snake garden stonesby Kimberly Periat
- the story
To Each Hiss Own
The snake has long been heralded as a symbol of rebirth, so what better-fitting place for these vibrant stepping stones than in your garden? Handmade from gypsum plaster and non-toxic paint by artist Kimberly Periat to celebrate the 2013 Chinese New Year, these eye-catching designs bring a touch of organic whimsy to your flower boxes, herb garden, or garden trellis. Handmade in California.
Exclusively at UncommonGoods.
- Item ID
- Made from
- water, non-toxic paint, gypsum plaster
- 1.5" H x 7.5" W
- Snakes are treated with a clear protective coating making them safe for indoor and outdoor use.
- the maker
Kim lives and creates in the beautiful coastal Redwood forest of Northern California. After a career in corporate retail, She felt it was time to finally let her creativity flow. Her company was formed from a problem faced at home, way too much garden space and no green thumb! "I wanted beautiful flowers in my home and fun colorful items to enjoy in my garden space year round. Now I make an entire line of modern stone flower arrangements, garden décor, and whimsical items for all to enjoy!"
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