9 Clever DIY Projects That Use Plaster

Posted by Meghan Quinones

Plaster of Paris is no longer just for patching up walls. You can use it to create gorgeous home decor projects!

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When I think of plaster, I typically associate it with home improvement projects (you know, like patching up walls?!). That's not the case anymore!

Crafty projects using plaster have been popping up all over the internet. From pretty candle holders, to decorative vases. Since plaster dries white, you can customize it by adding a pop of color to it with a little paint! If you are in favor of a more clean, modern look, you can leave the plaster white which is also gorgeous.

What are you waiting for? It's time to head to your local hardware store and scoop up some plaster and get crafting!

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Add some ambiance to your home with these DIY Plaster Candle Votives via Paper and Stitch.

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Getting married? Planning a party? These DIY Note/Place Card Holders via Make & Fable are just the party decor you need!

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Transform a boring bookshelf with these eye-catching (and functional!) DIY Quotation Make Bookends via A Beautiful Mess.

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These DIY Faux Plaster Cactus Ring Holders via Vitamini are made by dipping a plastic cactus piece in plaster to give it the cool plaster look! So easy!

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Pineapple crafts are always good in my book. These DIY Pineapple Magnets via burkatron are perfection. The gold paint takes them to the next level!

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If you are looking for a modern way to light a room, you need to make this DIY Candle Holder via atilio. It looks like something you would spend a ton of money on at a home goods store!

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Make this DIY Diamond Plaster Paper Weight via The Crafted Life. Trust me, your desk with thank you and your co-workers will be envious of your new desk accessory!

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Store your office suppiies in style with this DIY Desk Organizer via The Lovely Drawer.

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These Plaster Flower Votives via Design Mom are actually fake flowers that have been dipped in plaster. Who knew?