You will need: 50mm panel pins, hammer, old wooden cupboard doors ours were approximately 20mm thick, approx 1.6m length of 35mm x 35mm timber, PVA glue, paintbrush, paint stirrer, pencil, sandpaper, saw, soft cloth and a tape measure.
Take one of the cupboard doors and mark two pieces measuring 700mm x 320mm to form the front and back of the plant stand. Use the back of the saw to ensure cutting lines are at right angles.
Take the second cupboard door and mark and cut two pieces measuring 320mm x 250mm to form the sides of the plant stand and one piece measuring 320mm x 660mm to form the base.
Attach the legs to the two side pieces, as shown, overlapping by 150mm. Fix with PVA glue and panel pins.
Attach the sides to the front panel of the planter, as shown, again fixing with PVA glue and panel pins.
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