Concrete Rose Flowers Thrifty Craft Project

This Concrete Rose Flowers Thrifty Craft Project is really creative, inexpensive and can be place indoors or even outside. Concrete can handle most weather conditions if you decide to spruce up your garden space or front door entery area.

Concrete Rose Flowers Thrifty Craft Project - Stone - Homesteading - Garden Decor - Frugal

Concrete is uniquely versatile because it starts out as a simple, dry mixture, then becomes a liquid, flexible material capable of forming into any mold or shape, and ends up as the hard-as-rock material.

Decorative accent pieces are great for adding a special touch to a room or even out in the flower garden. There are so many different types of decorative pieces available, but if you are many DIYer you are not likely going to find exactly what you want. So, this DIY project is designed with you in mind. It was created to introduce the reader to a unique way to create decorative concrete flowers.

Supplies:

Cement mix (Buy Here From Amazon) 

Aluminum foil

16 Gauge Wire (Buy Here From Amazon) 

Old Paintbrushes

Hot Glue Gun and Glue Sticks (Buy Here From Amazon)

3 or more disposable containers – (plastic cups or bottom halves of milk cartons)

Wood Stir Stick or something disposable to use for mixing cement

Fake Flowers – not too fluffy, and something with structure, like roses – thrift store and yard sales are a great places to find them CHEAP !

This Do It Yourself project was created and shared with all of the readers in order to introduce them to a unique way to turn live flowers into a concrete casting of them to create a more permanent object.

The final result can easily be hung on the wall, put out of a table or shelf or outside in the garden.

Click here to read about how to create Concrete Rose Flowers Thrifty Craft Project:

https://www.smilemercantile.com/blogs/tutorials/92607367-tutorial-diy-concrete-flowers

 

As an added bonus, You may want to take a peek at the article “Easy To Make Concrete Bowls And Planters”:

https://thehomesteadsurvival.com/easy-concrete-bowls-planters/

 

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