I’m a big fan of pallet construction as seen by some of our personal builds we have documented as well as projects of others that we have shared. Being able to re-purpose what was once considered a waste product into something that is functional and beautiful is considered a big win by me. The guys over at Woodworking For Mere Mortals did did just that by building and documenting a rustic looking pallet wheelbarrow planter as seen above.
For those that have issues watching youtube, they took it a step further and even made a pdf of the construction process. How awesome is that!
To see some more tips that include a sketchup file for the planter; click on the link below.
Good luck with your project!
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