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  • Amanda Rosa

    Container Gardening: This wonderful DIY idea will provide you with the look of expensive stone planters for a fraction of the cost. Follow the photo-link to read more.

  • giancarlo martell

    DIY modern outdoor concrete planters: All you need are a few pavers landscape block adhesive. Wait 24 hours for it to cure, then move your new planters into place and fill them with dirt and greenery.

  • Amy Stephens

    How to build a concrete planter box - All you need are a few pavers, landscape-block adhesive, and a little time. Wait 24 hours for everything to cure and you're ready to move your new planters into place and fill them with dirt and greenery.

  • Pam Duggan

    CEMENT PAVER PLANTER BOXES: All you need are a few - pavers, - landscape-block adhesive, and a little time. Wait 24 hours for everything to cure and you're ready to move your new planters into place and fill them with dirt and greenery.

  • Anastasia Fort

    Modern outdoor planters: All you need are a few pavers, landscape-block adhesive, and a little time. Wait 24 hours for everything to cure and you're ready to move your new planters into place and fill them with dirt and greenery.

  • Julie K.
    Julie K. • 49 weeks ago

    We made 3 of these for our deck last Summer and they look awesome and have held up really well in our Michigan winter!

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DIY concrete paver planter boxes. Could this be done with concrete pavers and another material...wood? steel? maybe a base for a bench? could you make a firepit out of it? would the liquinail hold?

Easy to make concrete bowls and planters. I'm going to try and see how easy it is.

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  • Elizabeth Woolwine

    for a while i would brush the inside of the carton (and outside of the insert) with canola oil to keep the concrete from sticking to the mold, but now i question if that's necessary. i would love to skip that step, its so messy!

  • Lisa Mannion

    Cardboard boxes have a bad habit of bulging out when they get a little wet or they may just bow because of the weight. Make sure your box is super sturdy

  • Elizabeth Woolwine

    That is true about bulging. I would have to reinforce the sides with wooden planks and it was tricky. Its much easier to stick with plastics like yogurt cups and chinese take out containers. If theyre sturdy and not porous, the concrete slips right out and you can reuse them.

  • Lisa Mannion

    Yeah, its kind of a shame too, it takes what looks like an easy fun project and turns it into something much more complicated. :(

  • Elizabeth Woolwine

    i've had a few turn out via the milk carton method, but for me its not worth that complication. check out the success i've had with plastic containers via my nimwit studio board!

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Concrete planters with a nice detail ! Easy project to do : glue concrete pavers together and add wooden strips.

simple, square, tapered, well-proportioned concrete planter