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concrete bag retaining wall- I have this in my backyard! We love ours and need to do another area. It's very cost effective. It curves, if you want it to. And it looks like stacked stone.

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Make Your Own Concrete Planters

Make Your Own Concrete Planters

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DIY walkway. use a picture frame with multiple spaces, and a bag of cement. - Click image to find more Gardening Pinterest pins

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Concrete Serving Tray Project

It doesn’t take much more than an inexpensive bag of cement and some cardboard to create this cool, industrial-chic concrete serving tray. It was created by decor and DIY expert Amy Kim, who blogs at Homey Oh My! See the full tutorial on The Home Depot Blog. || @homeyohmy

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from Just Craft & DIY Projects

Get Inspired With These Diy Garden Mosaics Projects

Geinig, Mozaiek op een plat met halve theekopjes erop bevestigd - om kruiden of vetplantjes in te planten - iets unieks voor in je tuin! ~~~ Mosaic board with half-teacups/coffee mugs - to plant succulents and/or herbs - unique garden decor!

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Easy Concrete Bag Retaining Wall. Stack up bags of concrete to form a wall. Hose them down with water. They harden and later the bags decompose leaving a super hard wall behind. No molds, no mixing, no pouring, no rentals, no mess! Don't like the look? You can cover it with a veneer later.

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from Princess Pinky Girl

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DIY walkway. use a picture frame with multiple spaces, and a $4.00 bag of cement. Prettier and cheaper way to do a walk.....like!

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DIY Concrete Pavers - make molds out of 2x4's and plywood with inside measurements of approximately 24" square which then will take one 60 lb. bag of Quikcrete.

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made these rocks out of boxes covered with garbage bags, then covered the boxes with chicken wire, then covered rock with about 3 inches of pigmented hypertufa (portland cement, sand, peat moss mix). Gardenweb has a hupertufa forum that is interesting.

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Prayers for the new year written in pencil on cement bags by Naftali Stern on the eve of the Jewish year 5705 – 1944 in the forced labor camp Wolfsberg in Germany.

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