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Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Hypertufa Gardening Video - Water Fountain Part 1

By Jamie Boyle

Here's a short hypertufa video on another water fountain project we've been tinkering on the last little while. Take a look and see.



In the near future I will be posting more videos of us doing hypertufa so you can all see. I'll show people step by step on how to make hypertufa and more. Stay tuned for more updates! Spring is here and that just means more hypertufa ahead!

6 Comments:

Jean said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving all the nice comments. I was planning to make some hypertufa plant holders as soon as it's warm enough. Can't wait to check out all your information. Jean

Anonymous said...

not really sure what this video is for. You could have taken a photo and provided the same.

Hypertufa Gardening said...

Yeah I could have taken a photo of this hypertufa project instead of making a video of it. Well I guess that was my choice and decision to do so since it's my blog right!

No one is forcing you to watch it. If your a thinker like me or other people out there a video can show people a wide array of angles that a picture won't. I study, observe and watch videos to get ideas and see how things are created. If this helps people with the video, then great! That was my purpose.

This hypertufa video was made for people interested in this new way of making cool things using hypertufa.

A word of advice to you " Anonymous ", if you don't have anything positive to say, don't say it at all.

Thanks for stopping by MY blog!

Sincerely,

Jamie Boyle
Hypertufa Gardening

Suz said...

Well, I like your video, Jamie. You and your brother are very talented! Your respect for him is also evident. What a great way to spend quality time together. Cherish that. SO my question...the top horizontal edge of your pond..is that made from a well crafted wood form filled with hypertufa or is that some other material? I have never made anything from hypertufa and think I should start with a pot before the pond :))

Laurie said...

I love the shape and the finished look. What and how did you finish it off to have that great textured look.
Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Are you still blogging? I see the last date having been in March? I like all the ideas and photos, but if your not i'll look for another site for inspiration.

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