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neat idea to make small concrete planters

Posted by purplemoon z9 Phoenix (My Page) on
Sun, Jun 6, 10 at 1:51

Browsing blogs again, and ran across this one. How easy to make little flower planters!

hugs, Karen

Here is a link that might be useful: concrete flower bowls


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Very nice for variety of uses & pretty dog too!! Jan


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Thanks Karen!
I love these. I can use the bowls I have for mushhroom tops. Haven't made concrete this year, I'm chomping at the bit!
Kathy


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I like this idea...may have to try it.

Lisa


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Bookmarked it, purplemoon! What a great idea,...I really love the glass candle holder idea for summer get-togethers! TFS! Jeanne S.


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Thanks, Karen! Love the planters.....
I got to the site started looking and have spent the
last hour there! Got as far back as Nov 2009 and decided I HAD to stop! Wrote down where I stopped. LOL
That's why I can't seem to get away from the computer!


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I love these!


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Yes you can spend countless hours on the net looking at ideas and design. I know a lot of my hours are spent looking! This is a great idea. I have a giant platter cover (from work parties) that has a fancy design in the lid. I want to use it to make stepping stones. I wonder if it is too thin? Or if I use it, it won't be usable for a second time. I have not dabbled in concrete at all...chomping at the bit here as well.


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