It doesn’t take much more than an inexpensive bag of cement and some cardboard to create this cool, industrial-chic concrete serving tray. It was created by decor and DIY expert Amy Kim, who blogs at Homey Oh My! See the full tutorial on The Home Depot Blog. || @homeyohmy
Super easy wash rack I did for the horses. It is approx 8 x 8. I used the landscape timbers that are treated wood from Lowes, 10 bags of quikcrete gravel, 2 - 60 pound bags of cement, and 8 - 3ft rebar to keep it in place. Now I just need to get two stall mats to lay over the top and we are done.
Umbrella stand... 1 bag of cement 1 large planter 1 12" long piece if 1 1/2 PVC pipe (or the size you need for your umbrella pole) 1 pin or bolt Follow pictures to create. Drill hole at top of the PVC Pipe walls to pin or bolt the umbrella pole into the stand. Enjoy!
You can find everything at Lowe’s or Home Depot. -Towel -2 5-gallon buckets -Water -1/2 bag of cement mix -Mixing stick for cement First combine the cement mix and water as per the direction on the packaging. Mix the cement with the stick. It should feel soupy and thick. If it is runny, it might have too much water. Add more mix to balance it out.When your cement mixture is ready, place the towel in it and use the stick to get it soaked with concrete.
#diy #concrete #stool Leftovers, also from Klemens Schilling, is an easily made stool or table made from bags of leftover concrete mix. Take a bucket, mix the concrete, and insert three legs in until the mix hardens.