I already have a few hours invested in Hobbit Haven and wasn’t happy with any painted options that I imagined for the top of the house. I wanted dimensional “hedge growth”, so I’m trying a technique of soaking fabric in cement slurry (watery cement). The idea is that the cemented fabric can be draped over an object, formed as needed, and then left to cure and dry.
The hedge growth will be a separate papercrete piece to work with. If I like the result, I’ll permanently attach it to the house. If I don’t like it, I can try again, or do something different.
I really hope this cemented fabric method works! I like how the textured hedge looks, so I’m crossing my fingers for success once again!
*** See the results ***
Special thanks to the sharing folks of Concrete Crafters (closed group, ask to join) and Hypertufa (Fan Club) on Facebook for their inspiration!
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