DIY Hypertufa Hand Planters

As I mentioned in my previous post (here), DIY hypertufa hand tutorials are not very easy to come by online.

I’ve just found one more such article, from Jenise, over at DIYFunIdeas.com. If you’ve been following my blog or reading some of my posts, you probably know already that I periodically post links to good tutorials for making various hypertufa garden art objects here. As I type this, I’ve posted well over a dozen (close to two dozens) of such links thus far.

If you are in to DIY hypertufa to any extent, you probably know already that hands are one of the most difficult hypertufa garden art objects to make but Jenise makes it as easy as it could possibly be done. In fact, something I can confidently tell you now is that in my opinion, Jenise’s how-to tutorial is The Best out of all that I have posted so far. (I would not be really surprised if she would make a great teacher. :-))

While this tutorial is written with flowing text (and not in a numbered or bulleted, step-by-step manner), it provides all the necessary DIY and how-to information including the recipe etc. in an easy to follow style, with plenty of (beautiful) pictures all along the way.

To sum up, if you’re interested in making great looking hands and/or hand-shaped planters with hypertufa, I (strongly) suggest you check out the article – DIY Concrete Hand Planters and Bowls – at the link below. The least I can assure you is that you’ll not be disappointed:

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http://diyfunideas.com/diy-concrete-hand-planters-bowls/

DIY Hypertufa Hands

Like DIY hypertufa birdbaths (as mentioned in my previous post here), good and useful hypertufa hands tutorials too are not so easy to come by online.

Here is just such a tutorial that explains how to make a hypertufa hand.

Created by Pam from HouseOfHawthorns.com, this how-to article, with running text and some great pictures, will help you make a hand with hypertufa. Improvising after a previously failed attempt, Pam finally got her hypertufa hand right and she shares the details of the successful method here:

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http://www.houseofhawthornes.com/2013/05/hypertufa-hands-succulents.html