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Wood Planter for the Wall - Shanty 2 Chic

Wood Planter for the Wall - Shanty 2 Chic
Wood Planter for the Wall - Shanty 2 Chic
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Hey guys!


I am in FULL outdoor mode at the moment as I am sure many of you have noticed! My latest project?? This super cute Wall Planter! I made this bad boy in less than an hour and for under $20!


Wall Planter

How fun is that??


This is a super simple project! Here is what you will need…


1 – 2x4x8 piece of pine wood


1 – 2x6x8 piece of pine wood


1- 1x3x6 piece of pine wood


Drill


Wood Glue and finish nails


Spray Paint


2-3′ of rope


9 small clay pots


First start by making your cuts!


I made 2 cuts from the 2×4 piece at 34.5″ each.


Sides of Wood Wall Planter
Next cut your 2×5 into 3 pieces that will each measure 14″ long.

Shelf Pieces for Wall Planter
I attached mine using my Kreg Jig and pocket hole screws, but you can also use wood screws from the outside and fill with wood putty.

Here is where I placed my pocket holes…


Wood Wall Planter Shelves
I attached them to my side boards. Each one is 13.5″ apart.

Wood Wall Planter DIY

Now I added a small trim piece with my 1×3 using wood glue and finish nails. From the side it looks like this!


Step 3 Hanging Planter
Next I used my drill to place a 3/8″ hole in the top of each side piece…

Drill Hole for Hanging Planter

I have found a great way to fill pocket holes and other holes is using 3M Wood Filler !


3M Wood Filler
Just squeeze some out into each hole…

Wood Putty
Use a scraper to even it out!

Scraper for Wood Putty

And there you go!


Putty for pocket hole
After the putty dried I gave the whole thing a coat of black spray paint!

Now for the fun part! After the paint dried I used a sander to distress the whole thing a bit.


Your final step is adding your rope! The rope likes to ravel a bit, so I wrapped my edges with painter’s tape like this…


3m Blue Tape on rope
Then, just pull it off after you tie your knots!

That’s it! I hung mine using a cute metal garden hook. I used a masonry bit to drill a hole in the brick and used a masonry screw to hold the hook in place.


I filled each of my cute little pots with some Vinca vine and I was set!


Here are a few more shots!


Hanging Wall Planter

Hanging Planter with Rope

Isn’t that super fun!? It filled a blank space I had on the back of my house perfectly!


Thanks so much for stopping by! I would LOVE for you to pin and share my planter with your peeps! Happy building!


~Whitney


Original article and pictures take http://www.shanty-2-chic.com/2013/06/wood-planter-for-the-wall.html site


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