This is a collection of our woodworking plans to build your own serving trays. Many sizes and shapes are available. Plans are either available in paper plans or downloadable PDF plans.
Does the look of inlays impress you but the thought of making them give you butterflies? Do not be concerned because we are going to teach you a no-hassle method to make perfect-fitting inlays in this oak tray. If you are not interested in inlays, you can go ahead and build the tray with out them. Included with the plan are 12 easy steps to routed inlays, and shop tips for designing and routing inlays.
Serve food and drinks or enjoy a laptop meal with this sleek, cork-lined carrier. The tapered ends make it easy to hold, and allow you to nest one tray in another. In just a couple of hours you can craft this all-purpose server. A full-size pattern makes forming the shapely ends a snap.
While in Nantucket Norm finds two wooden trays in his favorite antique store. He calls these weekend projects and while both feature a primitive building design, one of the trays features brass corner brackets which you could probably make yourself. View the Larger Image Slideshow to see the actual paper plan you are buying.
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