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.
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.
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.
This pumpkin serving tray is the perfect project for fall. It is easy to make using the free step-by-step instructions and so cute too.
This round serving tray is perfect for your coffee table to hold a plant and remotes. Would also be great for holding keys and mail by the front door. Free step-by-step instructions at link.
Build a simple cedar tray using the free plans available at the link. Finished dimensions are 12 x 18 x 2.5 inches but you could adjust the size to suit your needs.
Build this hexagon shaped wooden tray using these free woodworking instructions.
Build this fun hexagon shaped tray with a triangle design using the free instructions at the link.
Here is a great way to tidy up the area by your door. Build this boot/shoe tray using the free tutorial at the link.
Here is a quick and easy project using scrap molding you may already have on hand. Build these serving trays using the free instructions at the link.