High-quality, weather-resistant, cement-like casting compound that you can use to make your own concrete pieces.
Mixing ratio: 1.5 part water to 10 parts concrete Mix the mixture in a bowl or plastic bucket. Don't forget to wear gloves. Pour into an acrylic, plastic, or silicone mould or one you have made yourself from laminated cardboard. Any metal wire or candle bobeches, etc. must be put in the wet casting compound. If necessary, place something with a little weight on top so that the bobeches remain where they should during the drying process. Leave to dry until the next day in the mould. Remove from the mould but leave to dry if the concrete feels damp..
Concrete is far from dull and grey. On the contrary, it gives a raw, unpolished look to your home decor, which you can see in various home DIY projects:.
- Turn your trash into small decorative treasures and use the used milk or juice cartons as moulds. Cast your sculptures into it and place the finished concrete works on the table, shelf or window sill
- Create concrete tletters hat can act as bookends for the home library, and categorize your favourite literature in a uniquely decorative way
Concrete is a fantastic material to work with, especiallyfor hobby use. It is extra-fine grained, making it perfect for decorative objects such as candlesticks, tealight holders, bowls and miniature houses, all of which can be cast from concrete moulds. You can choose to buy finished moulds, or you can make your own from used milk cartons and juice cartons, thus earning extra points on the recycling account. Start bringing the whole family together immediately with fun concrete projects and be inspired by our creative idea for it.