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  1. Projects Trestle Plant Stand

    Trestle Leg Plant Stand In 2018 a large ash tree was blown down in my neighbors yard. I was fortunate enough for him to allow me to have access to cut the tree up into natural edge slabs. Now that the wood is dry I made a plant stand that can be assembled as a kit for shipping. The screws in...
  2. Potting Bench

    Okay, first off I must confess, this was started last spring and I moved it from my small shop to it's permanent location for assembly. At that time I did not have material for the top and just placed a couple 2xs across the top for effect, and before I knew it, it was covered with plants and...
  3. Planter Wheelbarrow

    This is My planter wheelbarrow its also made from used pallets screwed and glued together. The whole family now want these.
  4. Plant Stands

    I built these 2 plant stands that are a total height of 28" and 47" wide. There is one that is noticeably darker than the other. The lighter of the two was first to be built. I wanted to make sure my design was solid and didn't want to waste lumber if it wasn't. I was able to take my time on the...
  5. Planter Boxes

    These Planter boxes are about (L)18" x (W)18" x (H)12". I make them with just plane old spruce 2×4's and 2×6's. All the screw holes are plugged and then the whole box gets sanded to get rid of the mill glase. Then they get stained and lined with filter cloth to keep all the dirt inside the...
  6. Assorted Sizes Multi-Tier Platn Stands

    These were made over the summer for a local event in one of our center parks that ran each Saturday from September 15th through October 20. The second and third images are of the larger sized units. The second of that group is the largest. Image #1 Small, poplar, Kona stained base, poly...
  7. window plant table

    The wife needed to bring some of her plants in for the winter and so she asked if I could build a simple table the width and height of her kitchen windowsill. Since I have just about every tool known to man, how could I refuse her. I also decided it would be a good trial for the Dowel Master...
  8. Plant Stands with Reeded Moldings by Ryan 2013

    I think I have the details of where I got the idea for the base of these plant stands on another post. I'm clearing out some end of year materials and crafting as much unique stuff as I can. I have a liking to plant stands because they really never have to be the same. Thanks for lookin'! Be...
  9. Plant Grow Station from Concrete and Walunt

    I'm making a seed starting grow station from walnut and cement in this one. The LED lights are attached to the walnut shade and suspended from the arm by wire. This makes it easy to adjust the light up and down depending on the needs of the seeds & seedlings. The stand features a bridle joint...
  10. Succulent/Cactus/Miniature-plant Planter

    My wife decided to decorate one of our kitchen countertops with a set of three succulents or other miniature plants. She bought 3 1/4" diameter by 2 5/8" tall glass cups to hold them, and she wanted a wooden planter to display them as a unified collection. Here's the planter I built for her...
  11. PLANTER HANGERS •

    Oct 20, 2020 SWMBO wants to put flower boxes along the railing of our balcony of our new sunroom. The problem is how to mount the hangers. She didnʻt want to put them on top of the handrail. My solution was to use a dovetail type hanger system. The parts included the planter box arms...
  12. Plant Tissue Culture work box

    Commisioned piece. Used for prepairing plant tissues for cultures…. basically plant cloning. Made with one sheet of 3/4" cabinet grade playwood and a sheet of plexiglass. All pieces have rabit joints and are glued and brad nailed. Box is 3 feet long , 18 inches deep. Coated with poly.
  13. How to make Plant Labels (Simple - Limited tools needed)

    In this video I will be showing you how to make these simple pegs to put in your garden to help locate plants. This is a simple built and limited tools are needed. This is a great project to waste an hour or two and can be adjusted to suit your needs. YouTube link - My channel -...
  14. Cart to hold an "Earth Box" and improve upon its tiny wheels

    This project was to improve on the "Earth Box" means of locomotion as it pertains to the roughness of our patio. The wheels that most products use are usually only good for "smooth" surfaces. In addition, I wanted to add a means of pulling since the "Earth Box is not equipped with any means of...
  15. 4 Tier Plant Stand

    This project was to add a little dimension to our landscape. It was made from 1 X 10 cedar rough one side. I used Gorilla glue and #8 X 2" FH screws. I separated the columns with a piece of 3/4: scrap. The cart sides I added later and is shown on cart for the un-weathered planter that I gave to...
  16. 3' tall Cedar wood house plant stand

    This was a 2 hour project this afternoon that I did. I am making these to sell as I know people love to have plants in there homes and something nice to put their plants on and cedar has such a pleasant smell to it when in a room in the house. I had no pattern to work from for this plant stand...
  17. Garden Box

    Had some leftover tongue and groove pine from a previous project sitting in the shop for ages. After getting some ideas I decided to make this simple garden box, only had to purchase a 2×4 and 2×2 and was ready to build it. Stained the box with a cedar stain.
  18. Large Pot Stands

    This is a quick and simple project. These are four large pot stands made from 2×6's. They were notched top and bottom so that they overlap in and "X" pattern. Each one is 26" by 26" and roughly 5" tall. I rounded and drilled holes in each end. The bottoms were cut in about an inch. They...
  19. Bench for some plants

    This was my second ww project of all my time. I didn't know how to go about it and ended up routing all the joints and it took forever. It is pretty sturdy. I think I could make this now in a couple of hours vs the 4 weeks it took me the first time. It is 4×4 cedar posts. I had more of...
  20. Designing Woodworking Projects
    Hey fellas. I'm new to this site and wood working in general, but I figured this would be the place to get a little feedback and constructive criticism. I've been doing cabinets at a local shop for a few years, and developed a love of woodworking. Over the last few years, I've taken a shine to...
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