Project Guide

Wooden Hanging Plant Stand

1
CUT BOARDS
Cut boards - Wooden Hanging Plant Stand
  • Cut the boards to length. Use a miter saw to cut the 2" x 4" x 8' board into 4 pieces: two pieces 20" long and two pieces 33" long.
  • Use a miter saw to cut 24" off of the 2" x 6" x 8' board.
2
NAIL FRAME TOGETHER
Nail frame together - Wooden Hanging Plant Stand

Use the finish nailer with 2" nails to attach the 2" x 4" x 20" boards to the ends of each 2" x 4" x 33". This is your rectangular frame.

3
ADD GLUE FOR THE BASE
Add glue base - Wooden Hanging Plant Stand

Add wood glue to the outside surface of one of the 2" x 4" x 20" boards.

4
NAIL IN THE BASE
Nail base - Wooden Hanging Plant Stand
  • Use the nailer with 2" nails to attach the 2" x 6" x 24" board. There should be 2" overhang on each end.
  • Turn the frame over so the base is on the ground.
5
DRILL HOLE FOR BUN FOOT FINIAL
Drill hole bun foot finial - Wooden Hanging Plant Stand

Drill a small pilot hole in the center of the top board.

6
ATTACH BUN FOOT FINIAL
Attach bun foot finial - Wooden Hanging Plant Stand

Add wood glue around the screw in the base of the bun foot finial and screw into the pilot hole.

7
ATTACH THE BASKET HANGER
Attach basket hanger - Wooden Hanging Plant Stand
  • Drill a small pilot hole slightly off center on the bottom side of the board (so the screw doesn’t interfere with bun foot finial screw).
  • Screw the multi-purpose hook into the pilot hole.
8
PAINT AND ENJOY
Paint enjoy - Wooden Hanging Plant Stand
  • Finish the hanging plant stand with spray paint or stain and allow it to dry for at least 24 hours.
  • Hang the planter basket from the hook and add your plants!