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Concrete and Hypertufa Yard Art

It is amazing what you can create from this stuff!

spheres from balloons

Hypertufa Garden Sculpture | Concrete Fairy Cottage Free Shipping by blithegardens on Etsy

DIY concrete spheres - make these for your garden using plastic beach balls and wrap in 1/2" mesh taped to ball. Then apply concrete and let dry.

Hypertufa mushrooms--make more "leafy and with a place for water to trail down into a small pond (similar to the ones in metal at Copper Butterfly in Cloudcroft.

DIY Concrete Garden Globes - Make your own concrete garden globes using old glass light shades!

Little and Lewis share a recipe for making leaves. They are the masters.

Gunnera leaf is cast concrete and hand painted by Little and Lewis

Concrete Leaves - Artist Roberta Palmer - Beaverton, OR

“How To Make Hypertufa-Concrete* Balls”

DIY Concrete Garden Globes - Make your own concrete garden globes using old glass light shades for molds!

Better version of how to Concrete Mushrooms; Ljc's Projects: Garden: Concrete Mushrooms

Hypertufa table with flowers in the top opening -- Lowes Creative Ideas - Love this. Want to make for front porch and patio

Concrete Mushroom This type was made over a glass bowl (covered in plastic wrap), with the concrete over it. The stem is a bud vase with the concrete mix over it. These are my new favorite stem, and the easiest! And the bud vases come in some very cute shapes

garden ornaments using Styrofoam balls, pebbles & "QuickWall"... (they have a few ideas on the page, this is just one of them)

Stone PAVERS become stone PLANTERS. Cement planters can be so expensive.

DIY ladybug for the garden

Easy ideas for pops of color in your garden when you don't have a green thumb.I love adding a sense of the unexpected in my garden and these little lady bugs are perfect. They were created using an old tennis ball that I cut in half and a little bit of Portland Cement. Once dried they popped out of the tennis ball easily (it got easier and easier each time I used the same ball). I then spray painted them, added the details and sealed the paint with some outdoor spray sealant.

Concrete stools with leaf prints.Well, I guess these won't blow over in a wind...