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DIY Outdoor Cedar Bench With Planters

Now, in summer, furniture for outdoors is popular more than ever, and we are looking forward to share a cool outdoor bench tutorial with you! It’s not only a seating but also a decorative piece with space for planters. First, the list of the tutorial, you’ll need 15 cedar 2×4’s, 6 cedar 1×6’s, gorilla glue, Duragrip 8×2-1/2 cedar deck screws, Duragrip 8×3 cedar deck screws, 4 bags of Alexandria Moulding Hardwood 3/8 Birch Head Plugs, 1 package Norton MultiSand 9 inch x11 inch Sanding Sheets Fine-150 grit, Elmer’s Tinted Wood Filler Natural Tube, Varathane Diamond Wood Finish, 2 8inch diameter clay pots, or plants of your choice, potting soil and 3 decorative pillows. Read here how to make the bench.


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