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  • Frieda Foerster

    How to make Milk Carton Molds Concrete flower pots * Marthastewart // DIY

  • Lenka Šabová

    not only these hypertufa planters from milk carton molds but also other ideas for planters

  • Marlen Vasquez

    Decorative Flowerpots and Planters - Martha Stewart - make your own with milk cartons

  • Chloe Rivera

    saw these in a display at anthro concrete planters using milk carton molds by Martha Stewart

  • Andy Brown

    Milk Carton Concrete Pots ~ Milk cartons used as molds create cube-shaped hypertufa vessels, each sized for a single succulent. The tint variations are achieved by mixing in masonry stains. ~ Directions ~ Mix 3 quarts peat moss, 3 quarts perlite, and 3 quarts portland cement. Mix in 13 1/2 tablespoons masonry stain (1 1/2 tablespoons per quart). Add water until mixture has the consistency of cottage cheese. Makes 3 to 4 small boxes (4-inch cubes or 4 by 4 by 5 inches). ~ Set Time and Release ~ Let set for 24 hours, then gently remove interior container. After another 24 hours, tear away carton.

  • Ela Hawke Vintage

    hypertufa planters from milk carton molds • martha stewart #DIY #home #succulent #succulents

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