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20 DIY Ideas That Can Be Done with Concrete

Still have some concrete at home? Let’s make something with it. Today, we’ve gather you these 20 ideas that you can do with concrete. Trust us, all of these ideas are unique and can make your home look more beautiful than before.

All of the projects below incorporate some concrete and turn them into something amazing. So, what are you waiting for? Scroll down and be ready for your next DIY projects using concrete!

You’ll have to build a small box out of wood and then use that box to mold your concrete and once the concrete has set, remove the box and add your lamp

You just mold your magnets in a silicone ice cube tray and then add a magnet

You can turn a small bag of concrete into several of these lovely vases and have enough left over for other projects, as well

This concrete stool would be perfect for a workshop and you can make it for around $5

This concrete serving tray is perfect for outdoor entertaining and the gold handles are a nice decorative touch

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This lovely DIY cement pots can be used as planters, vases, or holders for other types of items

This DIY concrete fire pit is deep and use brick and lava rock at the bottom which helps absorb the heat

Take an old drawer, some wood, and some cement, and create a solid block that serves as a minimalist nightstand

If you liked the cement votive we’ve shown you today, you are going to love this new idea which allows you to create concrete votive with lace patterns

Concrete shelves are durable, sturdy, easy to make, and can be made in various widths and lengths, to hold just about anything you want them to

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This is an interesting thing you can make for the garden. you need foam numbers and a mold in any shape and size you want

Find a mold with an interesting shape, pour concrete into it, let it dry, take it out and attach the decoration to cardboard or foam and frame it

Concrete is not exactly the best material for a vase but it can be if you make a concrete cylinder or another type of base and you insert a test tube in its center.

Choose any shape and design you want by creating a mold to your liking. then simply pour the concrete into the mold and attach the clock mechanism

Another useful project can be a concrete cutting board. to make one, you need a plastic mold, concrete mix, a wire whisk, a stir stick, water and canola oil

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The four pendant lamps shown here were each made using two different-sized plastic bottles for molds

Pour yourself an endless supply of bowls in any size you can shape by making this DIY concrete bowl

For a mere $50 and a saturday’s worth of work, you can have this modern coffee table

Although the project requires a little heavy lifting, the payoff is a trough-style planter that low cost and versatility

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These lovely ring cones are made out of concrete, and offer the perfect place to keep all of those pretty stacking rings of yours organized

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