$ 25 DIY Versailles Planter | Hometalk

Mart 20, 2021 0 Yazar: admin

I love planters! Planters that live in a hilly, sloping part of the state are a must if you want to add color to your garden. I’ve been in love with the Versailles planters for years, but for more than $ 500 to $ 600 each, they’ve been out of reach. I created a quick and easy way to make one for around $ 25! Opting for a smaller planter can easily cut the price in half! That’s a $ 400 to $ 500 savings! Even better, these are so easy to make that you can do it in a day. Note: You can find more detailed instructions on the blog.

The end product.

The overall dimensions.

Lay 5-22 “cedar dog ear fence pickets side by side. Use a brad nailer to attach a 17.5” L- 1 “x 3” piece of fur strip to the top and bottom of the picket line. Repeat this process three times (four sidewalls in total).

Drill 2 pocket holes at the top and bottom of the first and fifth cedar wood pieces on each panel. Select two panels and attach a 24 “1” x 2 “strip of fur on each side.

Attach the remaining two panels to the 24 “-1” x 2 “strips of fur.

After you’ve determined the depth you want, attach the 4-20.5 “cedar dog ear fence pickets. Make sure you place them so that there is drainage.

Attach the X. This one is pretty self explanatory. It was hard to get the diagram perfect, but you can see on the actual picture of the planter where the 45 degree angles rest (basically the top and bottom corners).

Pin the weed liner to the inside of the planter and add pieces of lattice to the edge. That’s it! Simply color or paint as desired, add a water barrier / protectant, and enjoy!

The end product.

The end product.

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