[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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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.

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-Upcycled Hypertufa Container- Saturday, February 9, 9 am: $35 Create a small-to-medium-sized hypertufa container from re-purposed materials. Upcycling typically puts unwanted/unused items to a new and improved use. Our forms or molds will use upcycled containers from the local Goodwill and/or thrift stores. Visit for details or click the link above.