Started out with a mold and wire screen
Making a rock planter
Rump Bump show us more. You have a great body form for the art craft you are showing. Your pix are very well done. Thanks.
This is great, I've been away from here for awhile. I don't if I'm supposed to post on here or not. But I love that you are showing how to make this from the very beginning. Thank you.. I may try this.
I really like the earth tones peeping through. Patiently waiting for the finish shots.
oooh! OOOH! hurry up with that wire brush step... I cant wait to see the results! This is way too cool! Thanks for sharing!
Ted, wonderful job on the instruction step by step. Could you please share a little more information on the 'fibers' that you use, so for those of us that are seriously consider this project will know to go about making our own?
Ted, that came out great. It looks like a volcanic rock.. I bet some of those would make a great fountain.
Ted................I really appreciate your offering of your talents. That is one very nice job you just shared. I'm still backed up on a major patio happening but by crackies I shall try to mimic your project sometime later this summer. You licked one problem by leaving the pot in place. No need to wait. You can plant right away if you wish.
If the pot were removed and curing time as well as the cement chemistry getting settled down were an issue what else would you do?
My two cents.................This seems better in all respects than planting directly in the created cement. Thanks again.