I had to create a wormery for a lifestyle project unit that I took, as part of my degree. I didnt want to buy one because they are quite expensive for a student! This one costs around £15 if you already have the tools!
My design is a Frankenstein version of various designs that I have seen on the internet, and works on the idea of tiered boxes (rather than just a box). This makes it easier to access the worm waste.
I used Ikea stacking boxes and therefore, this instructable will be centred around using the same; however, similar boxes could be used!
I thought that it was quite easy to build, and I hope that it works for you too! Good luck!
Step 1: Tools and Materials
Tools you will need!
+ Work bench or table - (one that could be accidentally cut, without the resultant swearing and/or tears)
+ Ruler or tape measure
+ Jigsaw and plastic cutting blades
+ Power drill and a small drill bit - (a second bigger bit may be required, depending on your saw)
+ Hot glue gun and glue sticks
+ (Sealant gun - if you don't have a squeezey sealant bottle)
+ Cup of cold water
+ Drilling block of wood
Materials you will need!
+ Three Ikea "Slugis" boxes - size 54x35x16 cm (20l)
+ Three Ikea "Slugis" lids - size 54x35 cm
+ Bathroom sealant