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    [fan-inspired] This article provides instruction on how to make lawn ornaments using QUIKRETE®. #DIY #Tutorials #lawnornaments #homes #gardens #concrete #cement #quikrete #statues

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Made with quikrete cement with a plastic thrift store tray as a mold. This made a large fishy stepping stone for my garden. Cost? $3.00.

Harvest rhubarb leaf. Build mound of dirt; cover w/ piece of plastic (dry cleaner/painter's). Mix QUIK-RETE concrete/mortar to a thick but wet consistency. Place leaf face down on the plastic on mound. Cover backside of leaf w/ mortar. If you want the leaf to sit like a platter when complete, make a flat spot in concrete. Let leaf cure for ~a wk. Rinse natural leaf off mortar w/ a power washer or w/ a soft used toothbrush & some water. Let dry. Stain leaf w/~3 coats of concrete stain.

DIY stepping stones ((link is in a language I don't understand, not a biggie because the picture is all you need!))

Revisionary Life: Concrete Orbs - an Easy Project & Tutorial - cast using Quik-rete in a glass light globe!

Salvaged Style: An antique pedestal with a concrete top becomes a unique outdoor cocktail table. Outdoor fabric that's durable and weather-resistant dresses up the patio furniture and allows the homeowners to furnish the space similar to an indoor room -- with throw pillows and colorful upholstery.

  • Angela

    Love this look! I will be on the look out for an antique pedestal!

Cement Stepping Stones= cereal boxes+quick drying cement+glass stones. Great summer project.

Girl Statue Lawn Ornament Shy One Statue, 24.5in H x 9.25in BD Concrete for outdoor or indoor use

Vintage Cement Concrete Gnome Pixie Elf Garden Lawn Statue Ornament.