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butt crack after a visit to the sand box.

I wanted to have a Sand Box at home, where he could enjoy hours of playtime (no ulterior motive here) anytime he wanted. Scoured the toy shops for a sand box but did not really get anywhere, so I decided to make one (read- get one made).

There are quite a few websites which give instructions, but here’s my favourite one and I loved the design – It has triangular pieces of wood in the corners, which make great seats. Very simple and straightforward, and if you are a ‘hands on’ sort of person it should be a breeze. Or easier still, catch your husband or a carpenter to do it.

I used deal wood, which is basically wood that is used in packing, cheap and best. If not, you could use teak or any other hardy varieties of wood that stay well outdoors. The website has clear instructions that are easy to follow.

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I made a couple of variations though, one was the wood I used (they give you wood suggestions which are not applicable to India) and I lined the bottom of the box with ‘shade net’. This is the green netting material that is used in plant nurseries and green houses. This allows the

water to seep through while still keeping creepy crawlies from getting in.

Fill with sand, put this in a semi-shaded place and throw in some sand toys for hours of fun in years to come.

3 Responses to “Make your own Sand Box”

  1. Karishma says:

    Hi Priya,

    I found the
    Information and the website really useful.
    I just had a question – where did u source the
    Beach sand from?

  2. Nisha says:

    Karishma, In bangalore, we just asked around in our neighbourhood- there were some construction sites and finally someone said they could get river sand for us, which worked perfectly. Try some garden centres and nurseries also – they can refer you to someone. Usually the problem is more with quantities as they are used to bringing in truck loads and we just need a few sacks for our household sandpit!

  3. DIY says:

    Hi, very useful info for DIY kinds. May I know where did you source the deal wood in Bangalore? Also, what will be cost for the wood approx. ?