If you’re looking to give a minimalist touch to your home, you have come to the right place. Cameron Olden teaches you to make this beautiful wooden for modern planters to hold your favorite plant. Ceramic flowerpot, rods an inch / 5 cm, pine Plate 1.5 inch / 3.8 x 0.75 inches x 1.90 inches pulsates, pin 0.25 inches / 0.6 inches, Sierra, chisel, sandpaper, wood glue, varnish
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- All measurements the size of your container. In this case, it is 10.6 inches / 27 inches high by 11 inches.
- Cut the rods to have 17 inches / 43 centimeters long. These will be the legs of the pot for modern planters. Mark one end of the rods.
- Take the pine board and use a jigsaw to cut two arms of 10.75 inches or 27 centimeters.
- Find the center of each rod and used a chainsaw hand and chisel to remove a square of 0.75 inches.
- With Cheeser, punch a whole 7.75 inches / 20 centimeters above the lower end of each leg, trying not to get to the other side of the wood for modern planters.
- Make a hole in the end of each arm. Insert a pin and connects the various parts.
- Use sandpaper to remove any imperfections.
- Apply glue to wood at the joints and sujétalas to stick together. Clean excess glue and let dry overnight.
- When the glue is dry, apply varnish.