|Project by Andy Panko||posted 06-10-2012 12:37 AM||2064 views||0 times favorited||10 comments|
I just finished building this lemonade stand for my kids. It is nothing fancy and the construction was real simple, but for a lemonade stand, it is built like a brick you-know-what house. It was made entirely from scraps and leftover lumber. The 2×4s and LP Smart Panels are leftovers from the recent playhouse project I blogged about here on Lumberjocks. The top is laminated in white Formica I had leftover from making a laundry folding table in my basement. The poles holding up the faux awning are electrical conduit from when I rewired my laundry area and the awning is made from miscellaneous pieces of 1/8” hardboard I had laying around, built around a frame of 1”x1” pine. The kids loved it, AND they made about $15 selling lemonade and cookies at a yard sale we had today!
-- Andy Panko, Edison NJ, www.pankowoodworks.com