Discount Concrete Stamps and Overlays

We carry the finest quality decorative concrete stamps, concrete stamp mats, concrete overlays, concrete stamp-able overlays, concrete flex mats (skins) and flexible mats. And we have all the related items to product beautiful concrete patterns including concrete finishing tools, concrete colorants, concrete sealants and concrete overlay materials.

These are ideal for restoring concrete surfaces in need of a face lift or brand new concrete pours. Our decorative concrete line also includes mixable color packs, skim coat, powder release, sealers and other fine tools. The result: beautiful, durable and affordable decorative finished concrete surfaces that resemble the appearance of natural stone and/or wood.

Many of the concrete stamp designs come in a series of 3 unique patterns (variations of design). These 3-pattern are available in both the solid stamps (used for the center/field areas) and flex mats (used for details and edges). The 3 patterns are color coded (typically blue, black and red).


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Wood Pattern Concrete Stamps

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Use Wood Plank concrete stamp tools create the texture and lines of real wood plank floors -- but without the upkeep and maintenance issues of wood. We carry a full selection of the finest concrete wood stamps and textures. Our Wood pattern concrete tools include 12" Large Wood Planks, 3-1/2" Hardwood Wood planks, 6" Planks, flexible and rigid stamps, touchup mats and more.

Don't forget to order stain and an antiquing release to obtain that genuine "old wood" look with the concrete.

Click here for the most popular concrete wood plank colors

Brick Pattern Concrete Stamps

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Pennsylvania Avenue Herringbone Brick Concrete StampOur brick stamping tools create that paved brick look for your entrances and driveways. We have all types of concrete brick patterns for creating a traditional feel and look to a home. Some of the patterns include: Basket Weave, Herringbone, New Pennsylvania Avenue, Pennsylvania Avenue Herringbone, Soldier Course, Old Chicago, Small Brick, New Brick Soldier Course, Running Bond 

Stone Pattern and Texture Concrete Tools

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Our Stone Patter concrete stamp tools create that genuine, old world feel and look of stone. Look for our stamps, roller sleeves, texture mats, concrete skins and stencils here. The patterns include: stone concrete stamps

Slate Stamps, Skins, Textures

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Slate has become a popular stone texture for modern homes and retailers. Create a slate look -- without the headaches of genuine slate - with concrete stamps, skins, texture mats, roller sleeves and stencils.

Here are some of the popular patterns:

Flagstone Concrete Stamps, Ideal for Patios and Lobbies

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Flagstone concrete stamps are popular for using on backyard patios, as well as entrances and commercial lobbies. Here are some of our popular flagstone mats:

Cobblestone Concrete Stamps and Texture Mats

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Cobblestone is a gorgeous look for driveways and garden paths. Get the look of cobblestone with textured concrete tools, including stamps, texture mats, roller sleeves and stencils. Don't forget to use color stains and antique stains to create that Old World look.

Here are some popular cobblestone driveway patterns:

Steps, Bull Nose, Wall and Form Liners

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We have a variety of awesome concrete step and wall forms. Cut stone, bull nose, rounded corners and more. Textured wall forms and edge liners as well. We have all the color stains to create that natural chiseled stone or old world look.

Decorative Concrete Stamping for Patios

Stamps and stencils are popular decorative concrete tools to create a gorgeous patio. Popular stamping patterns for patios include cobblestone and herringbone. Or for a more modern feel, try slate and bluestone.

Concrete Stains, Colorants and Sealants

We have a full selection of color options for decorative concrete projects. Don't forget to use a primer and sealer to maintain your concrete colors.


Concrete Finishing Tools

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A Step by Step Guide to the Stamped and Decorative Concrete Process

How to Install Decorative Concrete

Step 1 - Into the Truck

When using the integral coloring system, the first step is to put the colorant into the truck. We recommend using a 4-inch slump.

When adding the Uni-Mix®, make sure you have brought the load to the top of the truck. Simply tear off the the top of the bag, and throw in the entire bag, including the packaging.  This saves a lot of mess, and the bag disintegrates completely. Mix for 110 revolutions.

Step 2 - Pouring

This is a fairly standard procedure. After the truck has mixed for approximately 110 revolutions (about 5 minutes), pour the concrete.

Step 3 - Striking Off

The initial leveling off of the concrete is called striking off, and is shown here using a straight 2x4.

Step 4 - Jitterbugging

The process known as "jitterbugging" helps bring some of the cream to the surface, allowing smoother finishing and stamping.

Step 5 - Bullfloating

"Bullfloating" is the next step. This closes the surface, bringing cream to the surface while flattening and smoothing it. It uses a long-handled magnesium float.

Step 6 Edging & Trowelling

Edging the concrete gives it a nice smooth radius edge to the concrete.

Step 7 The Fresno Finish

The Fresno is the final finishing before release is applied. It uses a long-handled trowel, which is made of steel.

Note: The use of the fresno should be avoided if freeze thaw is an issue. Instead, the final finish should be performed with a wood or magnesium bullfloat.

Step 8 - Throwing Release

Once satisfied with the edging and the finish, it is time to throw the release.

As you can see, the release is spread evenly over the entire slab of concrete by literally throwing it.

The release agent is used to prevent bonding between the stamping tools and the concrete. It also adds depth and texture to the concrete.

Step 9 - Laying the Tools

The Largestone Fan pattern is being used here, and as you can see, laying the stamps starts on one side of the job, and works its way over to the other side.

This is a continuation of the laying process.

Step 10 - Stamping

To help imprint the stamps, we use a 10" x10" cast iron tamper with a strong wood handle.

On the right, you'll notice that flexible mats are being used along the edges to extend the pattern fully.

Step 11 - Finishing Touches

It may be necessary to touch up some of the joints using a chisel before the concrete has dried.

Step 12 - The End Product

After 1-2 days, or when concrete has cured sufficiently, it should be pressure washed to remove excess release powder.

After the concrete has dried thoroughly, it should be sealed using our non-yellowing acrylic sealer.

Check off List of Supplies for Your Stamping Project

More Product Do-It Yourself How-To's

There are a number of ways to incorporate decorative concrete into your projects. Below are a few how-to ideas.

How to Use Concrete Stamps

Commercial concrete stamps and flex mats (skins) are used to imprint patterns on concrete to produce the look of natural stone, wood, tile and other finishes. Manufactured for durability, the stamps and skins are designed to be used repeatedly, pull away cleanly and leave behind detailed impressions.

To finish off the edges of the pattern or up against a wall, our stamps come with a corresponding "Flex" mat stamp.

After the concrete is poured, a release agent often colored if not directly mixed into the concrete) is shaken and/or troweled on. The stamps are laid and tamped down to create an impression. Chisels and rollers may be used to clean grout lines between stamps and to finish edges where the stamping mats cannot reach. Finally a sealer is applied. The end result is a durable and beautiful concrete surface.

About Concrete Overlays

Concrete overlays are coatings applied over existing concrete then stamped with the desired pattern to rejuvenate the look of existing concrete surfaces.


  • Stampable Overlay:
    Marshalltown Stampable OverlayThe stampable overlay product is spread over existing surfaces using a trowel or guage rake. Read How-To
  • Sprayable Overlay:
    Marshalltown Sprayable OverlayThe stampable overlay product can be smooth troweled, broom finished, or applied using a splatter brush or hopper gun for a knockdown finish. Read How-To


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