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How to Build a Rumblestone 90-Degree Planter

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Difficulty: Intermediate
Duration: 2-4 hours

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Use Rumblestone pavers to build a unique planter for your patio.

Download the PDF instructions for the How to Make a Rumblestone Planter project.

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The first thing you’ll want to do is create a smooth, level space to begin building your planter.

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Once you’ve created your work area, it’s time to start bringing the stones into your workspace to begin building your planter.

Start in the back corner with a medium stone and lay out the stones according to the next image.

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Arrange the stones into the shape of your planter. Once you’ve positioned the first stones, begin building on the lower layer of stones using the caulk gun to adhere the stones together as you build the planter. Example shown in next image.

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Keep stacking the stones the same way you have been and using the caulk to adhere them, as shown in the next image.

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Once you get the planter built, there’s only one thing left to do … plant and then enjoy.

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Introduction

Use Rumblestone pavers to build a unique planter for your patio.

Download the PDF instructions for the How to Make a Rumblestone Planter project.

Step 1

The first thing you’ll want to do is create a smooth, level space to begin building your planter.

Step 2

Once you’ve created your work area, it’s time to start bringing the stones into your workspace to begin building your planter.

Start in the back corner with a medium stone and lay out the stones according to the next image.

Step 3
Step 4

Arrange the stones into the shape of your planter. Once you’ve positioned the first stones, begin building on the lower layer of stones using the caulk gun to adhere the stones together as you build the planter. Example shown in next image.

Step 5
Step 6

Keep stacking the stones the same way you have been and using the caulk to adhere them, as shown in the next image.

Step 7
Step 8

Once you get the planter built, there’s only one thing left to do … plant and then enjoy.

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