Help your kids become business tycoons by building them a traffic-stopping lemonade stand. This simple trifold design allows for easy storage when the store is closed.
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Paint the 4’x8’ sheet of plywood with two coats of yellow on the top and two coats of green on the bottom. Measure up 62” lengthwise from one end and 24” in from the sides and make a mark at that point. This will be the top center of your arch. Measure 24” down from the mark and place a temporary screw in the center. Attach a string to a pencil to create a compass then draw a curve connecting the 62” mark all the way out to the sides of the plywood.
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