Wishing Well Planter

Submitted by RobKelly3 on Sat, 03/16/2013 - 16:57

This is a wishing well I made for my sister for her wedding. It will be used during the wedding for people to drop "wish you well" cards into and afterward she can use it as a planter in her yard.
I followed ideas from multiple plans here on Ana-White.com, but I didn't follow any specific plan. Mostly I followed tips and instructions for cutting angles, drilling pocket holes and some finishing tips. This is the first "big" project I've done and I"m quite proud of it.

With everything, it measures 44.5 inches high. The well measures 21 inches across and 15 inches high. The roof measures 22.75 inches by 23.75 inches.

I hope y'all like it. I worked hard on this! :)

Thank you, Ana and everyone who contributes to this site. It's been so much fun and I've got lots of ideas for more stuff. If I was any good at all at Google Sketchup I'd put up the plans but I'm not. If anyone could help me with that, that would great. :)

Have a great day!

Estimated Cost
about $100
Estimated Time Investment
Weekend Project (10-20 Hours)
Type of Wood
Yellow pine 2x4's, 1x4 pine boards, 1x3 pine boards, 7/16 osb , 1/4 plywood, 5/8 round wooden dowel.
Finish Used
Olympic Maximum Stain and Sealant in One, Semi-Transparent, in Oxford Brown. Use 2inch stain brush. Used 100, 150, and 220 grit sandpaper before staining.
Recommended Skill Level
Intermediate

Comments

bellows86

Mon, 07/21/2014 - 20:04

Anyway you can please tell me the angle for the boards ont the walls. I reallly like your well, and would like to build this for my wife but im not sure on what angles to use thank you