The cement pots are up in the decor. They are easy to make, inexpensive and very versatile. And if you're wondering how to make one, you've come to the right place. Let's show you in this post how to make a simple cement vessel and how to make a cement vessel with a towel, both with a very simple step by step. Check out:
How to make a cement pot: step by step
The first step to making your cement vessel is to gather the necessary materials listed below. This step by step is both for making round or square cement vessels, the shape of the vessel will vary according to the mold chosen. Take note of the materials:
- Cement and sand (you can also replace these two items with mortar)
- Vaseline or cooking oil
- Spoon or mason's shovel
- Plastic jars to serve as mold (do not use glass, unless you want it to remain with the pot)
- Bucket or large bowl to make the mix
Step-by-step video of the cement vessel
Step by step of the cement vessel
- Using the bowl or bucket, mix four pieces of sand to one of cement and add water until a homogeneous consistency and not too thick, similar to a cake dough. If you prefer to use mortar, just add water until you reach the right point.
- Take the pots that will serve as mold and brush Vaseline or oil on them in the inner part. The pots that will be used to make the opening of the pot must also be anointed with oil, but only on the outside. This step is important to facilitate misinformation.
- Fill the pots with the mixture and place the smaller pot in the middle to mark the location of the plant. Fill this pot with pebbles or some other material that prevents the mold from rising.
- After about 24 to 36 hours, the vessel will be dry and ready to be uninformed. Do not forget to drill a hole in the bottom of the pot to drain the water.
- Ready. Now you can choose the little plant and set it in the new pot.
How to make a cement pot with towel: step by step
With a very different look from ordinary vases, the cement-made toilet bowl is another very sought after vessel style. So in addition to knowing how to make a round or square cement vase, you will also know, in this post, how to make a cement vase with a towel. The materials are practically the same, but we will pass item by item so that we have no doubts. Come on?
- Cement and sand (it is also possible to use mortar for this model of vessel)
- Spoon or mason's shovel
- Mixing pot
Step by step cement pot with towel
- Mix water, sand and cement or water and mortar, as indicated in the previous step by step. Remember that the mixture should not be too thick, but must be homogeneous.
- Then take the towel that will be used and soak it with water. Then immerse it in the cement mix, ensuring that all its parts have been completely covered by the dough.
- Turn the bucket upside down and cover it with the towel. The larger the towel, the larger the vase will remain, so if you want a smaller vase, cut the towel.
- Wait for the time required for drying. Then just remove the bucket and the vase will be ready.
It is worth mentioning that in both models of cement vessels, it is possible to customize by painting them of the desired color.
In a simple, quick and cheap way you can produce your home decorating objects and leave them the way you want them. Now, just choose the best place for it and enjoy the new decoration.
See 60 creative ideas for decorating with cement pot
But before you make yours, how about checking out some models ready to make you even more full of creativity? Here are some pictures of cement pots that will charm you:
Picture 1 - Pots of cement can adhere to any shape or texture, just choose the right mold.
Picture 2 - In triangle format, these cement vases won a touch of grace with the painting at the base.
Picture 3 - Cactus and the mini areca bamboo were the chosen plants for these cement vessels.
Picture 4 - The mold in the shape of cone allowed these cement vessels to fit perfectly in the supports.
Image 5 - Succulents are great options for cement pots.
Picture 6 - Glass vase served as mold for cement; but in this case the mold remains.
Picture 7 - Small and delicate as the succulents in its interior.
Image 8 - Solitary pots made of cement; hardness and coldness of the concrete in contrast to the delicacy of the flowers.
Image 9 - Pots of cement suspended; the cacti complete the rustic vase proposal.
Picture 10 - Do not pierce the bottom of pots that will only serve as support for arrangements or solitary flowers.
Image 11 - Keeping the rustic vase texture can be a good choice for those who like the style.
Picture 12 - Assemble sets of equal sizes and formats or equal sizes and different formats.
Image 13 - A touch of metallic paint and these cement vases have already had another face.
Image 14 - Paint the cement pots with pastel shades, the color looks great when combined with flowers.
Image 15 - Round cement mortar suspended.
Picture 16 - Simple details that make all the difference.
Image 17 - Mold makes all difference in the final result; choose yours with affection.
Image 18 - Textured paint on cement vessels.
Image 19 - Risk designs and shapes in the cement vessel; count on the help of a fine brush.
Image 20 - Cement vase with a larger opening aperture houses a beautiful specimen of Adam's Rib.
Image 21 - Special support of raw wood for the cement vessel.
Figure 22 - Cylindrical cement vases of different heights decorate the bathroom countertop.
Image 23 - Low cement pots are best suited for low growing plants, such as succulents.
Image 24 - Delicate arrangement inside the cement vessel.
Picture 25 - Try to color the cement pots you make in the colors that match your decor.
Image 26 - And how about betting on fun faces in the cement pot? They are easy to do.
Image 27 - Glass vessel inside the cement vessel; union between the rough and the fragile.
Image 28 - Roses bring delicacy and romanticism to the gray cement vessel.
Picture 29 - Cement on top, glass underneath; another choice of cement vessel for your home.
Picture 30 - It does not look like cement: painting and the metallic designs changed the whole look of these vessels.
Image 31 - Among the vibrant colors and the gray is this cement vessel with succulents.
Image 32 - Without too many painting skills? Risk at least some brushstrokes without compromise like the ones of these vessels.
Image 33 - Cement pots for wall.
Image 34 - The upper dome of cement confers direct light on the plant.
Image 35 - A cement house for succulents.
Image 36 - This cement vessel resembles a Tsuru, the typical Japanese folding bird.
Image 37 - Cement vessel suspended by twine wires.
Image 38 - Plants in test tubes have gained an ideal support made of cement; another option to accommodate the plants in a different way.
Picture 39 - Similar to a block of cement, this vessel goes far beyond accommodating only plants.
Picture 40 - With the right molds it is possible to make incredible cement pots and, best of all, in a very personalized way.
Image 41 - Lamp and succulent in the cement vessel; a modern and functional decoration.
Image 42 - If you have not yet surrendered to the cement pots, this image will make you change your mind.
Image 43 - Duo of colors in cement pot.
Image 44 - Varied shapes, from the simplest to the most complex, are possible with the cement vessels.
Image 45 - White rhinestones finish the decoration of the vase.
Image 46 - To escape from the common, decentralize the opening of the vessel; see how interesting the final result is.
Image 47 - Glass vases inside the cement vase leave the decor more elegant.
Image 48 - Aerated cement balls stand out in the middle of the painting.
Image 49 - Paint the cement vessel with varying shades of gray to white; the effect is like that of the image.
Image 50 - Personalization is never too much; bet on the drawings and figures that best express the proposal of your decoration.
To give a more sophisticated air to your cement vessel, invest in a frame like that.
Image 52 - A bottle mold and the result is that! Is not it pretty?
Image 53 - Amethysts, crystals and quartz glued to the cement vessel; What do you think of the idea?
Picture 54 - And how about leaving a little space to serve as a mug door in the cement vase that will remain in the office?
Image 55 - Succulents and cement pot make a perfect match.
Image 56 - Cement blocks can turn pot and you need not even bother to do.
Image 57 - A touch of sophistication: marbled paint on cement pot.
Image 58 - Vase and picture frame together: double function for the same object.
Image 59 - If you love succulents you can make a long cement vase and plant them all together.
Image 60 - Cement puzzle; union of the pieces forms a single vessel.