Kelly Neville

Kelly Neville

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These DIY Concrete Christmas Trees go perfectly with minimalist Christmas decor. Inspired by Terrains $18 concrete trees but these cost less than $1 each!

These DIY Concrete Christmas Trees go perfectly with minimalist Christmas decor…

I have seen light bulbs used as other things and always wondered how to do that...this is a tutorial on how to clean out the light bulb

DIY Hollow Out A Light Bulb. I have seen light bulbs used as other things and always wondered how to do that.this is a tutorial on how to clean out the light bulb

How To Remove Acne Scars At Home

How To Remove Acne Scars Naturally At Home How to get rid of acne scars fast and naturally by using home remedies and other acne scar treatment. Acne is a skin infection, which leaves ugly scars be… (Baking Face How To Remove)

I make cement spheres the same way! I use pure expansive cement (AKA expansion cement) with no aggregate, which creates a different look. It has no aggregate and no voids. The expansive cement has one advantage in that it actually cracks itself out of the glass mold. The glass doesn't go anywhere, but I still keep it covered in a bucket while the cement hardens. The cracking glass creates fine lines on the surface of the sphere. These fine lines form interesting patterns. Keep the cement…

I make cement spheres the same way! I use pure expansive cement (AKA expansion…

DIY Marbled Cement Plant Pots

My love of plants is a well-documented one, so as you can imagine I am always looking for new ways to house my growing collection. I had seen some beautiful concrete planters on Not on the High Str…

concrete bucket stool

Looking for a stylish, budget-friendly DIY project for your home? Try this awesome concrete, dipped stool tutorial.

* Ballon in cement dompelen - eventueel in grove materialen drukken voor mooi effect (gruissteen of zo) daarna laten drogen - bovenaan een gleuf of gat maken en een theelichtje erin - prachtig!

Fill the balloon with water . This image illustrates why you don't completely fill the balloon you should always leave some room in the neck of the balloon, then as the form dries the pressure has somewhere to go and your clay wont split.