DIY Concrete Stool
5 gallon bucket
Quikrete 5000 concrete mix
Wooden legs (1 – 6 foot x 1 1/4 inch dowel rod cut into 3 – 18 inches pieces)
DecoArt Patio Paint ( I used neon yellow and pink)
First I started by placing approximately 3 inches of ready-to-use concrete mix into a 5 gallon bucket. This was the size I preferred.
Tedward on Aug 05, 2019
Please think twice before posting projects. These projects are so intriguing for most people who may not be very knowledgeable in building anything. Think about the families with little children! If someone were to make this project and not have the base of the legs at a safe distance apart, what would happen to a little toddlers foot if it feel over on him? That is a lot of weight sitting up there on a tippy 3 legged stool. Making a nice radius top and bottom of the seat helps soften the bumps for those little ones too. I love those little guys to bits and hate to see them get hurt on our account. I wish I could be looking over your shoulder to help all of you. Thanks to you all. Please keep up the good work.