15" Metal Plant Stake - 6 Pack

$47.95 USD
Item# 3038PK
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  • Made from durable stainless steel - rust resistant to last for years to come
  • Stakes measure 15" with a 1" pad to adhere your project
  • Sold in a pack of 6

Product Description

Add art to your garden with customizable plant stakes! 
Made from durable stainless steel, these stakes are rust resistant to last for years to come! Stakes are 15" tall with a 1" round plate to adhere your glass to. Sold in a pack of 6.  

Delphi Tip: Use a liquid silicone adhesive to glue your project to the plant stakes.  Silicone is water proof and resistant to the elements.

Follow the link below to download this Free Project Guide.

Free Project Guide 

Toad project created by artist Dane Porter. Blue garden art stakes created by artist Kayleigh Clark. Last two projects courtesy of The Glass Galleria. Gnomes by artist Daisy Simon.
 

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