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    • Mary Wilson

      Three hypertufa pots / Concrete Pots

    • Brenda Bradley

      DIY cement planters. Very cool I am doing this! Cheap & easy! Hypertufa Pots - Lowe's Creative Ideas

    • Princess Vandervort

      Make cement pots with this tutorial. AND 45 of the BEST Home Organizational & Household Tips, Tricks & Tutorials with their links!! Party and event prep, too! from #diy #diy decorating ideas #diy gifts| http://diyaiden.blogspot.com

    • Daybreak Huraczy

      Concrete planters are good for plants in the skills area of a room.

    • Rebekah Noell

      Making flowerpots!!

    • Rachel Lewter

      Garden pots to make.

    • Carissa Scroggins

      Cement flower pots. Really cool! Tutorial with some great ideas to tweak it.

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