Garden flowers ( part 1) Supplies: window screen • wooden rod • glass jar. • chicken wire • embossing aluminum metal sheet • Blue-gray paint • Super glue • duck tape • 1 mm iron wire. Paint the stem . Tightly surround the glass jar with the chicken wire and tighten the wire around the top of the stem

Garden flowers ( part 1) Supplies: window screen • wooden rod • glass jar. • chicken wire • embossing aluminum metal sheet • Blue-gray paint • Super glue • duck tape • 1 mm iron wire. Paint the stem . Tightly surround the glass jar with the chicken wire and tighten the wire around the top of the stem

Subterranean Garden Giant, surfacing for a looksee - this could be a fun hypertufa project. - via 7dach

Subterranean Garden Giant, surfacing for a looksee - this could be a fun hypertufa project. - via 7dach

Chicken wire sculpture is pretty easy, and makes a good garden focal point

Chicken wire sculpture is pretty easy, and makes a good garden focal point

How to Use Plaster of Paris

How to Use Plaster of Paris

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Hypertufa Toadstools - enter the magic kindgom... Rustic Garden Art | Hypertufa Project

Hypertufa Toadstools - perfect accent for a fairy garden

Hypertufa Toadstools - enter the magic kindgom... Rustic Garden Art | Hypertufa Project


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cement blended with various recycled materials - light and stronger than concrete  John Lamos collection

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cement blended with various recycled materials - light and stronger than concrete John Lamos collection

Fill nylon stocking with concrete for the base. Create gills underneath the cap with thin sheets of metal. Sculpt a mold for the cap, and press it into WET sand lined with a thin sheet of plastic, and slowly fill with concrete. Add realism by removing small wedges of concrete along the edge of the cap.  Cap mold: A circle of cloth sheeting could be draped over a bowl/balloon, and brushed with concrete. The wavy edges could be created with rolled up newspaper under the edge of the cloth.

Fill nylon stocking with concrete for the base. Create gills underneath the cap with thin sheets of metal. Sculpt a mold for the cap, and press it into WET sand lined with a thin sheet of plastic, and slowly fill with concrete. Add realism by removing small wedges of concrete along the edge of the cap. Cap mold: A circle of cloth sheeting could be draped over a bowl/balloon, and brushed with concrete. The wavy edges could be created with rolled up newspaper under the edge of the cloth.

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Easy to make concrete bowls and planters. This inspires me greatly! I just don't know that I would commit myself to the project! I'd LOVE to make a few of them before the end of spring.

Easy to Make Concrete Bowls and Planters...

Easy to make concrete bowls and planters. This inspires me greatly! I just don't know that I would commit myself to the project! I'd LOVE to make a few of them before the end of spring.

Cement planter.   Mix cement and water onion ring batter consistency soak old cloth wring out drape over stands let dry, place drainage holes before completely dry, do a cpl coats of colored cement sealer

Revisit: The Draped Hypertufa Planter

Cement planter. Mix cement and water onion ring batter consistency soak old cloth wring out drape over stands let dry, place drainage holes before completely dry, do a cpl coats of colored cement sealer

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

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

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