Tree Stump to Rolling Plant Stand

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What do you do when you need a heavy duty plant stand on wheels but can't find one at an affordable price? You DIY one of course! This project is so simple!
DIY Wood Slice Rolling Plant Stand
1. Grab a tree stump. We had a few laying around in our neighborhood. Grab a chainsaw and cut off a slice, approximately 4-6 inches thick.
2. Sand to get all the excess bark and junk off. Don't be particular on this, because you are just going to sit a planter on it.
3. Apply a poly. Let dry. Lightly sand. Apply poly again. Repeat the process on the other side and the edges.
4. Grab some heavy-duty rollers and some wood screws. Attach the rollers to the wood slice.
5. Flip it over and set your pot on top. Enjoy!
For under $10, this project adds instant character and solves a huge problem of being able to move this 100 pound pot around to different spots of light on the patio.

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  • Belladonna Belladonna on May 21, 2017
    When you say apply a poly .....what is a poly?

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