Love the look of concrete crafts? Lately, I have seen so many cool DIY projects made with concrete, I just had to share my favorites with you. I was initially surprised to see you could make such creative home decor by simply using a bag of concrete, but now I am day dreaming of all the awesome things I want to make. Cute DIY gift ideas, incredible planters, bowls. pots, frames, and even jewelry holders can all be made with oh so cheap and versatile concrete. You can also make amazing tables and countertops with concrete, really update your home decor with this rustic DIY material. Concrete is truly one of the most versatile of all DIY materials. You can write it in, press patterns into it, draw, plus mold and form it into almost any shape. Sturdy, too, this one is perfect for DIY furniture, outdoor and patio decor, bookends, accessories and more. Check out these 43 cool DIY ideas..
I have been looking for creative and cool DIY coaster ideas lately, and my favorites were made of leather until now. Concrete has to be the best material ever for keeping water and condensation off the tables. you can personalize each one with letters, shapes, patterns and more. Check out the step by step tutorial to learn how.
This is one of the prettiest DIY planters and ideas for succulents I have ever seen. If you have as many succulents as I do (after learning how to propagate them, you will, too!) then you will love this awesome, crafty planter tutorial. Buying individual planters can get very expensive when you have lots of plants, so why not try making some like these lovely triangle shaped pots?
Need some cheap but awesome DIY lighting? This modern twist on the traditional hanging pendant is made of yes, concrete. Super cool, and not nearly as difficult as it looks, this is an easy weekend project idea that is perfect for those looking for some inexpensive remodeling and industrial lighting ideas.
Looking for an awesome DIY gift idea for him or a cheap modern home decor idea? Try these stunning DIY bookends made of concrete. A DIY project that is not hard and can even be perfect with its imperfections, this one is super for beginners and craft pros, alike. Plus, working with cement and concrete is amazingly fun (which is why you always see those footprints and names written in it 🙂