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  • How To Make Cement Planters  Charles Amp Hudson

    How To Make Cement Planters Charles Amp Hudson

    We’ve admired the large scale cement planters we’ve seen at restaurants and chic office spaces, but they are too heavy and big for our needs. Succulents don’t need much soil, so we decided to make our planters using 1/2 gallon milk carton and a take out container from our local Thai restaurant.

  • Easy DIY Concrete Planters  Love Create Celebrate

    Easy DIY Concrete Planters Love Create Celebrate

    May 31, 2020 How to Make DIY Concrete Planters. Once you have the molds made, the steps for creating the planters are the same. Mix your concrete with water according to your package directions. See the video above for the consistency of our concrete when we poured it. Spray all of your containers with WD-40 before you add concrete into them.

  • How To Make Cement Planters  Doityourselfcom

    How To Make Cement Planters Doityourselfcom

    Jun 10, 2021 Cement Planters. Start your cement planter by mixing your cement in a clean bucket that is dedicated to only cement. Use a really good stirring stick to make sure that there are no clumps in the cement as you stir in the water. Follow the instructions on the back of your cement bag to know exactly how much water to put in your cement.

  • How To Make A Concrete Planter DIY Project Guide  Bob Vila

    How To Make A Concrete Planter DIY Project Guide Bob Vila

    To make a concrete planter with industrial flair, you don't need any obscure tools or extraordinary skills—only some time and a bit of determination.

  • How To Make A Concrete Planter DIY Project Guide  Bob Vila

    How To Make A Concrete Planter DIY Project Guide Bob Vila

    To make a concrete planter with industrial flair, you don't need any obscure tools or extraordinary skills—only some time and a bit of determination.

  • How To Make Easy Cement Orb Planters  At Charlottes

    How To Make Easy Cement Orb Planters At Charlottes

    Jul 06, 2020 Cement All is the biggest expense at $15, but the vases and PVC pipe were maybe $6 total and I only used about 1/4 of the Cement All so… I’ve got a lot of planters in my future! I mostly just love how quick and simple these cement planters were to make…

  • How To Craft Stylish Concrete Planters Of All Shapes And Sizes

    How To Craft Stylish Concrete Planters Of All Shapes And Sizes

    Aug 25, 2016 Let the concrete dry and pop the gems out, removing the straws as well. View in gallery. Cans and glasses can be used if you want to make medium-sized concrete planters. Once you’ve figured out how to put together the mold you can mix the concrete and pour it in. Let it dry, take out the planter, sand it and paint it.

  • Minimalistic Wood And Concrete Planter  8 Steps

    Minimalistic Wood And Concrete Planter 8 Steps

    Minimalistic Wood and Concrete Planter: Hello everyone! In this Instructable, I will show you how to make a concrete planter and a minimalistic wooden stand using a few materials. The result will be amazing and you could always say that the pot where you keep those beautiful flowers was m…

  • Minimalistic Wood And Concrete Planter  8 Steps

    Minimalistic Wood And Concrete Planter 8 Steps

    Minimalistic Wood and Concrete Planter: Hello everyone! In this Instructable, I will show you how to make a concrete planter and a minimalistic wooden stand using a few materials. The result will be amazing and you could always say that the pot where you keep those beautiful flowers was m…

  • Cement Planter DIY How To Make Your Own

    Cement Planter DIY How To Make Your Own

    Aug 27, 2020 Cement can be used for more than sidewalks!There is so much you can do with cement, and it’s fun for the kids too! For this tutorial, I focused the cement planter. Planters can be pricey, so why not make our own?! A 60-pound bag of Quikrete costs less than a drink at Starbucks, and a little goes a long way.

  • Large Concrete Planter  9 Steps With Pictures

    Large Concrete Planter 9 Steps With Pictures

    Start by building up the base of the planter by filling the bottom of the large bucket with a few inches of concrete. I used my hands (wearing nitrile gloves) to really push it into the corners and compact it.I also shook the bucket, tapped on the sides, and slammed it down on the ground a few times to help the air bubbles rise to the surface.

  • How To Make Flower Pots From Cement And Towels

    How To Make Flower Pots From Cement And Towels

    What has also gotten popular, is making planters for all those plants. There is nothing cooler than handmade items to add to your Seventies boho decor. I was surfing Youtube looking for a cool planter idea, and I came across this gorgeous cement planter tutorial by Cement Craft Ideas.

  • How To Make Easy Cement Orb Planters  At Charlottes

    How To Make Easy Cement Orb Planters At Charlottes

    Jul 06, 2020 Cement All is the biggest expense at $15, but the vases and PVC pipe were maybe $6 total and I only used about 1/4 of the Cement All so… I’ve got a lot of planters in my future! I mostly just love how quick and simple these cement planters were to make…

  • How To Make A Concrete Planter  This Old House

    How To Make A Concrete Planter This Old House

    Planters: Quikrete Countertop Mix, about $16 for an 80-pound bag. Stain: Quikrete Translucent Concrete Stain, about $27 per gallon. Step 1 Overview for How to Make a Concrete Planter Illustration by Gregory Nemec. SATURDAY Build the forms and fill with mix (Steps 1–5). SUNDAY Open the forms (Step 16-17). Download a cut-list to make a concrete

  • DIY Large Concrete Plantershow To Make It In One

    DIY Large Concrete Plantershow To Make It In One

    Jul 20, 2020 Pour a 2″ layer of concrete into the large box. This is the bottom of your concrete planter. Put the smaller box inside the large box and space evenly. Make sure the edges are equal in size all around. We cut out 2″ blocks and screwed them to the edges to ensure equal space all around. It’s time to pour the concrete inside the mold.

  • These DIY Concrete Planters Cost Just 1 To Make  Hip2save

    These DIY Concrete Planters Cost Just 1 To Make Hip2save

    Jun 10, 2020 This concrete flower pot DIY requires you to mix the concrete in a bucket with a shovel, pour the mixture into the outer container, and then press the smaller container into the concrete to make a planter mold. You’ll want to grab some rocks from outside to place in the smaller bowl or container to weigh it down a bit.

  • Large Concrete Planter  9 Steps With Pictures

    Large Concrete Planter 9 Steps With Pictures

    Start by building up the base of the planter by filling the bottom of the large bucket with a few inches of concrete. I used my hands (wearing nitrile gloves) to really push it into the corners and compact it.I also shook the bucket, tapped on the sides, and slammed it down on the ground a few times to help the air bubbles rise to the surface.

  • How To Make Hypertufa Pots  The Home Depot

    How To Make Hypertufa Pots The Home Depot

    Learn how to make a rustic planter from hypertufa, a lightweight cement mixture. Fill them with succulents to make gifts, especially for Mother’s Day, or for decorating inside and outside. This project comes together quickly, especially if you have helping hands. Be sure to choose a well-ventilated area to work, and wear safety glasses and

  • Make A DIY Cement Balloon Planter  Easy Round Cement

    Make A DIY Cement Balloon Planter Easy Round Cement

    Learn to make these cement balloon planters the easy way, and that works! Use a balloon as your mold. Cement (not concrete) is the key. I started this project out feeling really frustrated. Originally I tried to make these round cement balloon planters using concrete like other tutorials show, but it …

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