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DIY It - Mini Layered Concrete Planters - A Kailo Chic Life
I have been having so much fun playing around with concrete and plaster lately, but I have been wanting to experiment a bit by adding a bit of color to the mix. I know that I could always paint the finished product, but I wanted to try to retain the matte concrete look by adding …
In this post I show how to make a large thin-walled colored cement bowl and how to create imprints in cement decor. I just got back from a trip to my sister's house in Texas (from Ohio). She has hit a rough patch with some medical issues, and I went for a visit and to help her and h
How to pour paint a pot to look like Marble. · The Glitzy Pear
Learn how to use the pour paint technique to create a marble effect on your terracotta pots. These marbleized pots are so beautiful I'm using them at an outdoor wedding I'm doing next week. They look like marble and are a perfect pot for lavender or any colorful flowers.
Succulent Planter - Asymmetrical Pink // white ceramic planter, round planter, hostess gift, candle holder, gifts under 30, alcohol ink
Succulent Planter - Asymmetrical Pink Watercolor with Gold Stripe ***plant not included*** Shades of peachy pinks and bright purples mix in this tropical inspired pattern, set asymmetrically and divided by a gleaming stripe of gold on this white ceramic planter that's the perfect size for succulents, herbs, or other small plants - even as a candle holder! Each planter is finished by hand and made to order, so no two will look exactly alike (and will vary slightly from the photo shown)…