How to Build a DIY Wood Address Planter

How to Build a DIY Wood Address Sign With Planter Box:

Step 1: You need to buy a piece of wood at your local hardware store or lumber yard. You can use any kind of wood, but it must not have too much knots in it. If you want to build one yourself, then you will need some tools such as chisels, screw drivers and other hand tools.

Step 2: Cut out the shape of the wood and drill holes in it using a hole saw. Make sure that you do not damage the wood. Then glue them together using superglue or similar adhesive. Do not forget to sand off any dust from the surface of the board before gluing it back together!

Step 3: After attaching the boards together, you can now attach them to each other using screws. Screwing the boards together is very easy. Just follow these simple steps:

1) Place two pieces of wood on top of each other so that they are exactly half way up the wall.

(You can place them on either side if you prefer.)

2) Use a screwdriver to drive into both sides of the board until it comes out from between the two pieces.

You may need to turn over and push down on it a bit while driving in to avoid damaging anything else.

Step 4: You can now drill a small hole into the board and then use a small bolt to bolt it into place. This step is optional and you can just screw it in place without bolting it together.

Step 5: Now you can now start painting or staining the wood. When you are finished you can place all of the pieces where you want them to go. Make sure to put a nice layer of sealer on all of the pieces to protect them from the weather.

You can now place small plants around your planter boxes or you can place long grass in a tray and secure it with a few bolts.

More information about building your own address planter box or house number sign with planter box you can get here: how to build a wood address sign with planter box.

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