This episode shows how to make modern DIY succulent planter boxes using simple woodworking skills.
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This set of wooden planter boxes is a fairly easy woodworking project that you can make in a single day. These geometric succulent planters are also something you could batch out to sell at a craft fair. Each set of planters is made from a single 3×3 wood turning block (make sure to get one at least 12”-14” long). The planter liners are inexpensive steel condiment / sauce cups you can get on Amazon (link below). Alternatively, you can 3D print planter liners if you have a 3D printer (email me for the .STL file).
The design of the geometric planters focuses on the continuous grain through all three planters, which is the result of cutting all the planters from a single piece of wood (I used maple and walnut). I painted the ends with spray paint, which really highlights the faceted geometric shapes of the planters.
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o Hikoki/Metabo HPT Cordless Miter Saw: http://bit.ly/2Zx6quE
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