How to Make these Carved Wooden Planters + Triangle Stands!

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Today we are going to share with you:

DIY Carved Hexagon Planter with Plant Stand

Using what you have at home is a GREAT exercise if you are creatively stumped, so I highly recommend giving it a try the next time you feel uninspired.

Take a look at both builds in this time-lapse video tutorial of these beautiful textured hexagonal pots and also these modern easy-to-make flower pot holders!

Materials & Tools

  • hex planters: 1/2″x 6″ x 6ft poplar board (1 per planter)
  • plant stands: 1 inch wooden dowel (1 per stand)
  • pencil
  • miter saw
  • orbital sander
  • sandpaper
  • measuring tape
  • safety gear (glasses, hearing protection, breathing mask)
  • stain
  • spray paint
  • clamps
  • die grinder + burrs (I got mine from Harbor Freight)
  • Dremel
  • Saburr Tooth 1/8″ shank sphere (coarse)
  • wood glue
  • Ryobi 23-gauge pin nailer
  • Garden Seal (or similar sealer)

Enjoy The Video

Source: Ugly Duckling House with Sarah Fogle

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