Concrete is a modern material, which is extremely popular in home and event décor. Today I’d like to share some fresh modern concrete crafts for this spring, they will make your home more stylish and modern.
Bunnies are a symbol of Easter, and these concrete ones mix two things in one: an egg and a bunny. I love these copper wire ears! Although it makes no sense that a little bunny sits in a nest other than it has an egg shape. Still looks cute though and not everything has to be logic in home decor.
This is an Easter-themed craft and just for those who like eggs – a concrete egg holder. Why concrete? Because is a modern and minimalist material and, besides, it’s durable! You can either paint the concrete or leave it as is.
More egg crafts for Easter! Here’s an egg tray, and I love the hexagon shape and the way that this is not just an Easter craft – in fact, you can use this all year round, and swap the eggs for round fruit or small decorations.
If you haven’t had the chance to get your egg-making on, but are still hoping to squeeze in a crafting session, I’ve got just the project for you. By using eggs as molds, these cement Easter eggs are surprisingly easy to make in no time flat, and best of all, they’re reusable year after year.
Here are more concrete eggs for Easter décor! What I love about them is a lace pattern, which makes them delicate, and if you add ribbon, it will look so sweet! Read the tutorial to find out how to make such eggs.
Need cool egg cups? Use a silicone muffin pan and tea lights to create combined votives and egg cups in one! such an item will be useful not only at Easter but all year round. Paint them if you want or leave as they are.
This DIY is a concrete + cylinder vase. It’s perfect for your spring time arrangements, and even for single blooms, and it will give your home décor a stylish and modern feel. I love the simplicity of this design, especially when paired with rustic details, like that cigar box and slab of vintage wood.
You can easily transform this modern DIY concrete trivet into different shapes. By putting the concrete rods in a variety of patterns, you not only change the look of the trivet. It’s also a way to adjust the size of the trivet to suit both small saucepans and big pots and pans. Plus it folds up neatly and takes up little space in your kitchen cabinet. It’s easier than you think to create nice looking concrete rods and make holes in them without even using a drill.
Here’s something so cozy and wonderful about lighting a few candles and curling up on the couch for a movie, and these colorful spring candle holders will make your space cozier. The concrete candle holders are incredibly easy to make. You’ll need a mold and concrete, and then just follow the directions on your package to mix it up.
Make these concrete cake stands or centerpieces with bases that can be changed by simply removing one nut are a great idea for any spring or Easter party! I especially appreciate this because the look can be changed in a snap for different occasions, such as seasonally, for a baby shower, or for a tablescape having a certain color theme like for a wedding.