How To Make Blue Concrete Powder In Minecraft
Everything you need to craft Blue Concrete Powder in Minecraft
Concrete powder in Minecraft is basically a combination of sand and gravel that is hardened with water and can be used as a building block. The normal concrete powder acts like sand or gravel and falls down if there's no block underneath it. The concrete powder can be dyed with any color dye available in the game; to make blue concrete, you’ll need a blue dye.
Here are the items you’ll need to craft Blue Concrete Powder:
- 4x Sand
- 4x Gravel
- 1x Blue Dye
- Crafting Table
How to craft Blue Concrete Powder in Minecraft
Sand is a block affected by gravity and can be found in large quantities in the desert biome of Minecraft. To mine sand at fast speeds, try using a shovel with enchantment on it, and you’ll be able to mine a lot of sand in a short period.
Like sand, Gravel is a gravity-affected block in Minecraft and can be found throughout the Minecraft world in caves and other places. The gravel block can be mined using a shovel. On mining gravel, you’ll sometimes get gravel block and sometimes flint as well.
Crafting Blue dye
Minecraft has a lot of different dyes to offer to the player; blue dye is just one of them. To acquire blue dye, you’ll have to get a hold of Lapis Lazuli, a type of ore used in enchanting and is found in the underworld. You can also get blue dye by using the flower called Cornflower, which can be found in plains biomes, mostly meadows.
Crafting Blue Concrete Powder
Once you have all the necessary items at your disposal, simply put them on the crafting table according to the recipe shown above. You’ll have crafted your very own Blue Concrete Powder in Minecraft.
To turn this concrete powder into regular concrete blocks, you’ll have to place the powder on a surface and then pour water on it, or you can place them directly in a waterlogged area.
What is the give command to get Blue Concrete Powder in Minecraft?
The command to give yourself blue concrete powder: /give @p blue_concrete_powder 1