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Garden Potting Bench

Mother's Day was awesome this year for my wife, Angela. Last year we put in a garden and she has wanted a potting bench. I've put it off, not on purpose but because we had other things that we were doing and trying to get done. However, this year she was out of town for Mother's Day and I thought, I should build that thing.


I quickly did a scan of materials I had on hand and made a short list of some things to get from Home Depot. I went to Home Depot and picked up the items I needed.


Here is my materials list:
01: 4 - 4" by 4" Cedar Posts
02: 5 - 2" by 4" Cedar Boards
03: Old Fence Pickets (already had on hand)
04: One gallon of Hazelnut Paint
05: 2 and 1/2" bolts (already had on hand)
06: Metal decrative brackets (already had on hand)

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