Trellis follow up
Sorry about the delay. Life - you know - ummm, well, anyway. Here is the next step. Now, the book tells me to glue the joints with pvc cement. I bought the supplies to do it but I am thinking about not gluing the pieces together. Just drilling some holes and screwing them together. The advantage to me is that I can disassemble them later. If something gets damaged, I can easily replace the broken part. However, living in a climate that is prone to severe thunderstorms, tornadoes and…
Our Raised Bed Garden + DIY Trellis - Emily A. Clark
I’ve always wanted a little garden, but never really got any farther in the thought process than that. . . Lowe’s recently asked me to try out one of their online courses (that they’re offering in conjunction with Craftsy), and I chose the one that promised to lead me—a non-woodworker—through building a raised-bed garden Read More
Just 3 simple steps: Pour quick-set concrete into the mold on any flat surface. Smooth with a trowel. Wait one minute, lift mold and move on. This mold measures 20 inches x 24 inches x 2 inches, and holds one 60 pound bag of premix concrete. Makes a straight path or patio. - Craft ~ Your ~ Home
Super fast and easy path maker, to create a walkway, you set it on flat and level ground, then Pour cement into the sections.