By Nicki Odom TheBohoDiaries.com @The.Nicki.Odom
DIYer, Creator, Blogger
I started with scraps
I had wooden scraps from a palette that were kept in rectangular shape.
"The saying 'One man's trash is another mans' treasure' has truly been my downfall. I see the potential in almost anything"
Nicki Odom, Avid Curbside Picker
I started by stacking the scraps and ensuring they lined up properly
Stacked the Scraps
I used exterior Gorilla Wood Glue and the Kregg Jig to secure the rectangles together.
I then took scrap 2X4s to form the legs, again using Gorilla Wood Glue and inward screws with my Kregg Jig.
Once everything was dried and sat for 24 hours, I lined the inside with black landscape fabric to help hold in the soil and make it last longer.
Time To Fill!
Use a high nutrient rich soil and plant some of your favorite herbs and watch them thrive!