26 FANTASTIC CEMENT AND CLAY HACKS FOR YOUR HOUSE
CHEAP WAYS TO UPGRADE YOUR APARTMENT
Does your room seem too boring? Or you don’t want to spend a lot of money on decorative items? Yes, decorative items may cost a lot, but handmade ones might look much cooler. We prepared a collection of inspiring and easy crafts for creative people. We love to experiment with various materials and always prepare something cool. A lot of people may say that it’s hard to work with cement and create something. But it’s not true. Cement and concrete are quite simple to use and the result is amazing. First of all, prepare a place where you will work and carefully read the instructions on a package with concrete. After watching this video you will understand that concrete is one of the best crafting materials! One more important thing is that cement designer items from stores may cost a lot but you can create something cool and inexpensive.
You will be surprised but you can create a lot of concrete crafts using such ordinary things as paper clips, waffle cones, milk carton, ice cube mold and more. Let’s start from DIY concrete ring cones. These cones look incredible and are the best item to store your collection of rings. You will need an ice-cream cone and concrete. Mix concrete with water as it is written on the package and pour the mixture into the cone. Let the concrete set. Remove the waffle and enjoy!
The next project is even cooler – you can make a concrete lamp. Watch the tutorial! Watch the video till the end and find how to make stylish concrete planters for succulents, candle holders, bowls and a lot more!
00:09 DIY Concrete ring cones
01:15 DIY Concrete lamp
02:05 Concrete table
02:43 DIY Bookends
08:34 Handmade planters
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