MAKE THIS STONE FOR PENNIES EACH... and SAVE hundreds to thousands of dollars on your next project.
HERE’S HOW EASY IT IS TO DO: Lubricate molds with light vegetable oil or mold release if available.
Mix a bag of concrete per the instructions and add color, unless you want gray stone, then pour into molds.
Vibrate lightly to release air then let them sit over night undisturbed... pop out stones after about 24 hours!
Complete detailed Instructions are included with purchase, plus email and website support for life!
YOU CAN MAKE STONES LIKE THOSE PICTURED FOR PENNIES EACH! ---
Make hundreds of stones from each mold, as they are made with .060 H.I. Industrial ABS material for flexibility, durability and long life. The molds you receive will probably be "black" in color. Many photos illustrate our molds in white because white tends to photograph better, and we have used white plastic periodically. NO KILN or special equipment is necessary. And stone can be made for from twenty-eight to sixty cents per square foot, depending on the thickness desired. -
This listing is for: One set of all-different "Olde Appalachian Fieldstone" Molds, OAF-04 -
For larger projects or for a better mix of shapes and sizes, we also offer four more sets of all-different molds in this style that are available in the store, for a total of 50 different mold sizes and shapes. Each set covers about seven square feet, depending on spacing. -
Save fifty-dollars… Purchase all five sets (50 molds) together for only $399.75. (See OAF-50 elsewhere on Amazon). -
The mold sheet pictured will be cut apart into individual molds for shipping, and ease of handling when making your stone. Complete FREE INSTRUCTIONS are included, and we are an email away should you need support. We also have a website with FREE information and instructions that you can consult. -
You can make stone like that pictured in the photos for pennies each! Most photos of projects in our listings and on our websites were made with our molds by customers who had never worked with concrete or molds before. They used bags of pre-mix concrete to make their stone, some concrete color, which is available in our store, and followed our simple instructions. You can also use plaster for interior work if you'd like. It’s that easy! -
Save Hundreds to Thousands of Dollars on your next project. They Did! - It's as easy as making a cake. But no oven is needed!
1 Set of 14 Molds to Make Flagstone Fieldstone Rocks OAF-04 B001SCHKJS