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DIY~Making Hypertufa Pots~Detailed Directions      Hypertufa = 2 parts peat moss, 1 part Portland cement, 1 part sand

33 Shades of Green: Making Hypertufa Pots, using 3 ingredients, portland cement, peat moss and perlite along with the shape mold of your choice

Making Hypertufa Pots - DIY by proteamundi

*Today I am sharing my guest post that was posted last week over at Remodelaholic . I made these hypertufa pots after seeing this articl.

NEW BUY IT OPTION ADDED!   	We showed you  	how to make these fun succulent planters VIA Remodelaholic:   	   But some of you asked for a shopping guide instead.  Here are the "Buy Its" for this popular DIY.   	Mini Planter Bundle   	   	Great for wedding favors or creative tablescapes, this bundl...

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Como fazer vasos de cimento - Passo a passo com fotos - How to make cement vases - DIY tutorial - Madame Criativa - www.madamecriativa.com.br

Como fazer vasos de cimento - Passo a passo com fotos - How to make cement vases - DIY tutorial - Madame Criativa - www.madamecriativa.com.br

DIY Concrete Vessel Tutorial

DIY Concrete Vessel Planters

These lightweight hypertufa pots are ideal for gorgeous succulent plants: http://www.bhg.com/decorating/do-it-yourself/accents/cast-in-stone/?socsrc=bhgpin040414hypertufapots&page=12

Cast in Stone: DIY Landscape Accent

Bowled Over Here's a use for those lidless plastic storage containers: Make lightweight hypertufa pots (link to instructions to make your own hypertufa mix) -- ideal for succulent plants.

Man Up to Craft  Guy DIY: Easy Cement Planters http://blog.michaels.com/blog/guy-diy-modern-cement-planters

Guy DIY: Easy Cement Planters

Easy Cement Planters: - The thicker your cement mix the rougher the surface, and the wetter the mix the smoother your surface. - If you first coat your mold with cooking spray, it should make it easier to remove once your project is dry.

5 terra-cotta pot DIYs to do: color-dipped pots via @witandwhistle

DIY color block pots from Wit and Whistle. Use wide rubber band to make the angle--use primer, acrylic paint, and shellac. Love the turquoise. I would paint the whole pot in one color then dip the second

Teak Warehouse | Floral Lined Bowl

Give an unexpected sure-to-please gift with these Floral Lined Bowls crafted from cement.

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8 Charming Teacup Gardens You'll Want in Every Room of Your House

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Riverbed Concrete - concrete planters, fire bowls, bowls, pots, basin - San Antonio, Austin, Hill Country, Boerne, TX

Riverbed Concrete - concrete planters, fire bowls, bowls, pots, basin - San Antonio, Austin, Hill Country, Boerne, TX

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