Cement Hand Planters. Pour casting concrete into rubber gloves, being carefully to remove air bubbles from fingers. Mould into position working fast before concrete sets. When set, peel of rubber gloves revealing your concrete planter.
MAKE THESE SUPER EASY CONCRETE HAND PLANTERS/BOWLS IN 20 MINUTES
I had been wanting to try my hand at making something out of concrete. I've seen a lot of planters and I figured that would be an easy place to start. Plus, my…
Plays Like Clay, Works Like Concrete | ShapeCrete.com
It's fun and versatile, like clay, yet becomes rock-hard and durable in about 24 hours without oven-baking or kiln-firing. Try it for yourself.
Turn an old towel into a stunning concrete planter! It might seem like an expert's job but this planter is a very basic concrete project... Get more concrete towel planter ideas from our album and learn how to do it by heading over to the step-by-step tutorial!
How To Make A Fairy House
Many of you may have heard of hypertufa, a mixture comprised usually of perlite, sand, peat moss and portland cement. Used first by alpine gardeners to emulate the natural tufa rock often associated with alpine plants (plants that grow above the treeline), the hypertufa mixture is used to free form artificial rock or in forms…
Concrete Leaf Yard Art Tutorial | Tauni Everett
*Tutorial by Heidi @Â greendoodleÂ for her win of the Outdoor challenge of season 15* You will be surprised how quick and fun this project is. Â It has a definate wow factor! Â Hopefully this tutorial has the information you need, however, feel free to contact me over atÂ greendoodleÂ if you have any questions. step 1 supplies: plastic sheeting, sand
Hypertufa Molds; use these to make unique hypertufa creations
Hypertufa Molds can be as simple as a piece of drycleaners poly film, or as complex as a salvaged basket; each type of mold needs a different technique