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How To Easily Make Your Own Minimalist Concrete Decor

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Through your many years of organizing, DIY decorating, and excessive crafting, you've achieved a level of perfection barely even seen in magazines.

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But you shoot for the moon every time. Step your game up a bit higher with these ~minimalist~ magnetic concrete cubes.

You'll need a few things. Crafting star that you are, you might already have most of them. But just in case:

* 1.5 inch / 2.5 centimeter wooden cube

* Hand drill

* Mini table vise, $7.95

* Coconut oil

* Large ice cube silicone tray, $12
# Strong earth magnets, $4.99

* Hot glue

* Disposable gloves

* Plastic bucket

* Concrete, $3.99

* Liquid gold leaf, $8.66

* Screw Hook, $6.99

* Sand paper

4. Combine enough water and concrete mix to fill each silicone cup to the halfway mark.

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Follow the instructions on the concrete you buy to determine the water to concrete ratio.

8. After letting them sit for an hour, pull the blocks out by screwing hooks into the holes.

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The concrete should still be wet, but dry enough to hold it’s shape.

Watch the full tutorial here.

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