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Very simple but required only simple tools and not much knowledge :)
A bit heavy but durable (some kind of orange colored stony hardwood).
This was a present for my godparents for Christmas 2008.
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#1 posted 07-02-2010 06:32 PM
Very nice tray. I like the design. Great job.
-- Wayne - Plymouth MN
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#2 posted 07-02-2010 06:35 PM
Quick question, what do you use for the bottom of the tray? I want to make one for my wife but I don’t have any ‘thinner’ stock lying around. So do you rip some to width and then glue or did you just happen to have a thin sheet?
-- Josh, South Jordan Utah
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#3 posted 07-03-2010 12:42 AM
Looks like a very functional serving tray! I have found that when a wood project is just too beautiful we tend not to use it but when we make something to be used, it becomes a treasure! Good job!
-- Never board, always knotty, lots of growth rings
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#4 posted 07-03-2010 06:38 AM
I love it! It’s good to see some simple functional projects here. I make stuff to use and get beat up so I can appreciate the usefulness of a serving tray. Nice work dude, nice work.~Danp.s. I love the vases and decorative pieces that are posted here, it’s just nice to see some real functional stuff once in a while. Thanks for posting.
-- Beer is the reason I exist on this earth, that and my family! (Aurora, IL) my blog: http://justanaveragedad.wordpress.com/
#5 posted 07-04-2010 12:58 PM
@Josh: I was given some thin pieces (about the same size, like the side elements) and I only had to joint, sand, and glue them (plus routing the handles).
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