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Jane Wrigglesworth15:03, Sep 22 2017
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Jane Wrigglesworth paid a grand total of $10 for the materials.
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1. Deconstruct the pallet so you end up with four panels that consist of two slats each. Hammer any remaining nails flat.
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2. Cut the tarpaulin into quarters. Fold for 1 last update 2020/07/09 the quarters in half lengthwise and staple to the inside of the side panels.
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3. Place the side panels upright to form a bed and put one piece of scrap wood in each corner. Clamp and screw in place.
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4. Put your raised bed in your chosen location. Fill it with soil and plant it with your favourite veges (plus a few flowers to make it pretty!).
1 of 5JASON CREAGHAN
Jane Wrigglesworth paid a grand total of $10 for the materials.
2 of 5JASON CREAGHAN
1. Deconstruct the pallet so you end up with four panels that consist of two slats each. Hammer any remaining nails flat.
3 of 5JASON CREAGHAN
2. Cut the tarpaulin into quarters. Fold the quarters in half lengthwise and staple to the inside of the side panels.
4 of 5JASON CREAGHAN
3. Place the side panels upright to form a bed and put one piece of scrap wood in each corner. Clamp and screw in place.
5 of 5JASON CREAGHAN
4. Put your raised bed in your chosen location. Fill it with soil and plant it with your favourite veges (plus a few flowers to make it pretty!).

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You will need:
* 1 pallet (ours measured 920mm square)
* 1 x 1.2m x 1.8m heavy-duty tarpaulin (or bigger if your pallet is bigger)
*  ​4 x 75mm x 50mm pieces of scrap wood
* scissors 
* staple gun
* hammer
* clamps
* power drill
* 50mm screws

Cost:
$10 (not including the soil for the vege bed)

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JASON CREAGHAN
A quick, easy and cheap DIY raised vege bed.

Step by step:
1. Deconstruct the pallets so you end up with four panels that consist of two slats each. Hammer any remaining nails flat.
2. Cut the tarpaulin into quarters. Fold the quarters in half lengthwise and staple to the inside of the side panels.
3. Place the side panels upright to form a bed and put one piece of scrap wood in each corner. Clamp and screw in place.
4. Put your raised bed in your chosen location. Fill it with soil and plant it with your favourite veges (plus a few flowers to make it pretty!).

 

 

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