Raised bed/planter/fence/privacy screen: this is now featured at http://www.instructables.com/id/HOW-TO-BUILD-MULTI-USE-RAISED-BED-PLANTERS-WITH-PR/ with complete instructions for building a planter with a back 48"H. You can get a PDF too. Please vote for me in the "Outdoor Structures" contest. Thanx!!

Raised bed/planter/fence/privacy screen: this is now featured at www. with complete instructions for building a planter with a back You can get a PDF too. Please vote for me in the Outdoor Structures contest. - My Wonder Garden

Arbor Originals Decorative architectural arbors and brackets instead of window boxes?  Maybe just a shallow pan so the wood doesn't look dirty??  What about the hurricane shutters though?  would they still fit???

Front window and outside bathroom window Arbor Originals Decorative architectural arbors and brackets instead of window boxes? Maybe just a shallow pan so the wood doesn't look dirty? What about the hurricane shutters though?

I had seen the random marble placement of marbles in a fence and decided to create a cross. My awesome husband went to craft store with me where we found no marbles and decided to go with glass beads. We cut a couple of bead strands that were made for necklaces and bought a box of mixed beads. Awesome husband continued awesomeness by drilling all the holes for me after we drew a cross with a level for only a simple outline. The rest was freehand.  Try it! It's fun and when the light gets…

I had seen the random marble placement of marbles in a fence and decided to create a cross.

Make your own planter boxes cheap, durable, and easy: using 1 6ft cedar picket (cut into 3, 18in pieces and 2, 5in pieces), 1.25in galvanized nails (about 22 nails per box), saw, one helper, hammer, and a  drill. Basically you will cut all pieces, nail while helper holds pieces in place, drill 6 to 8 hoes on the bottom for drainage and you're ready to start planting and hanging.

Make your own planter boxes cheap, durable, and easy: using 1 6ft cedar picket (cut into 3, 18in pieces and 2, 5in pieces), 1.25in galvanized nails (about 22 nails per box), saw, one helper, hammer, and a drill. Basically you will cut all pieces, nail while helper holds pieces in place, drill 6 to 8 hoes on the bottom for drainage and you're ready to start planting and hanging.

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