Hello! Today I am sharing a super easy project, A DIY Serving Tray, which happens to be very useful as well, two great qualities!
Not only do I have my serving tray to share but the Power tool Challenge team also has some amazing trays and tutorials as well, so be sure to read until the end because you won't want to miss them!
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With one piece cut, I repeat the process going around the plywood and matching up the edges and miters to make sure I have a good fit around the plywood. I cut one side at a time and then mark the other side and cut.
Ryobi Nail Gun. When you get to the corners add glue and nails to those as well.
Kreg Cabinet Hardware Jig to drill the holes for my handles (top), and boy do I love this jig!! Seriously life changing! I used to hate adding pulls but this thing makes it a breeze!!
I was going to stain the tray, then at the last minute I had this crazy idea to make the edges with Rust-Oleum Chalkboard Spray Paint. I covered the inside of the tray so I could have the wood contrast. If I had planned this from the beginning, it would have been easier to paint the edges before I nailed them to the bottom. ;)
chalkboards so it is always exciting to add one to a project when I can! Of course you can finish it any way you want!
To check out my other cool tray projects click here! I have all sorts of different styles!
Lets see what the other power tool challenge team members did for their trays! I think you are going to be in tray heaven!
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