Thanks @Jason for the info. It is good to know that Bunnings provide wood cutting services.
Hi can I buy the material for this plant stand that i can put it together? I don't have time, I'm not a builder or handyman. Can you help?
Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @Li1. It's wonderful that you've joined us, and many thanks for your question about this amazing project.
As this is a project contributed by @joineryjo, there is no pre-made kit available, but I trust she would be more than happy to assist you with any questions you might have during the construction process. This would be a perfect first project for someone looking to get into D.I.Y. as minimal tools are needed, and it's of a relatively simple design.
There's also a similar project, including a step-by-step guide on How to build a planter stand with a full list of tools and materials required.
If you were looking for a kit type project to assemble yourself, you might like to look at our small, medium and large Kit Out pot stands. These kits come with everything you need to complete the project and only require assembly.
I look forward to helping you re-create this project. Please let us know if you need any assistance getting started.
Hi @LI, it's actually a really easy first DIY project and you don't need any fancy electric tools to do anything for this simple design I made up:) This whole thing was hand-made with hand tools. I got everything from Bunnings even the wood was cut to size so the only thing you need to do is use a chisel and hack saw to do the cross lap joint and if you don't mind using just nails rather than dowels for putting it together, it's super easy (the work also depends on what height you want). Email me if you have any questions and I can send you more detail:) or I can post here also the materials used and what you need to do:) It's super easy!
Or you could also use some of the kits @MitchellMc suggested below
Hi Jo (@joineryjo)
Great to see your project continues to inspire community members. It would be fantastic if you could post the materials you used here and the steps you took. I'm sure it would be much appreciated by all.