Stone Pixie Welcome Rock

£29.99

Stone pixie welcome rock perfect for any garden setting big or small. Lovely present for a loved one or treat yourself! Buy yours here now!

L 25cm x H17cm x D9cm approx.

Items will be shipped within 3 working days

— Free UK  mainland Postage and Packing —

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Stone Pixie Welcome Rock

Lovely Stone Pixie Welcome Rock. First of all, this stone pixie welcome rock is hand cast from white cement in my garden studio. This stone garden ornament would look great in any garden setting sitting by your front door or in your back garden to greet guests. These stone pixies will probably make you smile every time you see them as they are so cheeky and playful . You can certainly see them enjoying riding along on their snail through the long grass and getting very dirty in the process. As a result, they looks so content!

This pixie welcome rock is boldly handpainted in lovely high quality outdoor acrylic paint. Outdoor paint is thinner and penetrates the stone so elimates cracking and chipping. Outdoor acrylic paint is more colourfast and is less resistant to fading. Most noteworthy some fading will occur over time with weathering.

Furthermore, these stone garden ornaments are made with lime added to the dry mixture. As a result when the cement is fully dry this makes them frostproof. Finally, this stone pixie welcome rock is finished in outdoor varnish for added protection and shine.  However, it is advisable as with any garden ornament to take in during very cold weather.

Size

L 25cm x H17cm x D9cm approx.

Shipping

Items will be shipped within 3 working days

— Free UK  mainland Postage and Packing —

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About Me

I opened my business in 2019 and became a member of the Professional Crafters Guild in February 2020. I am currently a stockist at The Suffolk Craft Shop, Kersey Mill, Hadleigh. Kersey Mill is part of the English Heritage.
I am a disabled artist and I work from my garden studio in Braintree, Essex. This has all been set up at a good working height as I have very limited usage and reach in both of my arms. I find crafting very good physiotherapy as well as being great for mental wellbeing.

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