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and I'm thinking you can add color to the cement too, before it dries. Found this on the FB Page of Creative Ideas

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How To Make Cement Hand Planters For Your Garden

Aren’t these ‘hand’some? These DIY hand succulent planters are made from surgical gloves and cement mix.

How To Make Concrete Planters-Creative DIY Project 1

Concrete Planters Idea If you are loooking for a Creative DIY Project for planters you are in the e

Easy DIY Planters for Cool Do It Yourself Gardening Idea - Concrete Pots In Hand Shade Are Super Creative Project

These DIY Concrete Hand Planters are Easier to Make Than You Think

Easy DIY Planters for Cool Do It Yourself Gardening Idea - Concrete Pots In Hand Shade concrete planters Are Super Creative Project

DIY Concrete Planter From An Old Towel Or A Fleece Blanket

Cement Rag Planters - painted with Rustoleum indoor/outdoor paint and sealed with Seal Krete multipurpose. Thicker, more absorbent towels/fleece make sturdier planters.

You need to try working with cement; it’s really fun. Concrete is also pretty affordable so complete failures won’t break the bank. But don’t worry, there won’t be any fails with this DIY. The tutorial, pics included, has what to do and what not to do so we are sure to get amazing...

DIY Hand Cupped Stone Garden Planter Use concrete and make a wire form for strength and initial positioning. by louellaa

How To Make DIY Hand Planters theownerbuilderne. Does your garden need something eye catching? These DIY hand planters might inspire you.

DIY concrete flower planter, made from just an old towel and some concrete! Super simple project with a gorgeous outcome |

DIY Concrete Planter

This is what I was thinking about to create a pillar - stack concrete blocks up but use this towel concrete technique to cover the surface, then urn goes on top

Concrete Desk Planter by WellBoundGoods on Etsy

Shop for concrete on Etsy, the place to express your creativity through the buying and selling of handmade and vintage goods.