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make concrete tealight holders

How to Make Concrete Tealight Holders

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Concrete ball

Climbing Goats in an Argan Tree, Morocco

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nice details

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Fill the balloon with water . This image illustrates why you don't completely fill the balloon you should always leave some room in the neck of the balloon, then as the form dries the pressure has somewhere to go and your clay wont split like that.

Balloons As Sphere Molds - Page 2 - In the Studio

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Planter made from an old doll, cut the back of the head off and pour concrete into it and let it set then cut off.

Dishfunctional Designs: The Upcycled Garden II

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how to make cement water to dip fabric in to make pots. I've pinned this idea before but I like the use of tassels in this one.

Concrete leaves for the patio area. All instructions included.

Posts about garden art on Garden Muse

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Concrete

Hand-Carved Limestone Container

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How to Cast Concrete Fountains

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concrete balls

Rubber Door Mats pressed into a concrete mold and later removed, to make stepping stones! There are lots of other fabulous concrete projects on this page!

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Candles. Use paper towel and toilet paper cores to fill with cement.

22 Seriously Cool Cement Projects You Can Make At Home - I've always wanted to work with cement! Time to take the plunge and do it!

22 Seriously Cool Cement Projects You Can Make At Home

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

Stained concrete. Looks like water.

Easy to make concrete bowls

DIY Stepping Stones

DIY Stepping Stones

Glow-in-the-dark driveway. Glowstone, often used in fish tanks, is easy to use in an homogenous mix or as a surface topping for concrete paths, steps and terrazzo floors. Glowstone can be used as an additive into pebble paving or loose laid into gravel paths.

garden sphere made with hypertufa or concrete

Urbanite (broken concrete chunks) patio stained with iron sulfate. Gorgeous!