Wine Caddy With Glass Holder

3 Materials
$10
2 Hours
Easy
It’s picnic season! And summers in the DMV (Washington, DC) area are always filled with outdoor concerts and festivals, encouraging attendees and guests to lounge and set up these fabulous picnic sites, eating all sorts of delectable food and drink LOTS of wine. If you’re a wine lover and you enjoy going to outdoor events as well, or simply lounging on your patio with a guest enjoying your favorite glass of wine, this is the perfect project for you. This DIY project makes it super easy to carry your favorite bottle of wine and two wine glasses to the picnic or outside to your patio. And while wine caddies are great for entertaining, these also make the perfect handmade gifts. These are also inexpensive costing less than $10.
Create the side profile for the caddy. Cut the side profile of the side panels by turning the miter saw at 45 degrees and extending the each panel to the 1.5″ mark on the miter saw gauge.
Key hole cuts for the stem shelf for the stemware.
Drill 1/2 into the 1x4 to attach the handle for the carrier.
attach the stemware shelf.
construct the wine carrier.
Finally attach the side slats.
You are ready for your picnic!
Suggested materials:
  • 1x4x8   (hardware store)
  • 3/4" Wooden Dowel   (hardware store)
  • 1x2 x6   (hardware store)
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