The result is a small, long and modern-styled personal tea tray.
Step 1: Needed Stuff
- mini door handles,
- wood bard,
- 3mm thick plywood.
- wood glue, linseed oil.
- drill press,
- saw, sander.
Step 2: Make Grooves
Use a bit for 4 mm wide and 10 mm deep grooves.
WARNING! a router is an extremely dangerous tool. It rotates much faster than a drill, and can cause nasty wounds.
- Wear protection glasses and work gloves
- Tighten wooden parts in a very stable vise
- Hold router with both hands
- Exercise on some scrap wood
Step 4: Glue
When dry, rectify with a sander. Optionally fill the holes with some wood filler or putty.
Step 5: Make Holes
Drill a blind hole on the bottom side for the screw heads.