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Mar 21 2016 · Create DIY Cement Planter Using Old Towel or Cloth Mix the ingredients Mix two parts of cement with one part peat moss and one part pearlite with your hands – make sure Add your cloth Wet the cloth old towel fleece blanket or any other rug that you want to turn into a sturdy planter

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Make a unique garden planter from an old towel – DIY

Make a unique garden planter from an old towel – DIY

You’ll need these materials 12 bag of Quikrete Water 2 x 5gallon Buckets 1 Towel Gloves for concrete work

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How To Make Flower Pots From Cement And Towels

How To Make Flower Pots From Cement And Towels

Directions First you will soak the towels in the quickdry cement until it is fully saturated and covered Then lay it over your stack of bricks and let dry completely Then you will remove the towel and turn it upside down and you have a cool planter

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How to Make a Concrete Planter Using an Old Towel  DIY

How to Make a Concrete Planter Using an Old Towel DIY

To create your own concrete planter using a towel you only need six things half a bag of Quikrete a very sturdy mixing stick two 5gallon buckets some gloves a towel and a little water Be prepared to practice a little patience with this project as it does take 24 to 48 hours for it to dry completely

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DIY Concrete Planter Ideas Projects  DIY How To

DIY Concrete Planter Ideas Projects DIY How To

Make this fun towel planter with the same idea Mix up your cement by adding water to the readymix concrete in the proper ratio place the towel over a bucket and make sure any wrinkles on top are flattened This is important so that the towel has a flat bottom when hardened

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DIY Cement Cloth Planter Video  DIY Tutorials

DIY Cement Cloth Planter Video DIY Tutorials

To make this draping pot buy a bag of powdered cement mix the amount you want to use – aprox 14 – to get the consistency of onion ring batter Soak cloth until saturated Hang over the shape you want let dry in the sun You may want to precut drain holes in the bottom if you are using it as a planter

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How To Make Flower Pots From Cement And Towels

How To Make Flower Pots From Cement And Towels

First you will soak the towels in the quickdry cement until it is fully saturated and covered Then lay it over your stack of bricks and let dry completely Then you will remove the towel and turn it upside down and you have a cool planter You can paint it but these planters look pretty good in

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How to Craft Stylish Concrete Planters of All Shapes and

How to Craft Stylish Concrete Planters of All Shapes and

Aug 25 2016 · The planter featured on therusticwillow looks as if it’s made from a towel and that’s because a towel was actually used in the process along with some concrete Here’s how you can make your own concrete towel planter first find an old towel

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How To Make A Cement Cloth Planter In No Time

How To Make A Cement Cloth Planter In No Time

The materials needed for this type of planter are water a towel a3 bag of cement mix mixing stick for concrete 2 5gallon buckets First combine the cement mix with as much water as needed so that the cement should feel soupy and not runny When you have made the mixture dump a towel in the cementer and with the mixing stick move it

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Experimenting With Cement Soaked Cloth  Walkers Way

Experimenting With Cement Soaked Cloth Walkers Way

Jun 12 2014 · The amount of water added to the Portland cement will depend on the thickness and thirstiness of the cloth used I start out with a 21 ratio of water to cement for the dipping slurry and add more water before soaking the thicker towels because they will immediately suck the water right out of

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Drop Cloth and Cement Planters  Infarrantly Creative

Drop Cloth and Cement Planters Infarrantly Creative

May 03 2016 · Drop Cloth and Cement Planters May 3 2016 By Rebecca Farrant 1 Comment This post is sponsored by EcoScraps You can make the coolest textured pots out of concrete and drop cloth fabric from Lowes They are really easy but super messy to make

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Make Your Own Concrete Planters  Better Homes  Gardens

Make Your Own Concrete Planters Better Homes Gardens

Choose container shapes that complement your gardens style and make sure plants will have a suitable container in which to thrive Drill drainage holes into your planters after the concrete has set or place a cork or piece of foam in the bottom when forming the pots When you water concrete planters they will darken then lighten as they dry

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How To Make A Concrete Planter  Bunnings Warehouse

How To Make A Concrete Planter Bunnings Warehouse

How to make a concrete planter View the video Don’t fill it right to the top because when the paper towel tube goes into the centre to make the cavity for the soil it will displace some of the cement Tap the top with the cardboard tube to remove any air bubbles Insert the cardboard tube in the centre of the mould down to the mark

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How to Make Concrete Planters 14 Steps with Pictures

How to Make Concrete Planters 14 Steps with Pictures

Mar 29 2019 · To make concrete planters get 2 different sized boxes or plastic containers to use as molds and tape a trash bag around the small box Next coat the inside of the large box with cooking spray mark a line 2 inches from the bottom and pour wet concrete into the box up to the line

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How to Make Concrete Planters  Garden Therapy

How to Make Concrete Planters Garden Therapy

How to Make Concrete Planters Materials Plastic containers to use as concrete moldschoose all sorts of shapes for the molds but make sure that the plastic is strong enough to hold the shape of heavy concrete If the sides of the container are too flimsy they will warp and you will get some weirdlyshaped planters although they may also

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Old Cloth and Concrete Wash  Flower Pots  Hometalk

Old Cloth and Concrete Wash Flower Pots Hometalk

Add a little bit of water to have a mixture of consistency as cottage cheese Then wet your towel with water and twist to remove the water Dip your towel in the cement mixture jusqua what this is all soaked cement Now deposit the towel on your form a pot to dun coated plastic bag raised so that the towel does not touch the ground

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How to Make a Concrete Planter  This Old House

How to Make a Concrete Planter This Old House

Photo by Kolin Smith Place the plywood sheet on your work surface propped up with scrap to allow clearance for the circularsaw blade Following the cut list measure and mark the dimensions for the sides inset panels base and cleats of the concrete a circular saw and a rafter square as shown to make the cuts

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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 Updated April 27th 2019 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 was a complete

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20 Concrete DIY Projects to Beautify Your Garden  Hative

20 Concrete DIY Projects to Beautify Your Garden Hative

DIY Beautiful Cement Planter from An Old Towel This project is a prime example of what you can do with concrete using supplies you already own In this case an old towel served as a cast of sorts to create a beautiful delicate looking concrete planter via therusticwillow Easy to Make Concrete Roses

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Oh the Possibilities  Draped Hypertufa Pots

Oh the Possibilities Draped Hypertufa Pots

Nov 12 2018 · How about a whole new look for a homemade planter Try some draped hypertufa pots These are cement pots or cement fabric pots made from the same mixture as we make hypertufa but we make it with extra Portland it is being made from a piece of leftover fabric and will not have 12 inch sides as its structure it needs a strong mix of the Portland cement to be sure it is sturdy

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