Build an Indoor Plant Stand
A perfect class for beginners, this project features two useful joinery techniques which can be used across loads of other woodworking projects you may want to tackle.
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Craft this practical little pot plant stand which turns out absolutely stunning. You'll need to bring your own suitable pot with you (no larger in diameter than 250mm) This is where I got mine.
It will be constructed from Tasmanian Oak which is a clean, modern-looking timber which with a clear coat of oil, suits a wide range of home interiors.
Keep it for yourself or gift it to a friend.
Try your hand at:
- Sanding surfaces by hand and with electric sander
- Routing edge profiles
- Drilling Pocket holes
- Sawing & Chiselling a Half Lap Joint
- Preparing for a finish
- Applying an oil finish
Tools you will use
Clamps & Workbench
- Compound Mitre Saw
Random orbital sander
Palm or trim router
Pocket Hole Jig
- Chisel & Saw
Things you need to know
Please bring your own water bottle & Keep cup if you would like a coffee.
Please wear appropriate clothing (nothing loose fitting, including jewellery)
The Minimum attendance age for this class is 18yrs
The duration of this class is up to 3 Hours
- You'll need to bring your own suitable pot with you (no larger in diameter than 250mm) This is where I got mine.