DIY Lemonade Stand

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Attached is a photo of the unpainted stand. There will probably be more paint applied but my granddaughter was anxious to get into operation. Since I don’t have a truck, I was limited to using 2’x4′ plywood sheets.  The corners don’t match up well so I added some trim. I know that the corrugations in the roof run the wrong way but it was easy to do. My granddaughter is tall for an eight year old so I raised the table top 6″.  Wish I had thought of this sooner; I’d have used longer verticals.  Also, I’d have put more of a slope on the roof. See my project here.

By Gordon Buck



Difficulty Level: Easy 

Estimated Cost: 20 $

Time required: One Weekend

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