“Hypertufa How-To Manual” – Garden Art PDF eBook

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Finally, an all inclusive step-by-step information resource to help you produce beautiful, long lasting hypertufa troughs, planters, totems, spheres — just about anything you can think of. Your imagination is your only limitation! You can learn to be creative using the peat-moss based recipe called Hypertufa.

I've worked hard to produce a thorough, clearly explained no-nonsense tutorial for anyone who desires to learn to create garden art with hypertufa.

Everything you'll need to know is explained, including: important safety considerations; how to avoid recipe failures; successful curing techniques; where to locate hard-to-find ingredients; and much much more.

Claudia has really outdone herself with this eBook tutorial! She's shared all her expert advice and special hypertufa tips with us.

"The Hypertufa How-To Manual" is extremely thorough and easy to read. I have already gotten the hang of working with hypertufa and was successful with my first trough project. I think anyone wanting to learn how to make planters, rocks and other things with this interesting concoction will not be disappointed in what this eBook will teach them.

I don't think Claudia has left anything out. It's a great value and I'll be referring to it often. A wonderful 'tufa crafter's reference source!

I've put my years of experience and research into "The Hypertufa How-To Manual and I'm pleased to be able to finally say it is now available for purchase and IMMEDIATE download.

Whether you are a beginner — or moving into intermediate level skills, this eBook will be an invaluable resource for you to refer back to time and time again. With its colorful photographs and comprehensive information, you will be able to create wonderful, whimsical, or practical hypertufa garden art objects each and every time.

I've done my very best to structure "The Hypertufa How-To Manual" eBook as a reference guide that will arm you with all the tips and techniques needed to tackle any type of basic-to-intermediate level project. There is a wealth of knowledge in this book! It's all here and available for immediate download.

If you're wondering about the value of the information I've provided, please read these unsolicited, kind compliments I received from an honored "fellow" of the American Concrete Institute who purchased my eBook. (I could not have paid anyone to write this!) In addition, Sally is a past president of an ACI chapter, and was active for many years with the Quality and Specifications Committee of the Kentucky Ready Mixed Concrete Association.

Dear Claudia, Your eBook is amazing! You have incorporated a lot of sound technical and historical information, yet kept it readable and interesting.

I really like your emphasis on safety. I have seen the crippling effects of concrete poisoning on finishers, amateur and professional, who did not take necessary precautions. (I must admit to having had an occasional brush with contact dermatitis when I was not careful enough around freshly mixed concrete in my 33 years of working with it.)

It is a top notch book. Its practical suggestions should prevent a lot of common errors for people just discovering the material.

And here are a few more totally unsolicited testimonies from people who have taken the time to write to me and personally thank me for the information I've shared in my eBook:

Dear Claudia, I had to write to tell you how impressed I am with the information in "The Hypertufa How-To Manual"!

It is so well written and the explanations are so thorough. It is worth every penny and then some. Thank you!

Hi Claudia, My wife and I recently began a hypertufa project that we saw in a local newspaper a few months ago. It was fun working together to make a small trough! I started to browse the Internet looking for more hypertufa info, and found your eBook and went ahead and purchased it.

We are pretty enthused about trying to make hollow spheres. Every Spring, our city has a city-wide garage sale. For a few years, we have been selling garden related products, and have many customers who return to us each year. We think we'd like to add some hypertufa items, like the hollow spheres, to what we sell.

We look forward to many tips and ideas from your eBook to make this fun and successful. Thanks for offering the benefit of your experience through the eBook!

Using hypertufa to create from the most utilitarian to the most whimsical garden art objects is a relatively simple process requiring a minimal amount of ingredients and tools. Portland cement, peat moss and perlite can be used, along with an old wire brush and screwdriver to act as embellishing tools.

The basic "how-tos" couldn't be less complicated. Yet the possibilities for design and creative innovation are practically endless. I always tell students "your imagination is your ONLY limitation".

This eBook is a literal treasure trove of hypertufa making tips and techniques. Here are five more reasons why you should buy this eBook and tap into this excellent resource today:

#1 It offers clearly explained instructions. I've done my very best to over-deliver with my explanations on how to proceed through each and every project.

#2 The information is not overwhelming. The instructions are presented in a clear, easy-to-follow manner that even older children would have no problem understanding.

#3 You don't have to spend a lot of money. I have included many ways to save money by making your own forms; using existing objects for great molds; even using some common, household ingredients in place of more expensive commercially available products.

#4 "The Hypertufa How-To Manual" is comprehensive. This eBook extensively covers all the mixing, application and curing techniques you'll need to know for any hypertufa project you undertake. It is also full of helpful time-saving and money-saving tips, tricks and techniques that even more experienced 'tufa makers will find beneficial. This eBook also contains an extensive list of...


 

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