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Are you ready to learn how to be a paver, a planner? I have such a cool (and easy) tutorial for you today!I'm the first person that I'm not a do-it-yourselfer by nature. In my family feels a little weird, because my parents can build everything.Don’t get me wrong – she passed on a few good skills to me. I can knit and sew and, as you can see, decoupage . . . but I didn’t you learn the DIY. And the thing is, I want to learn! But I know don’t where to start. Someone has to feel that way?to learn, For me, the best way is to do someone, something and then for yourself to do. I’ve been wanting to spruce up my porch a bit and that's when I heard a great paver planter class, the The Home Depot is the lesson: how do I build a paver planters!So cool, right? The Home Depot in fact, this type of classes on a monthly basis, with the title “Even Workshops,” and they are ideal for people like me. So along these lines, I was able to get a guide on how to build paver planter, and I’m excited to show you how you can do it today!It’s so easy. Let’s begin. you Make a Paver planterCollect These SuppliesFour 12 x 12 paversTwo 8-foot 2 x 2sCircular sawPower drill and bits caulking gun and construction adhesive utility knife sand paper blockPaintbrushStainTape measurePencilGlovesGoggles2 bungee cords3″ exterior deck screw small role landscaping fabricSoil and plants! is The first step to creating your paver planter, cut your 2 x 2s into four pieces 16″ and eight pieces of 12″. If you know don’t, how to use a saw – don’t worry.The Self-workshop is interactive and hands-on! It’s a great opportunity to fine-tune your DIY skills and pick up tips and advice from the pros. you are then to sand and stain your wood. I’ve always been the easy way to brush on the stain and wipe off the excess with a cloth. Let everything dry. pre-Drill and countersink the 2 x 2 pieces, with the 16 pieces to form the legs, and the 12 pieces of training of the support between the legs. This is where I and a friend of mine, helped, went to the net a little.We have been screwed together, the base of the frame first. Then we have two pages: We put a thick bead of glue along the inner edges of the the frame is not added to the paver, and screwed everything together (be careful, the glue on the pavers or wood-frame). Like I said, we made the floor, and then, in this step, we have two pages. We then place the pavers in a square as shown, so that we drop could be the base to the right at the top. We added glue – put the base in – and then insert the remaining screws. We and a bungee then put rope around the entire planter, hold them together and allow it to dry overnight!And guess what . . . ? It was so easy and fun that the TWO of us! Done You’ll line the planter with landscaping fabric and add the plants of your choice. You can also plant drop pots directly into the paver bucket. construction a paver planter I feel like a DIY genius! To cope, I’m ready to other projects. So I’m going to tell you what you need to do – grab a friend (or two or more) and head of The Home Depot on the third Thursday of the month for The Home Depot DIH workshop. What do you think vessels of my amazing seed? I hope you like them!disclosure: compensation was provided by The Home Depot via Mode Media. The opinions expressed are those of the author and are not the opinions and positions of The Home Depot.
you Make a paver planters! DIY plant boxes with a modern look, they are easy and inexpensive to make with square concrete pavers and adhesive.