What’s Your Number?

Categories: Crafty's Projects and Garden Projects.

Here is a quick and easy little craft to make for the garden.
You just need a good sized rock, some flat sided gems/marbles and some strong waterproof glue.

I laid out the number on a flat surface first, then transferred it piece by piece and glued it onto the rock.  This rock, which kind of reminds me of a house, is standing up but I had laid it flat for glueing and drying. I used Household Goop, it’s an all purpose contact adhesive and sealant.
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The number rock faces the front of the property and is visible from the end of the driveway.  It has been outside for a few years now and in the spring I usually have to re-glue some of the flat gems on.  Right now it is hidden under mounds of snow so I have no idea how it has survived this winter.
Besides numbers you could do … initials, names, patterns, short garden quotes and more.  It is only limited by your imagination.

I’ve got my number, will you get your number?

A mild spell started yesterday and instead of a snow warning, which seemed to happen at least once a week, we are under a heavy rainfall warning for later today and tomorrow!    Along with the milder temperatures comes the fog, which is quite thick this morning.

It is N at Alphabe-Thursday this week.  N for number.

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