With a $4 bag of concrete and a multi-picture frame you can actually PAVE a walkway outside your house! Just mix the concrete and use the picture frame as a template for the repeating “brick” pattern. Check out how amazing this works! Have you ever repurposed an everyday item for a unique DIY? For more …

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DIY Garden Path with a multi-picture frame and cement. I love this idea! pictorialdesign: “DIY Garden Path with a multi-picture frame and cement.

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

Concrete Serving Tray Project

It doesn’t take much more than an inexpensive bag of cement and some cardboard…

DIY Concrete fire pit. With a bag of cement, a few other tools and a few hours... you can have this DIY Homemade Concrete Fire Pit!

How to Make Your Own DIY Concrete Fire Pit

Love the idea of fire in backyard; contained,of course Outside seating with concrete fire pits -- How to: Make a DIY Modern Concrete Fire Pit from Scratch

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.

Wash rack for horses: Approx 8 x 8 with landscape timbers that are treated wood from Lowes, 10 bags of quikcrete gravel, 2 - 60 pound bags of cement, and 8 - rebar to keep it in place. Needs two stall mats to lay over the top.

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

Concrete Serving Tray Project

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

DIY walkway. use a picture frame with multiple spaces, and a $4.00 bag of cement. Prettier and cheaper way to do a walk.....like!

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Walkway idea, take and old multipicture frame, fill it with cement, wait, remove and repeat

.I used portland cement and I used a 5 gallon bucket and just used a bucket of peat moss and a bucket of sand to a bag of cement....can't remember what kind of sand but it was very coarse!

Inprefer stone but this looks sttractive, concrete garden path, concrete masonry, outdoor living, Garden Walkway

concrete bag retaining wall- I have this in my backyard!  We love ours and need to do another area.  It's very cost effective.  It curves, if you want it to.  And it looks like stacked stone.

Stack bags of dry concrete in a row, then wet down the bags for a week or until the concrete hardens, tear off paper. love the look of these. What a great way to do a raised bed. On average, cheaper than cottage stone. I've done this by accident.

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