• Diy Concrete Planter Ideas Projects
    Diy Concrete Planter Ideas Projects

    01. concrete towel planter. use old cloth and cement to make draped hypertufa planters!! can you believe how easy it can be we only need a bag of powdered cement, mix it with water at approximately 1:4 rate. cut drain hoses of cloth and soak cloth until saturated. hang over the.

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  • Revisit: The Draped Hypertufa Planter – The Hypertufa
    Revisit: The Draped Hypertufa Planter – The Hypertufa

    1 part portland cement (i was using a 2 qt pitcher) 14 part of peat ( about 1 pint) a handful of vermiculite and mortar mix depending on how much you want it to be textured. water, about a 2 qt pitcher as above added slowly as you get it into a slurry or gravy. cut the fabric into a circle, an oval, or even use it as a rectangle or square.

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  • Unique Draped Concrete Planter Made By Barb Easy
    Unique Draped Concrete Planter Made By Barb Easy

    One of the issues of draped concrete is dealing with the moisture levels. for this planter i have used a purchased mix; rapidset cementall (rather than just portland cement) since the fabric steals all the water from the concrete mix it should be dampened before dipping into the premixed concrete.

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  • 30 Diy Concrete Planters That Are Easy To Make
    30 Diy Concrete Planters That Are Easy To Make

    These concrete planters are easy to make but look like quality products. it is up to you to design them as you wish. 31. diy geo faceted concrete planter. image and tutorial by. a faceted planter that looks like it was made from precious metals. yes please! this concrete planter is like the rest but also not because of it shape.

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  • Cement Towel Plantpot : 4 Steps (With Pictures
    Cement Towel Plantpot : 4 Steps (With Pictures

    Cement towel plantpot: hello everybody, in this instructable, i will teach you how you can make a beautiful and original cement towel plantpot. this is a short project, it takes about 2040 minutes of work (in addition to waiting for it to dry), its a fun project to do a.

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  • How To Make A Cement Cloth Planter In No Time Page 2
    How To Make A Cement Cloth Planter In No Time Page 2

    Creative cement cloth planter ideas. besides towel, you can use any other fabric for making some cement planter. also, instead of 5gallon buckets, you can use other types of buckets or pots. the following ideas are just some of the many possible and as you will be able to notice, you can even paint the planter in the end in some vibrant color.

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  • How To Make Hypertufa Pots The Home Depot
    How To Make Hypertufa Pots The Home Depot

    Dont worry if you dont get the recipe exactly right; cement is forgiving. start by using small 8quart bags of perlite and sphagnum peat moss. then add your portland cement. this mixture filled two planter molds. any extra mixture can be used to make extra hypertufa containers. 1 12 parts perlite; 1 12 parts sphagnum peat moss.

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  • Draped Concrete Planter : 5 Steps (With Pictures
    Draped Concrete Planter : 5 Steps (With Pictures

    Draped concrete planter: in terms of pushing the limits of cementitious materials, willy guhl's work for the swiss fibre cement manufacturer, eternit, is some of the earliest and best. the loop chair he designed in 1954 was pushing the boundaries of the material back then.

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  • How To Make Outdoor Planters From Sand | Ehow
    How To Make Outdoor Planters From Sand | Ehow

    For large containers, use 1 part each sand, perlite, portland cement and peat moss. alternatively, add about 12 cup of fibermesh pellets to the basic recipe for extra stability. fibermesh is sold in stores that carry concrete and related supplies. molding a planter over an overturned mold is one of two basic ways for creating a hypertufa.

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  • Video And Instructions For Making Draped Hypertufa Or
    Video And Instructions For Making Draped Hypertufa Or

    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 cement.. since 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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  • How To Make Concrete Planters With Cloth Haener Block
    How To Make Concrete Planters With Cloth Haener Block

    How do you make a flower vase out of concrete how to make a concrete vase concrete planter. step 1: mix cement and water. step 2: spray the inside of mailing tube. step 3: pour concrete mixture into mailing tube. step 4: place the jar inside the concrete mix in the mailing tube, before it starts to set. step 5: wait for concrete to dry.

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  • How To Make Large Concrete Planters Haener Block
    How To Make Large Concrete Planters Haener Block

    How do you make cloth concrete planters wet the cloth (old towel, fleece blanket or any other rug) that you want to turn into a sturdy planter. put it into the mixture, turn and swirl in the cement mixture, so that it completely gets saturated with the cement mixture. once it is fully saturated, you can place it on the desired mold to get a.

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  • Cement Pots Cracking Houzz
    Cement Pots Cracking Houzz

    I use the ratio 1 :1 in order to make my mixture (1 cement : 1 sand), pour it to a silicone mold, cover it with a plastic bag, and after 24 hours i take it out from the mold until this stage everything is great. in order to have a good curing process, i put the item in a bucket with cold water and wait 14 days.

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  • How To Make Concretecloth Planters | Hometalk
    How To Make Concretecloth Planters | Hometalk

    I want to make the concretecloth planters. answer this question. answered. already tried it and it didn't work. the concrete dried and when i turned it over it just fell. it seemed there wasn't enough concrete on the cloth or something.

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  • Remodelaholic | How To Make A Tall Concrete Planter
    Remodelaholic | How To Make A Tall Concrete Planter

    10. time to pour the concrete. ill give this advice: when working with dyed concrete, make sure to lay down a thick plastic drop cloth. it will stain everything it comes in contact with. i also highly recommend setting up your form close to where your planter will permanently sit.

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  • Video: Making The Draped Hypertufa Planter! So Easy!
    Video: Making The Draped Hypertufa Planter! So Easy!

    8 quarts portland cement and the 1 extra cup. 2 quarts vermiculite (fine) 2 quarts peat moss well sifted. water to mix to the right consistency. cloth scraps (old towel, napkin, washcloth, any fabric) your tower you will drape it over, needs to be high enough to allow the tips to dangle. plastic to cover this tower so that the.

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  • How To Make Cement Draped Planters | Hometalk
    How To Make Cement Draped Planters | Hometalk

    It must be something sturdy to allow your fabric to drape and not let the ends of the wet fabric touch to floor. it will change the look of your project if the ends of the fabric touch the floortable. cover your tower in plastic! the piece is a little pliable when you attempt to get it off, but it was a struggle with that bar stool.

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  • Diy Make Cement Cloth Planters (Video) Cool Creativities
    Diy Make Cement Cloth Planters (Video) Cool Creativities

    Soak the cloth in the cement and water mixture. drape over the stand that you have and leave it under the sun to dry. make sure you have covered your work area so you wont have to scrape off cement afterwards. add drainage holes before it completely dries to avoid cracking. apply cement sealer would be better after it dries.

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  • Concrete Cement Cloth Planters – Do It And How
    Concrete Cement Cloth Planters – Do It And How

    Concrete cement cloth planters. youll need: 1 part portland cement (i was using a 2 qt pitcher) 14 part of peat ( about 1 pint) a handful of vermiculite and mortar mix depending on how much you want it to be textured. water, about a 2 qt pitcher as above added slowly as you get it into a slurry or gravy. click here for the instructions.

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  • Containers Forum→Cloth And Cement
    Containers Forum→Cloth And Cement

    I would like to know if i can thicken the planters by waiting for the cement to dry, then adding more cement for those with the thin cloth. i do have more thick cloth to use, but i haven't cut it up yet. i wanted to start with the thinner stuff and smaller pieces because i want to make bigger planters with the thick stuff.

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  • How To Make Cement Planters |
    How To Make Cement Planters |

    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.

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  • Experimenting With Cement Soaked Cloth – Walkers Way
    Experimenting With Cement Soaked Cloth – Walkers Way

    Draped vaseblue planter group. i hope this blog post was helpful, demonstrated that any size project can be created, and the versatility of using cement soaked cloth. be sure to check out the mother tree: papercrete & cementsoaked cloth.

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  • How To Make Cement Water To Dip Fabric In To Make Pots
    How To Make Cement Water To Dip Fabric In To Make Pots

    How to make cement water to dip fabric in to make pots google search.

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  • Stepbystep Diy To Create Cement Planter With Old
    Stepbystep Diy To Create Cement Planter With Old

    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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  • How To Make Concrete Planters: 14 Steps (With Pictures
    How To Make Concrete Planters: 14 Steps (With Pictures

    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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  • Make Your Own Concrete Planters | Flea Market Gardening
    Make Your Own Concrete Planters | Flea Market Gardening

    Hypertufa (pronounced hypertoofa) is a mixture of peat moss, perlite, cement and water and were invented by alpine plant enthusiasts as perfect replacements for the old stone trough planters so desired so show off their tiny plants. old stone watering troughs in england could be found in farmers fields, sometimes built into stone walls to.

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  • Fabric Tests For Concrete Draping Made By Barb Cement
    Fabric Tests For Concrete Draping Made By Barb Cement

    Barb, i am making some cement planters and water garden tubs using different fabrics. i want to stick with manmade fabrics since i think that they would hold up for much longer than natural fabrics especially in louisiana with the high humidity and heat with have.

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  • 24 Diy Concrete Planter Ideas That Are Easy &Amp; Fun Anika
    24 Diy Concrete Planter Ideas That Are Easy &Amp; Fun Anika

    The exact process of making a concrete or cement planter depends on the project but follows these basic steps. create mold for the planter. like mentioned earlier, this depends on the type of planter you are making and can involve constructing a mold using laminate boards or plastic bowls from a dollar store. mix concrete.

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  • How To Make Diy Cement Cloth Draped Planters | Diy Tag
    How To Make Diy Cement Cloth Draped Planters | Diy Tag

    Old cloth cement flower pots! can you believe how simple it is here is the instructions, but basically you simply take used clothes, soak them in cement water. then drape them over a stand and let them dry. and lastly, paint them in your favorite color to get your beautiful planting pots.

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  • How To Make A Cement Sneaker Planter Diy | Hometalk
    How To Make A Cement Sneaker Planter Diy | Hometalk

    Mix the cement with water. you want the consistency to be like a milkshake. step 4: pour it into the sneaker to coat the inside. be sure to get all the fabric coated so water doesnt seep through and create mold. after the inside is coated, use your hands to scoop the cement onto the outside of the sneaker. keep going around the sneaker until.

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