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Decorative Flowerpots and Planters
What you need: metal can or bucket, 2 sheets 12” x 12” river rock mesh tile, thin set mortar, grout (sanded or non sanded), putty knife, large sponge. If you want to make it a planter, punch a few holes in the bottom with a hammer and a thick nail first for drainage. sheet metal crafts, old coffee cans, crafti find, projects with rocks, flower pots, garden drainage, diy pot with rocks, metal coffee cans, garden pots
Turn an old coffee can into a planter.
Crafty finds for your inspiration!
Cement poured into a pot saucer and leaf imprinted with stones added, made for a friend. I made this for a friend... Bobbie Bradshaw Color washed with acrylic paints and a clear over.
1 Can of Valspar, Gloss Finish, Island Orange 16 x 20 canvas, Aaron Brothers Rubber Cement, CraftBond from Elmers Leaf/Foliage
how to: planter boxes
DIY to Try: Cement + Gold Leaf Planter — Ruffled
The basic process of making a leaf casting involves covering the back side of a leaf with a cement/sand/water mixture, letting it dry and harden, then removing the leaf to reveal the shape and design of the leaf in concrete. cast leav, leaf cast, concrete leaves, craft, concret leav, hosta leav, concrete casting, concret leaf, garden
The difference between cement and concrete, and the basic process of making a leaf casting: cover the back side of a leaf with a cement/ sand/ water mixture, let it dry and harden, then remove the leaf to reveal the shape and design of the leaf in concrete
Home made hosta leaf castings using vinyl cement patch
My version (10) - Cement leaf. What fun! I have made several of these now. Thanks Pinterest!