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Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Cement or concrete is the most commonly used material on the walls and in the walls of a house. But recently these materials have started to be encountered frequently in both designers and DIY projects (Best DIY Ideas with Concrete).

Many designers, even artists, use concrete in their visual works, much more different than empty walls, but sometimes they are as simple as an empty wall but they are much more stylish. After seeing the projects you will want to buy necessary equipment immediately 🙂 And, here are our suggestions:

 

Thanks to these creative minds, the use of concrete has also changed considerably and has started to be used in many different places in a decorative sense. Although the concrete and the plant seem to be two contrasting things to one another, incredibly stylish visors can be made from the concrete. You will find concrete mixers, chopsticks, casings and many more interesting designs here. In some, the progress of the projects is explained with pictures.

Here are the Best DIY Ideas with Concrete:

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

” The minute I saw this design, I was mesmerized. Yes… over a cloud concrete toilet roll holder. The Cloud is a wall mounted storage shelf that has cumulus cloud-shaped scallops that perfectly fit toilet paper rolls. Consumable bathroom supplies normally taking up space in storage can now be displayed with this design…” Designer Jessy

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Concrete Lamb

You can do this project or you can buy from the link.

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Tealight Holder

This home-made tea-maker is super cool! This is a beautiful object that fits in a very modern or rural interior. The reference is taken from ElsaRBlog.

What you need:

1 plastic tray (eg 15 cm x 12 cm)
3 teacups with cement
2 teacups with sand
2 teaspoons of water
1 tea dish (9 cm)
1 teelicht
1 pin
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To work:
Mix the cement very well with sand and water.
The mixture in the plastic tray.
Wait about 15 minutes.

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Ingenious Concrete Lamp – DIY CONCRETE PENDANT LAMP

This is a great job of Ben Uyeda for Brit + Co were using as concrete molds plastic bottles joined by metal parts gets a fantastic result. You can see the process in the following images and visit the original source if you have any doubts.

Reference

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Tabletop Concrete Fire Bowl

This lovely fire bowl is made by Maya Marin from eHow.com. She did great work. It looks very stylish. You may do this project as a new home present.

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Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Concrete Lighted Step-Spook

This Halloween creep is from madebybary.com. Its designers are showing the all steps.  It is so creepy, isn’t it? Iwwhh…

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

 

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Dragon Eggs

Supplies:

Quick-set concrete

Water

2 large containers

Funnel

A few balloons

Stirring rods

Gold paint

Tea lights

 Instructions:

# Mix 1 cup concrete with ⅓ cup water. (Add more to slow setting time)

# Place a balloon on the end of a funnel, and fill with concrete.

# Detach the balloon, and blow up a little more with a hand pump. (Do not use your mouth!)

# Tie the balloon, and let the concrete set evenly by turning the balloon slowly.

# After a few hours, cut the balloon off with a box cutter. There might be some tiny cracks, which is what you want. Carefully chip away at the cracks until you have a hole big enough for a candle.

# Pour in some more wet concrete, and rotate it to cover all the sides. Apply more until desired thickness is achieved.

# Once dry, you can paint the inside with gold or bronze paint. Paint the outside if desired.

# Place a tealight in the egg, and enjoy the fiery glow of your new candle holder eggs!

This work is taken from Buzzfeed (By CarolineEmiller  Nifty  Chelsea Evers ) From the link you can reach the video

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete – Dragon Eggs

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

 

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

Best DIY Ideas with Concrete

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