Upcycle old crates and pallets to build an old-fashioned lemonade stand. Use it as a drink station at your next backyard party or set it up in the front yard and let the kids earn a few dollars.
To make a lemonade stand, you will need: two to three discarded shipping pallets; a mini crowbar; a hammer; a nail gun; an orbital sander with fine-grit sanding pads; scrap plywood; a can of white spray paint in a flat finish; 1” detail paintbrush; an 8-oz. container of acrylic art paint; a circular saw; and measuring tape.
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