|This Redwood Planter pretty much has it all.
It's good looking, easy to make, easy to modify the size to whatever you want.
You can use it as a planter sitting on your deck or patio. Or you can use it as
a window box (plans for making window box hanging brackets are
The step-by-step instructions show you how to build the
planter to fit a plastic liner. You can get these liners in many sizes at any
home or garden center. The four sides are joined with box joints, cut on a
table saw. The plans include instructions for building a simple table saw jig
to cut the box joints.
Once you've built the jig, you can make one planter
or one hundred, of all different lengths and widths if you wish. We used
redwood because it's a beautiful wood that stands up to weather and moisture
well. Other good choices would be cedar and painted pine or pressure-treated
pine. This project was originally published in Woodsmith Magazine
WHAT YOU GET
6 pages of step-by-step
How to make a box joint
Instructions for window box option
Exploded views and detail
Complete materials list
All for $5.95
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