DIY Cement Photo Holders with Sea Lemon – HGTV Handmade

DIY Cement Photo Holders with Sea Lemon – HGTV Handmade

Sea Lemon is back with a new cement project! Display your pics with these cool DIY holders made from cement and magnets!

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40 thoughts on “DIY Cement Photo Holders with Sea Lemon – HGTV Handmade

  1. Beautiful idea..easy..simple..creative…loved them..for sure will make..Thank you..Love from India..🙋‍♀️🧚‍♀️

  2. Bud I really liked the cement photo holders they are very good great job. And I was wondering if you could do a spongbob cement photo holder

  3. Can u do more cement diys I want to try them so bad ps I love how u have all your past diys in the background

  4. i really loved the idea. I have a question. In the cement, can we add the fine sand or use only just cement. BTW I live in India

  5. Girl!! Your Shirt where is it from? I love all of your cement DIY's I went hunting for this silicon snowflake mold, can't wait to try this one!

  6. smart! wondering if you're about to finish your whole bag of cement :)) although i do love seeing your works! 😀

  7. Awesome! An inexpensive Christmas present that I can make tons of in no time! I think these would look cool with resin and glitter too, but not in my budget lol.

  8. These are so cute. You are so creative!! I've never wanted to work with cement before these vids. Thanks for opening my mind to a new medium of art!! ❤️❤️

  9. your cement projects are soo amazing! 🙂
    i wonder, how we make them colorful? can we add color when we are making cement?
    i love your diys and ideas!
    love you tooooo! :)))

  10. You are just so creative! I was wondering; was there reason why you didn't put the magnets directly into the cement? Would be good for me to know for future reference if there is a reason.

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