16 DIY Crafts to Make with Concrete

How to make diy cement projects for diy home decor that are modern and creative.  These trendy at home projects and concrete diy projects include pendant lighting, a frame, diy cement pots, countertops, table, necklace, candle holders, fireplace and flooring to name a few.  These cement and concrete projects are sure to make a statement!  

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Concrete DIY Projects

1.  Concrete Pendant Lighting ~ Learn how to make your own lighting.  These lights are great for those with a flair for modern and industrial home decor. 

2.  Restoration Hardware Concrete Fire Column ~ Who doesn’t love a good knock off hack?!  Diane shows you how to make Restoration Hardware fire columns using concrete tubes and concrete. 

3.  DIY Concrete Picture Frame ~  Looking for a unique way to display a great picture or work of art in your home? Look no further!  Some supplies you’ll need are an empty cereal box and concrete.

4.  DIY Concrete Coasters ~ These coasters are perfectly chic and great for entertaining! Plus, with the great tutorial found in this post you can make a set for your home!  Makes a great hostess gift too!

5.  DIY Outdoor Kitchen Island Countertop {countertops} ~ Concrete countertops are a good option for those wanting something affordable and durable. Here is a tutorial with tips on diy fabrication and installation.

6.  DIY Concrete Votives ~ These concrete votives are simply gorgeous! I especially love the metallic paint.  Use empty soda cans and water bottles as concrete forms.

7.  DIY Concrete Hearts Necklace ~ Who would have thought that you could make jewelry out of concrete?!  This gorgeous heart necklace was made using a gemstone mold and concrete.

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DIY Cement Projects

8.  DIY Cement Easter Eggs ~ Blown out eggs are used for cement molds to create beautiful home decor.  You can leave plain or paint them.  Either way they’re gorgeous! 

9.  Cake Stand ~ I’ve seen so many darling DIY cake stand ideas! Here is an easy {and inexpensive} tutorial on how to make a cake stand or cupcake plate.  A plastic cup and cake pan make great cement molds.

10.  DIY Concrete Letter & Ampersand ~ Ampersands and letters are really trendy home decor.  Learn how to make your own using cement.  They’re not only perfect for home decor, but also engagement pictures, baby announcements and birthday parties.

11.  DIY Lace Cement Votives ~ Try using strips of lace to make a decorative impression on your cement projects.

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DIY Cement Pots

12.  DIY Gold Leaf Cement PotsNow that the weather is cold, all you out there with a green thumb have turned to the indoor plant varieties. This post features a way to plant those indoor plants in style! Using cement, recycled containers and gold leafing you’ll create a trendy accessory for your home.

13.  DIY Molded PlanterThis cement planter is a super chic way to decorate your home with plants! A relatively easy project to tackle thanks to this great tutorial. Perfect to display in your kitchen, office or really any room of your home!

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At Home Projects

14.  DIY Concrete Floor ~ Ever notice that high-end boutiques all have concrete floors? Here’s the diy tutorial for your next flooring project.

15.  DIY Concrete Countertops ~ If you are looking for an inexpensive countertop solution, concrete might be your answer! Come see how to pour your own beautiful kitchen counters.

16.  Concrete Fireplace ~ Do you have a fireplace that could use a little updating? If so, check out this tutorial where you’ll learn how to cover a brick fireplace with concrete! An inexpensive way to create a modern fresh look!


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