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Here’s an interesting project with an old towel that you don’t like using anymore… a cement/concrete towel planter!
It might seem like an expert’s job to some of you but this planter is actually a very basic concrete project – quick and easy! 🙂
All you have to remember for this DIY project, as with any projects involving concrete, is that it is important to wear protective gloves at all times to prevent poisoning.
It is also important to make sure that your towel is really soaked with the concrete mix, so that you don’t end up with a weak and soft planter. Therefore the amount of concrete mix that you need will depend on the size and number of towels you wish to turn into planters. One bucket can cover about one big towel and two small towels. 🙂
Get more concrete towel planter ideas from our album below and learn how to do it by heading over to the step-by-step tutorial!
You’ll need these materials:
- 1/2 bag of Quikrete
- 2 5-gallon Buckets
- 1 Towel
- Gloves (for concrete work)
And these tools:
- 1 Mixing Stick (for concrete)
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Thanks to The Rustic Willow for this great project. You can get step-by-step instructions here…