Saturday, September 20, 2014

Air Succulent Geometric Faceted Wood Block Planters
8:10 PM

Air Succulent Geometric Faceted Wood Block Planters

If you're a fan of simple lines and geometric shapes, you will love this DIY air succulent, wood planter. Suitable for small plants or a little green moss to add color to your space. Easily customizable depending on what shapes and colors you prefer. I made some variations in in neutral colors - gold, dark wood stain, natural wood with a clear coat. All accented with various color on the facets. Best thing about this DIY, if you mess up, just sand the area down into a facet.

TOOLS NEEDED
  • You will need a 5x5 wood block available at home depot for about $10 for a 6 to 8 foot long post. You can probably make 7 to 10 planters using one post. 
  • Hand saw or miter saw to cut the blocks and facets/angles on each planter block.
  • Circle drill bit or similar. 
  • Orbit sander to smooth out the edges
  • Stain or paint of your choice. 
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