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Hypertufa, the Look of Carved Stone

By goldfinch4
March 26, 2010

Do you like the looks of carved stone planters? Then hypertufa is for you. Here is my recipe and instructions on how to make your own unique trough, bowl, or box.

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Name: Charleen
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Ridesredmule
Mar 27, 2010 6:37 PM CST
Oh, I am going to make me one of these this summer. Last year they fell apart. Got to try again.
I did stepping stones with no problem, just the pot wasn't right. Loved the article. Thanks.
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goldfinch4
Mar 28, 2010 4:30 AM CST
Thanks Charleen. Be sure to really pack the mix into your mold hard. I think they will fall apart if molded too loose. You'll do good - I've seen some of your other projects and they've turned out beautiful!
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