Hi Infarrantly Creative readers! It’s Brook from BeingBrook and I’m so excited to be back here at IC. Today I’m going to show you how to make some mini serving tables perfect for serving up yummy dishes at your summertime parties. These serving tables come together quickly and is an economical way to decorate your table for a special event.
Three 1x4s cut at 14"
Two 1x2s cut at 14"
Two 1x2s cut at 12 3/16"
Four 2x2s at 5"
Nail gun or Hammer
Stain & Polycrylic
1. Sand all the wood pieces with a fine grit sandpaper so that they are smooth.
Small table cut list: Three 1x4s cut at 10 5/8" Two 1x2s cut at 10 5/8" Two 1x2s cut at 12 3/16" Four 2x2s cut at 3"
Large table cut list: Three 1x4s cut at 18" Two 1x2s cut at 18" Two 1x2s cut at 11 7/8" Four 2x2s cut at 7"
Be sure to measure the width of your three 1x4s because different lumberyards can have slightly different widths. The tables were pretty easy and really economical. All three little tables cost me less than $10!
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