Wood flower pots. Great gift idea!

Here’s a fun flower pot or planter you can make with scrap wood. Experiment with the bevels to find and angle that works well. More on this project: …


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  1. thats awesome! i can super size that for my water tower!!!!!! you a genius!

  2. Only recently found your channel and your woodwork is fantastic!

  3. Erick B disse:

    I like this, but think I'm going to call mine a pencil holder for a desk. Not sure if I still need the epoxy though. Obviously not needed for water tightness, but for durability it wouldn't be a horrible idea.

  4. buy a $50 hvlp gun and buy your lacquer and sanding sealing in gallons and you will save a fortune over buying the spray cans.  the gallons last forever with what we do. and the gun takes 60 seconds to clean.  I just made the switch, my finishes look better than with cans also

  5. Awesome!! I might try using ceder.

  6. Dawson Thomas disse:

    Funny timing just learned new formula in math 9 and it is used to find the angles on the inside of a "gon".

  7. this vid was made on my birthday maybe I'll make it this year for my birthday

  8. is there an other tool that makes the same efect as a rounder? Thank you !

  9. polunu880 disse:

    The math is quite easy, number of slats wanted (strips) say 12 strips divide by 360 degrees gives 30 degrees so each slat will get a 15 degree angle on each side which equals the 30 degrees. To get a bigger diameter just make the slats wider.
    This is the process that I use to make bowls etc on my lathe. Cheaper than trying to find large blocks of wood to turn.

  10. SCezar moreno disse:

    yur the best master ; u have big ideas ..greetings from peru

  11. B Cook disse:

    hose clamps is brilliant. Wouldnt have thought about using them!

  12. I am wondering if you have a video of that corner flower planter you have outside?

  13. KKuurus disse:

    you cut the edges at 12.8 degrees , probably blade wobble 😉 just 360x gives you the angle

  14. John Robles M disse:

    MUCHAS GRACIAS POR LOS SUBTITULOS¡¡¡¡, excelente vídeo, saludos desde Chile ¡¡¡¡

  15. facebuster14 disse:

    can someone please tell me what the answer to the long-term viewer test is I still can figure it out after watching all of his videos

  16. Nice work!!
    I have a simple question..

    Is using the epoxy in foods and drinks stuff safe???

  17. Norman Graham disse:

    You had a slight different angle on the first pot. And thus, the number of slats changed. You can exploit this to make bigger or smaller pots.

  18. Nina Noodles disse:

    I recently found your youtube channel and am going through your old videos for inspiration and entertainment. love your way of presentation with a great sense of humour!
    you probably figured it out by now: the sum of the angle is always 180 degree to go all the way round.
    dividing that by the angle you choose, you get the number of corners/sides. with 12 degree it should have been 15 pieces.
    The smaller the angle the deviation gets more significant (in this example multiplied by 15).

    starting to pick up woodworking myself after about 20 years of abstinence when I lived in apartments with no room for a shop. Last year I had my own house built and set up a garden hut 3×3.8m which I will equip as soon as it is no longer freezing cold shudder

  19. Maybe it's just me but I totally screwed this up and wasted 20 bucks on wood.

  20. Larry B disse:

    It might be obvious, but make sure the angle you choose results in an even number of pieces, or you will end up with two of the same color as neighbors. If you'd really have had 12 degrees, you'd have had 15 pieces…which doesn't work.