Window Planter Made From Old Pallet. Window Sill Herb Garden

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Introduction: Window Planter Made From Old Pallet. Window Sill Herb Garden

About: I like to make things from old pallets.

This is my first instructable,

I designed these (well not really designed), more cobbled together, when i was looking for uses for the off cuts of pallets that i didn't reuse for the climbing frame ive made. 

So yeah it took like 30 mins per one. cost about 50p. 


Step 1: Tools and Ting.


Tools:
I used a mitre saw because im lazy and crap at sawing wood straight.
16mm spade bit to make a drainage hole.
screwdriver.
Table saw
belt sander (again, because im lazy)

Materials 
End of a pallet 
piece of wood which can serve as a base
some screws.

Step 2: Construction.

Its fairly self explanatory. I sanded down all the surfaces with a 40 grit sanding belt.

cut two pieces of wood the size of the holes. They aren't perfectly straight but it doesnt really matter.

Drilled two holes in each one after i screwed them in place.

Step 3: Wang a Bit of Varnish on It.

just something to postpone the rotting process, which is inevitable but at least it looks ok and fits onto a window.

fill with soil and seeds.

BANG

its a window sill herb garden made from a bit of an old pallet!!


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    7 Comments

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    FunkyRaspberryRipple

    Well done you! Your first Instructable! I found it easy to follow, with plenty of decent pics, in fact you have inspired me to 'attack' my pallet today! You are also very funny lol!

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    antioch
    antioch

    8 years ago on Introduction

    Olive oil makes great natural varnish and gives one hell of a nice warm glow

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    Duhkula
    Duhkula

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    thanks for the tip, ill give it a try, varnish is so expensive and smelly anyway! :D

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    infernalmachine
    infernalmachine

    8 years ago

    I do hope u used a clean pallet as many are treated with chemicals you likely dont want to eat.

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    Duhkula
    Duhkula

    Reply 8 years ago

    Yes, I completely agree. I would recommend lining the inside with some PVC or similar film material. I should really of included that in one of the steps.