapes.

Flourishes - you can use just about anything you can come up with to add personal touches to your stepping stones. Create a mosaic with tile chips, create patterns or edging with colored glass, marbles or even seashells. Use leaves or flowers to create impressions. You can even purchase patio paints designed to endure the elements. The sky's the limit with this project.

  1. First - protect your working area with an old sheet, newspapers or painter's drop cloth.
  2. Set out your mold(s) and flourishes. If you are creating a mosaic design, make sure that you have laid it out to ensure that it will look as you want it to look.
  3. Prepare your cement/concrete mix following the manufacturer's directions. If you are using a concrete color, add into concrete per manufacturer's directions.
  4. Spoon concrete into the mold filling it about half full, then smooth it down.
  5. Lay your cut piece of screening or hardware cl...

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