* For this piece I chose to use nicely rounded-shaped, different coloured Rune stones and quirky-shaped smaller pebbles to fit into the tiny crevices.
Old terracotta pot to be used
* Spreading a small amount of glue at a time, place each stone to its most comfortable
and visual appeal. It’s a little like putting the pieces of a puzzle together,
with the project evolving and growing as though of its own accord.
* Work around the piece section by section until complete.
* Once your project is totally dry and set (I usually wait at least 24 to 48 hours),
make a watered-down solution from a small amount of glue blended with water.
Use a soft bristled paint or craft brush to thoroughly blend the watery mixture.
Gently brush the solution on all areas of your project,
paying particular attention to the nooks and crannies between each pebble.
Allow to dry for a day or two.
* Using Tile Waterproofing Spray, ensure that all stones area thoroughly sprayed and waterproofed for outdoor use. Allow to dry.
* All done
Finished product ...