Outdoor Project Building Projects For The Great Outdoors Is Always A Fun Thing To Do And This Planter Will Surely Turn Heads
Outdoor project building projects for the great outdoors is always a fun thing to do and this planter will surely turn heads is article about Magazine bookmarked by terrence with ID 12610747070 was uploaded on 22-03-2019 and has been viewed 714 times.
Build a Hexagonal Planter Photos by Tracy Munday; Illustration by Len Churchill INFO: DIFFICULTY - 2/5, LENGTH/TIME - 2/5, COST - 2/5 Most indoor woodworking projects are only seen by a few people.It's only when you start to create projects for the great outdoors that you can show off your work to lots of other people.
This planter is quite unique and can be customized in terms of height and colour quite easily.Even some faux finishing techniques would come in handy with this project, and make for a great look, if that's the look you are after.
The main tool needed is a mitre saw.It will do a great job at cutting the compound angled cuts to the ends of the workpieces.A pin nailer, cordless drill and band clamp will also come in very handy during assembly.
If you don't have a mitre saw, you could use a mitre gauge in your table saw and tilt your blade to the proper angle.Get cuttingWhen cutting the boards to length to form the different levels of this planter, the length of the boards in each level differs by 2".
For instance, the top level includes pieces that are 13" long overall, while the...