10 Clever Ways To Put Concrete On Anything Your Heart Desires

Concrete isn't just for pavement, spread cement anywhere with these 10 creative projects!

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Spread Concrete On Your Countertop

Clamp down the mould, caulk the sides, and add strips of rebar to the concrete.

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Coat A Leaf For A Stepping Stone

Place the veiny side of the leaf facing upwards and press cement into the leaf.

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Include Concrete In A Party Bar

Attach fence pickets to the outside of the bar and affix the concrete top.

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Turn On Lights In A Cement Lamp

Cut the PVC tube in half, place a water bottle into the center, and fill with cement.

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Mix Up Cement For A Side Table

Slash the shape of your desired table in cardboard and after filling with cement put in dowels.

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Create A Discreet Key Holding Stepping Stone

Plot out your design by filling mosaics in a cake pan, and then fill with cement.

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Rest Your Drink On A Concrete Coaster

Use a plastic cup as the mold, and adhere felt onto the bottom.

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Shape A Hand Candle Holder

Mix a 4 to 1 ratio of cement and water, then put cement in a rubber glove.

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Get Creepy With A Concrete Skull

Drill a hole into a skull candle holder, fill skulls with cement, and tap lightly to make the concrete set

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