All you need to build this fab fall leaf tray is a jigsaw, drill and scrap wood. Thats it. Oh, and the free tutorial at the link too.
If you have a young one who is into building all things lego, then you need to build them this handy lego tray. Store pieces on one side and build on the other. It even has handles for them to transport from room to room.
I actually love the look of plywood, especially Baltic birch plywood. It is virtually knot free and can be turned into something spectacular like this serving tray. Follow along at the link to build your own plywood serving tray.
Do you know how easy it is to build your own serving tray? Actually it is very easy and you can u.se pallet wood, scrap wood, or fine wood. Either way you go, here are the free woodworking plans to build a rustic serving tray.
This beauty of a wine caddy is perfect for transporting wine to the living room or dining room to serve guests. Follow along at the link and see how easy it is to build.
Learn how to build your own scotch tray using these free step-by-step instructions. you can either start with a thick chunk of wood like was done here or something thinner. Just follow these instructions.
At the link you will find full instructions, shopping list, and cut list to build a modern tabletop lazy susan. The octagon shape is perfect for serving and and this project was build using beautiful solid wood.
Build a wooden serving tray with charm. All you need is a miter saw, a power drill and a nail gun to build this tray. Perfect project to give as a gift too.
All you need to build a star serving tray are 1 x 2s and a miter saw. You can modify the plan to build any size star. Follow along with the step-by-step plans and build your own serving tray.
This may be the perfect scrap wood project. Build a set of tiered serving trays, perfect for displays too. Free building plans are at the link.