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    diy concrete containers from Martha Stewart

    Instructions for making a concrete sphere. Seen it before but this one actually has the directions!!

    Concrete formulas for different garden uses!

    DIY Inspiration - Concrete bowls

    How to: Make a DIY Modern Concrete Fire Pit from Scratch Under $50

    Concrete planters

    How to Make Concrete Bowls and Garden Planters DIY Project How to Make Concrete Bowls and Garden Planters DIY Project

    DIY PLANTERS :: Making Hypertufa Pots Tutorial :: Hypertufa is a stonelike material that mimics a type of rock. Make flower pots (or balls/pillars) in any shape & size w/ just THREE INGREDIENTS!!! She shows you her method & here is Matha Stewart's method (w/ patterns on the outside & different shapes): www.marthastewart... & one more method w/ GOOD TIPS: www.itsnotworkits...


    Green Man Hanging Feeder / Planter - might make an interesting bird bath to hang on the fence or shed.

    Making Hypertufa Pots. This stuff is supposed to be very durable and resistant to the affects of weather compared to clay or concrete pots.

    DIY Cement Planters via #gift_ideas #panters #decor #plants

    papercrete instead of hypertufa~NO Cure Time~The basic recipe for papercrete is approximately 3 parts paper pulp, 2 parts portland cement and 1 part perlite and other optional fillers. Getting the paperpulp made to the right consistency is key. Too wet and the mixture is slumpy and if too dry – crumbly. Make small batches to experiment and get your mixture to your liking.

    Take an old cloth soak in cement water, drape over a stand and leave in the sun to dry. Paint and you have beautiful plant holders

    DIY hypertufa planters---mix portland cement, perlite and moss; cure. add plants.

    Concrete Planter | 7 DIY Concrete Projects You Can Make With One $5 Bag Of Concrete Mix

    snake plant, concreto

    Basic Hypertufa How-To 1. Choose mold: Make a mold from two nested vessels, so you can pour the mixture in the space between them. Both should have sides that are straight or taper out; the gap between them should be at least 3/4 inch for smaller vessels and 1 1/2 inches for larger ones. 2. Mix materials: Wearing gloves and a dust mask, mix equal parts white Portland cement (gray can be substituted for nontinted vessels), perlite, and peat moss in a large bin; stir in masonry stain if d...

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    More Garden Containers You Never Thought Of • Tons of Tips & Ideas!