Whether you’re enjoying a glass of wine around the campfire, on a picnic, or simply relaxing in your backyard, there’s nothing like a good glass of wine to help you unwind. But what makes a good glass of wine even better? Sharing it with friends! So next time you’re out enjoying a glass of vino, be sure to invite a few friends along to enjoy it with you.
However, finding a level surface for that bottle and your glasses isn’t always easy. Here’s a simple project that can change that by giving you a stable table anywhere! Drinking a glass of wine outdoors is difficult if you don’t have a flat, stable surface to put your glasses (and bottle) on.
Make your next picnic or outdoor gathering a breeze with this easy-to-carry wine caddy. Whether you’re headed to the park or beach, this caddy will keep your wine glasses safe and secure, so you can relax and enjoy your drink without worry. Made from durable materials, it’s also built to last, so you can enjoy many worry-free picnics to come.
Pointed stake supports the table in a variety of terrain. Anchor the table and wine glass holder into the sand at the beach or grass in the park, your backyard, or a barbecue.
If you already have the right tools, you can easily make your own portable wine caddy. If you don’t have the tools listed below, there are many alternate ways to get the same result. Even a simple jigsaw and some patience will yield a great result! You can even make more as DIY gifts to friends and family who also love having a glass of wine every now and then. 🙂
Is this wine caddy going to be your next project?
Now if you think that you don’t have the time, tools, or skills that are needed to DIY, here are some great options you can get instead. 🙂
You’ll need these materials:
- 1/4″ Steel Rod
- Wood Glue
- Wood Dowel
- Gel Epoxy
And these tools:
- Hole Saw
- Mandrel (to hold hole saws)
- Forstner Bit
- Router Roundover Bit
- Flush Trim Saw
- Wood Clamps
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You can get step-by-step instructions from Woodworking for Mere Mortals over here…