Awesome DIY Stepping Stone Ideas for Your Garden

Spring is so here! And where do we always spend time in this good warm weather? ... in our garden of course! So why don't you make your garden more exciting and fun?
With a little time, effort and a lot of creativity you can make your garden a lot more beautiful than last spring!

Browse some of these ideas that we have put together for you! Enjoy!

1. Leaf Imprint Stepping Stones
These leaf imprinted stones are perfect for fall gardens. Well, they are perfect for any time of the year actually. You just make the stones from cement and while the cement is still wet, use a leaf from your favorite garden plant to imprint the stones. These are so easy and so beautiful. - DIYCrafts.com



2. Elegant Entry
Freeform slabs of Tennessee fieldstone and Pennsylvania bluestone create a rustic pathway that enhances the cottage air of the house and grounds. Colorful perennials and groundcovers are sprinkled along the edges. - DIYNetwrok.com



3. Store-Bought Stepping Stone Molds
If you have something in mind, you can probably find a stepping stone mold that is pre-made and ready for concrete. From sand dollars to butterflies to Celtic designs and even a giant paw print, there is sure to be one to fit your garden. Just remember that you can only make one at a time with each mold. - GardenTherapy.ca



4. Stepping Stones to Traverse Your Pond
Add a unique twist to your landscape with stepping stones that span your pond. Here, the stones are placed on cinder blocks that allow both people and pets to cross the pond. Match the stepping stones with the stones that surround the water, ensuring it all will blend beautifully. Choose the size of the stones based on the size of your water feature, while keeping safety in mind as well. -BHG.com



5. Built-In Rest Stop
Oversized stepping stones function like a stairway as this path ascends along the slope garden. A custom stone bench provides a spot to perch and take in the plantings and wildlife. - DIYNetwork.com



6. Easy DIY Hopscotch Stepping Stones
Not only are these adorable stepping stones, they double as a game for the kids when the weather allows. If you ever played hopscotch as a child, the you know how fun it is. You just paint concrete pavers, which are pretty cheap by the way, and you're all set. - DIYCrafts.com



7. Circular Stepping Stones
Circular pavers are a practical way to incorporate a stone pathway into your landscape. Here, a multitude of stones lead throughout the yard, making it simple to move from place to place. Each stone is fashioned of the same material and cut to the same size to bring continuity and symmetry to the area. - BHG.com



8. Pallet Walkway
This garden path idea uses wood pallets placed one after the other, though leaving a small space in between. To do this, you'll need to firmly place the wooden pallets along the desired path. The gap also allows the plants to grow in between to create a more earthy feel for the path or walkway. - BalconyGardenWeb.com



9. DIY Stepping Stones from Broken Dishes
These stepping stones are made from broken china and other glass type dishes and they are absolutely gorgeous. If you have some old china that you can't use because of chips or breaks and you can't get rid of it, turn it into these amazing stones for your garden. You just add the pieces of china to concrete stones that you make yourself and the end result is breathtaking. -DIYCrafts.com



10. Wood Slice Walkway
Wood logs are not that useful or maybe not; you can create a garden path out of them. - BalconyGardenWeb.com



11. DIY Stepping Stones witn Cake Pan
You can use an ordinary cake pan to mold your concrete and make amazing - and perfectly proportioned - stepping stones. Just mix the concrete as directed, add your decorative elements like glass stones or other items, and then let the concrete harden. Your end result is an easy to make yet beautiful stone that will bring beauty to your landscape wherever you lay it. - DIYCrafts.com



12. Glow in the Dark Garden Stones
These glow in the dark stepping stones are not only unique, they will help you light your way when it's dark outside. You use solar lights and glow in the dark to provide the light function and you can paint any design that you want on the stones so you really get these customized. - DIYCrafts.com