Fab begins to add the hypertufa on top of the concrete layer on her leaf platter. The concrete layer goes down first over the leaves on the form because it picks up the delicate texture and design of the leaves. It waterproofs the platter as well, making a perfect bird puddler.
Sisters loves to learn how to make hypertufa together and Joan and Carol are no exception. They had a great time laughing and learning together.
Shiloh puts the finishing touches on the edge of her box planter. A neat, finished edge is one sign of a well-made hypertufa piece.