Step 2: Cutting Up

The first step is to cut the pieces for the sides.  Decide what dimensions you want your trays to be and cut up the wood accordingly.
This is a good idea. But maybe you could make handles on the sides make it easier to 'handle' them.
We weird neighbors are always the ones with useful stuff or the tool you need or the experience to fix stuff...we're like nurses- not thought of until you need help...we are essential to the community! (I am not offended to be called weird!)
Cool idea. I just hope your neighbor doesn't read this, or he might stop giving you stuff. :)
These are great. Very pretty and 1000 times better than plastic. :D

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