Here is a simple cement Christmas tree decor project for all you minimalists at heart.
In this post I’ll show you how to make colorful paint-tinted cement tealight candle holders, an easy afternoon project.
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Add some color to your DIY cement decor projects using latex paint as colorant. Learn how to create unique colorful decor such as succulent planters, bowls, vases, and plates.
Upcycle some wood shims! This wood shim wall art is made of ordinary 16-inch construction cedar wood shims glued together.
I’m back from vacation and ready to make more furniture and decor! Let’s get to it!
- 16 inch wood shims
- Titebond 3 (or another wood glue)
- four bar clamps (length depends the length of your shim wood art)
- polyurethane (or another finish)
The 16-inch cedar wood shims I used for this project commonly come in packages of 42 at home improvement stores. I bought four packages (168 total shims) at Menards, but I didn’t use all of these. After I opened the packages, I sorted them into “keepers” and “other.” My (more…)