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7 thoughts on “Standing Herb Planter”
Okay, so the 15 degree angle goes at the bottom of the front board where it touches the ground. Then, I’m assuming that once you lay that board to where it leans back to hit the back brace board, then you cut the angle according to how it needs to lay against the back board.
I think I understand. Hopefully once I go to do it, it’ll be more obvious.
This is my first ever major DIY project, if you couldn’t tell. Lol
Thank so much for sharing and for answering my question!
YES! I totally understand being nervous. The blessing of DIY is you learn lessons. You might be challenged and frustrated but you will persevere! Remember “FAIL” means – First Attempt In Learning… so even if it doesn’t go as planned… you’re learning. The next project will be that much better.
So proud of you!
What was the width of the cut pieces for boxes?
I used the width of the board as my height. I bought them from home depot and the boards were 5.5″ wide.
Thanks for reading! Hope that helps!
I know the back brace board was cut to 70” but what is the front brace board cut to before cutting the angle? Can you explain how to cut the angle?
I didn’t really explain that well now did I! I’m so sorry. For the front post I angled the feet at 15 degrees. Then I just lined the board up and penciled out the cut line for the angle. I used a circular saw to get that long cut for the front legs. The back leg is a 2×4″ measured at 70″ tall, you are correct.
I hope that brought some clarity. Thanks again for asking and bringing that to my attention.