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DIY Wood BBQ Caddy

It's BBQ and back porch sittin' time!
Tis the season for grilling and getting together with friends.
Do you find it difficult to keep all your BBQ stuff together? This is what our prior BBQ storage consisted of prior to the BBQ Caddy.
I know pretty pathetic , but maybe you can relate...I hope :-/.
Now you can see why I wanted to make a caddy that keeps BBQ tools, spices and sauces all in one place. I also added an extra special bottle opener to quench your thirst as you or your man is slaving over the hot grill.
This BBQ Caddy is made from:
1 - 1x10x6
1 - 1x4x6
1 wood dowel
Here are the cuts.
Here are the 1x10s, cut at a 30 degree angle to make the ends.
The 1x4 makes the rest of the caddy.
The wood dowel is the handle.
Next I stained it, added a fun stencil and then sanded the stencil to give it a rustic look.
After adding a few coats of sealer I attached a bottle open...to prevent dehydration on those HOT summer days!
To see the complete tutorial come visit me at the link below. I would love for you to come by and say Hi!
To see a couple other projects from my blog check these out.
This Hangry Kitchen Tray that is a great way to carry out food to your guests.
Another summer project is this Flip Flop Bin that stores and organizes flip flops.

To see more: http://dreamdesigndiy.com/bbq-caddy/

Ask the creator about this project

  • Brenda Brown
    Brenda Brown Canada
    on Jul 1, 2016

    Love this! A caddy that's actually big enough for those giant bbq tools lol! thx for posting :)

  • Donna
    Donna Syracuse, NY
    on Jul 1, 2016

    This goes into the "why didn't I think of this" category - such agood idea.

  • Lynne
    Lynne Detroit, MI
    on Jul 1, 2016

    nicely done, and great idea. since i am the main grill person i need this

  • Laurie Harry
    Laurie Harry Tucker, GA
    on Jul 1, 2016

    What a terrific Father's Day gift - too bad it's a little late. Oh well, there's always next year.

  • Vicki Rogers
    Vicki Rogers Splendora, TX
    on Jul 1, 2016

    Great idea! Love it!

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