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FREE Project Plan of the Month: Outdoor Serving Cart

Make outdoor entertaining easy with this serving cart. It offers lots of space for storing food, tableware, and outdoor supplies, plus it cradles bottles where they’re easy to reach but protected from spills. The top “shelf” is a lift-off tray, so you can carry supplies from the cart to your table.

The entire cart is built from pine 1x2 and 2x2 boards. Pine might not be the first wood you think of for outdoor use. We chose pine because the better grades look great, and tend to be crisper and straighter than similarly sized cedar boards. Just add a good-quality finish, and don't leave the cart sitting out in the weather for months on end, and it will serve you well for years.

The plan is attached as a PDF below. If you would like to print the plan, you will need to first save it to your computer. Then, open it in Adobe Reader and select Print. You can download Adobe Reader free here.

Once you're done building, be sure to share your project. Happy Building! 

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Can't wait to build this. Can I borrow 216 screws?

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