Plan will help you build an attractive wishing well which stands an impressive 7 feet tall when finished. Depending on the materials you choose, this wishing well can be built inexpensively as it uses mainly 2x4s in construction. Most cuts are simple straight cuts and the construction is simple. It will take a while to cut all of the little bricks used for the base, but the full size patterns included for curves, the step by step instructions, photos, and list of materials will all help you build a great looking project with convenience.
The finished wishing well you see here was built by our customer Bruce White. He chose to use 6x6s for the roof supports, while the plan actually calls for 4x4s -- great work, Bruce. We now use your photo to show fellow woodworkers just how "well" this project can work for them. How will you choose to finish your wishing well?
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