Introduction: PVC Planter in About 3 Easy Steps
So I thought maybe I wanted to make a really creative inside (but can also be outside) planter this year. I decided to put some nice Succulents in the planter. I wanted it to be made out of simple materials and that also didn't cost to much. I got my materials from OSH for 7 bucks.But You can also get the materials from almost any other hardwood store.
Step 1: Cutting the Basic Shape
I marked where I wanted to cut with a bright red marker (it didn't show well but I used it anyways). Then I used a hacksaw to try and cut away the PVC along the line. And it actually worked surprisingly well!
Step 2: Smoothing Out the Cut Marks
Then after I made the rough cut I scraped the PVC off with a scraper?!(idk if you call the yellow thing that please reply in the comments if that's true or not). Then sanded it down with sandpaper. It should come out a lot better than it was before (considering how well you can cut with a hacksaw). I also sanded the whole outside part of the tube to get rid of the labeling.
Participated in the
Indoor Gardening Contest 2015