3/05/2012· I embarked on my first attempt to make a hollow concrete sphere last summer. With temperatures soaring I escaped to the shade under my deck and in just a few days had completed my first sphere. The steps to make the spheres are simple enough; however, I've been told my descriptive instructions are "lengthy
Easy to Make Concrete Bowls and Planters...: For a quick, fun and very easy garden project, grab a bag of concrete, your imagination, and follow me! Concrete planters and garden ornamentation are a wonderful addition to the outdoor setting around one's home. Often, such decor comes with a...
"Fun With Concrete" examines unusual DIY projects from practical to zany, all using concrete. Learn how to pour a countertop, make a unique guitar stand, build home exercise equipment, and create a whole host of home decorating projects. All projects come from Instructables, are written by our creative community, and contain pictures for
DIY Kettlebells for Under $10: While looking for ways to change up our current workout program, I came across the Russian Kettlebell. Kettlebells are typically cast iron "cannonballs" with handles. They provide a great, well-rounded workout for strength training as well fat l...
Cut the stone ball around with a utility knife and peel it off with a pair of pliers. Sand the concrete sphere with 100 grit sandpaper to make the surface smooth. Cut off the protruding steel bar with a hack saw. You can retain the steel bar if you want to use it as anchor.
10/06/2018· With the help of a volcano and ingenious thinking see how I managed to make these DIY Rock and Concrete Orbs work. The Spherical Mold: I wanted to create a casting from the inside of a mold, a sphere of course. Well, if you have ever tried to find a perfect sphere it’s not easy! I bought ball after ball and cut them open. Nope, not smooth enough. Basket balls have wierd seam lines inside
diy project: shannon’s concrete garden spheres . by Grace Bonney. one day when i’m lucky enough to have some outdoor space in which to garden, i hope to be able to fill my green space with decorative elements that i make with my own two hands. so when i heard from shannon from design gal, i was excited to find out about her handmade decorative elements. using some quick-dry concrete, $3
4/10/2015· I was noticing that orbs are everywhere and for good reason; can there really be a better shape!? So that got me thinking in my ‘concrete ways’ I knew concrete spheres can be poured but how could I change it up a bit? Here are my DIY Concrete Garden Orbs inspired by draping methods but my own original exclusive design. These are not
24/07/2014· I’ve been admiring DIY Concrete Garden Balls on Pinterest for quite awhile. I read this tutorial on The Garden Glove, which I found on Pinterest, and knew that I could easily make these. Plus it helps that we replaced a very ugly ceiling fan with 5 globe light
13/07/2015· 6. Repeat applying the mesh and concrete layers two more times, for a total of three layers. *Allow the ball to completely dry between coats. (If your ball is larger than 10” in diameter you will need to add one or two more layers of mesh and concrete to give the ball rigidity. This would equal 4
13/09/2015· An accident led to the braking of a lampshade and to an impressive DIY craft.Today we have focused on a simple quite funny little project perfect for your backyard or front garden and by following this small guide you will Learn How To Create A DIY Concrete Garden Decorative Ball in
30/08/2017· I learned from ‘hands-on’ experimentation to create my own easy system that makes it all mess free and simple. For many the idea of making concrete brings visions of huge metal mixers, shovels and mess. Let me show you some of my Tips and Tricks for Concrete Crafting so you too can make it all the time, like baking a cake. “What is
14/11/2008· Exercise balls can be found in most sporting goods stores. The reason I suggest you purchase a well made one is for the simple fact it can be RE-USED. I guarantee that once you make one garden sphere you’ll want to make another, and another. Friends are going to ask for one, too! OK back to the inflatable ball for your casting form.
26/05/2018· I love the design of these DIY concrete bowling ball planters. You use a bowling ball to mold them and then add your own decorations with glass stones or other embellishments. They are perfect for showcasing your favorite garden flowers or plants and they are made from concrete, so you can put them anywhere in the garden without worries of the weather harming them. Tutorial: instructables
Concrete furniture looks amazing and really is cheap to do. Tables can be made without expensive or specialty tools and will jazz up your home or office in no time! I've built many tables and desks using these exact same processes. This tutorial will explain how to make a concrete table top for any
DIY: Learn How to Make Concrete Garden Balls [VIDEO] This DIY video tutorial demonstrates how to make a simple, durable, and aesthetically pleasing accent for your garden landscape. Decorative shiny or matte concrete balls are easy to create, cost little to make, and require no maintenance after they are placed in your garden.
Hollow Concrete Garden Sphere Ball Orb with no mesh tape. 1 part port to 3 stone sand. How to make a Concrete Garden Sphere out of a stone Ball / DIY Garden Decor Ideas Tutorial Arts And Crafts Activities Key: 5662260569 How I make Hollow Concrete Garden Spheres Balls with Quikwall YouTube See more
How to Make Lightweight Concrete Using Styrofoam By Larry Simmons SAVE; Lightweight concrete, also known as EPScrete (expanded polystyrene concrete), is a material widely used in the building of environmentally "green" homes. The substance is often made using small Styrofoam balls as a lightweight aggregate instead of the crushed stone that is used in regular concrete. While it isn't as
30/08/2019· How to Make Bricks from Concrete. Bricks have been primarily used for wall coverings over the years, but they can be used for decorative purposes as well. Historically, the common stone has been molded from clay and fired in a kiln, but...
29/03/2019· How to Make Concrete Planters. Displaying your indoor or outdoor plant in a concrete planter is a stylish way to show it off. You can create your own planter at home with 2 containers and a few tools. First, you'll have to create the mold...
Please make sure you use all equipment appropriately and safely when following the advice in these D.I.Y. videos. You need to be familiar with how to use equipment safely and follow the instructions that came with the equipment. If you are unsure, you may feel it is safest to consult an expert, such as the manufacturer or an expert Bunnings Team Member.
A better way is to simply DIY your gazing ball, and I have 10 wonderful ways that you can do that. Whether you want a mirrored ball or you prefer something with a bit more decoration, I have a great list of 10 gorgeous DIY gazing balls that you can make today.
Making moss ball or cacti ball THIS is how you make a barb wire orb. DIY your own hanging succulent ball. Create a green globe of succulent plants you can hang from your garden, deck, or patio. Create a wire frame sphere for the wire mesh. See more
1/08/2017· Here are some cool concrete DIY projects to beautify your garden. DIY Beautiful Cement Planter from An Old Towel. This project is a prime example of what you can do with concrete using supplies you already own. In this case, an old towel served as a cast of sorts to create a beautiful, delicate looking concrete planter. via therusticwillow
43 DIY Concrete Crafts 1. DIY Concrete Coasters With Decorative Inserts. The 36th Avenue. I have been looking for creative and cool DIY coaster ideas lately, and my favorites were made of leather until now. Concrete has to be the best material ever for keeping water and condensation off the tables. you can personalize each one with letters
Make your own gazing ball substrate with these easy instructions! Lightweight concrete mosaic garden sphere with ball DIY Lightweight Concrete Sphere or any shape Gips si apa, o compozitie potrivita pentru a realiza obiecte decorative How to Make A Lightweight Concrete Garden Sphere for Mosaic — Institute of Mosaic Art See more
What do you have kicking around the house that will make a nice mold? Making concrete molds from stone items requires you to think outside the box. Look in your shed or garage for common stone items such as old tubs, flower planters, buckets, jars and large container lids. stone boxes, statuary, kids' beach toys, litter cans and sandbox
DIY Concrete Leaf Garden Projects [Picture Instructions + Video] We have seen many versions of leaf garden projects in the DIY community, and today our Garden channel is going to making the complete guide on making the concrete leaf garden with different ideas and instructions since we are going to make some mini leaf trays in our room decoration.
Set in Stone. This started as a DIY home decor project, but now that it is finished it’s feeling more like a DIY home improvement project! Concrete has been extremely popular in interior design over the last few years, so of course we had to show you how to make some of this gorgeous decor for yourself.
10/12/2013· Kissing balls are often made with fresh greenery, but if you want yours to last year after year, they can be just as gorgeous when made with faux floral items! So pretty! And it was so easy to make; it took me less than an hour to put the whole thing together! DIY Christmas Kissing Ball. To make your own kissing ball, here’s what you need: a
8/05/2017· Making a stress ball at home is an easy project to do at home with our without a balloon. With these simple step by step instructions, you can make stress balls at home. You can give them as gifts or keep for yourself. You will be able to easy follow our instructions for making your own stress balls at home. With two different projects for
26/10/2019· How to Make a Stress Ball. Stress balls are easy to make from easily available materials. All you need is a few balloons and the right material to put in them. If you want your stress ball to feel more similar to a commercial stress ball, the sewing method