How to Make Concrete Tree Stump

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About: My Small Workshop. To develop and build on the ideas that I have.

I need a Tree stump for placing a plant pot. But i love trees So I won't cut it.

I have an idea to make a tree stump from concrete. And I will make it for you to watch.

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Step 1: Materials and Equipment

1. Newspaper

2. Sand

3. Wire mesh

4. Brick trowel

5.Mortar cement

6. Mortar mixing bucket

7. broom

8. wood stalk

9. Wire cut scissors

10.Cement color

Step 2: Wire Cutting

1.Cut the wire mesh to the desired size.

2.Make a cylinder. By using the wire.

Step 3: Make a Mold

1.Put newspaper in to prevent sand getting off.

2.Pour the sand into it.

3.Closed wire mesh

Step 4: Mixing Mortar

Mix cement and water in a ratio of 2: 1, 2 parts mortar, 1 part water. And mix well.

Step 5: Plastering Around Roughly

Plastered rough

Step 6: Texture Decoration

Draw textures like old wood.By using a wood sliver 3-4 pieces to draw the line.Then decorated with a trowel.

When finished Use a broom to sweep away debris, concrete.

Step 7: Paint

  1. Use the yellow, orange and green spray paint to make the color of the wood core.
  2. Use paint for fiber cement To make it look like a bark

Step 8: Finally

Wait for the color to dry. Pour out sand. And can be used to decorate the garden.

You can watch the step-by-step video. Have fun with landscaping.

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    AussieAlf

    25 days ago

    Great job Patsakorn, quite realistic. I would probably bury it a little in the soil to hide the bottom line.
    Next job is to fix that bench properly before you come a cropper.
    Cheers...

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