- 1 Project Panel , 15 3/4" x 11" , 3/4" thick
- 1 Pine Board , 1x3x6 , 1x3
Hardware & Supplies
- 12 1 1/4" Pocket Hole Screws
- 1 Sanding Block
- 1 Stain or Paint
- 2 Drawer Pulls/Handles
Cut List & Parts
- 1 Project Panel (for bottom of tray) , 15 3/4" x 11"
- 2 1x3 boards (front and back rim of tray) , 17 1/4" long
- 2 1x3 board (side rims of tray) , 11" long
Cut Your Wood
Cut your wood to specified dimensions. (Can be modified to your preferences depending on how large you want your tray to be.)
Drill Pocket Holes
Drill 3 pocket holes along each side of your project panel. I used the Kreg Jig 520PRO for this.
Sand edges smooth.
Attach Your Wood
Using 1 1/4" pocket hole screws, attach your tray sides to the project panel, ensuring that your pocket hole screws will end up on the bottom of the tray.
Drill Holes for Handles
Measure your handles to see how far apart the holes need to be. I recommend using a piece of painter's tape as a template and marking where the holes should go, then placing that on the sides of the tray and drilling through it.
Paint or Stain
Paint or stain your tray according to your preference. I used a special walnut stain for this one.
Add your handles, and enjoy!