Picnic tray is bookmark about Outdoor bookmarked by willie with ID 13772193128 was uploaded on 12-03-2019 and has been viewed 161,052 times.
I got the idea for this project from Ryan Borger back in 2013, who sent me a picture of a serving tray he made.I stuck it in my idea file and, well, it took me three years, but I finally got to make it! The most important feature of this tray is the simple weight to hold down napkins and keep them from blowing away, a problem at just about any outdoor event.
It also features a removable box with dividers for utensils.This entire tray is made out of solid oak.I began by gluing together three boards to form the tray bottom.Plywood would be easier, but it might be harder to match its color with the solid wood tray sides.
I beveled the edges of the two short tray sides to 20°.Then made 20° angles on the ends of the long front and back pieces.Using my cutting template, I cut a curve on the front and back.To make the handles on the sides, I drilled two holes then connected them using my jigsaw.
I rounded over the edges with a roundover bit in my router.The router can't reach the areas in the corners, so I rounded them over with a rasp.I cut 20°...