Fenced indoor Easter flowerbed

Fenced indoor Easter flowerbed
Mini garden for city apartments

Transform your window sill into a festive Easter spring flowerbed.

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    Easter is just around the corner, and it is beginning to blossom and turn green everywhere – now also on your window sill! Give old scrap wood a new lease on life and transform it into a decorative fence for your Easter flowerbed in only a few steps! Painted in spring colours, it fences in the Lent lilies, Easter eggs and spring herbs decorating your window sill at Easter.

    With low-cost materials and the right tools, you can get your windows looking brilliantly spring-like even if you are a beginner!

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    Other accessories:

    • Sanding paper for wood, set square, pencil

    Required materials:

    • Rough sawn slat (2.4 cm x 4.8 cm x 200 cm)
    • Scrap wood consisting of various types of wood (1-2 cm thick)
    • Wood screws (4 x 30 mm & 4 x 35 mm)

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    Measuring the window sill

    1 - Measuring the window sill
    Measuring the window sill

    Using the PLR 15 laser measure, you can quickly and precisely measure the window sill. At the press of a button, you will then have the length for the slat of the wooden fence. Later, the individual pieces of wood will be attached to this.


    Marking the scrap wood

    2 - Marking the scrap wood
    Marking the scrap wood

    The scrap wood forms the individual pieces of the fence. Using different types of wood, 10 to 20 millimetres thick, adds variety. You can also use a pencil and set square to mark the desired shape on the small boards beforehand.


    Sawing the components to size

    3 - Sawing the components to size
    Sawing the components to size

    Next use the PST 10,8 LI cordless multisaw to cut the individual components into shape. You should carefully sand the cut edges afterwards.


    Fitting together the fence

    4 - Fitting together the fence
    Fitting together the fence

    Now you can use the Uneo cordless rotary hammer to fit the individual components of the fence onto the wooden slat. This is best done using 30-millimetre-long wood screws.



    5 - Decorating

    Finally, place the finished fence on the window sill and let your imagination run wild when choosing how to style your mini garden!

    Legal note

    Bosch does not accept any responsibility for the instructions stored here. Bosch would also like to point out that you follow these instructions at your own risk. For your own safety, please take all the necessary precautions.


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