It's fruit season time! I wanted to make a cute fruit stand so that I can store my fruit. This is an easy to do project and it also helps to free up kitchen counter space.
4 Pieces of wood, 1" x 3" x 32"
3 Pieces of wood, 1/2" x 1" x 10"
3 Wire baskets, 8" x 10 1/2" x 4 1/2"
1 MDF oval plaque, 8"
"fresh" decal (not pictured)
Polyurethane (Not pictured)
Staple gun (Not pictured)
Saw (Not pictured)
Drill (Not pictured)
Step 1: Cut four pieces of wood, 1" x 3" x 32" and cut three pieces of wood, 1/2" x 1" x 10" to attach wood.
Step 2: Assemble the four pieces of wood. I staggered them because I prefer that look for this project, but they can also be evenly aligned.
Step 3: I stapled the three, small pieces of wood to the back of the boards to attach them.
Step 4: I drilled six small holes to insert the hooks.
Step 5: Inserted the hooks.
Step 6: I decided to remove the hooks before painting the boards white.
Step 7: I painted the oval plaque with black paint.
Step 8: Once the paint dried, I applied the polyurethane to the boards and the oval plaque.
Step 9: Once polyurethane dried, I applied the "fresh" decal sign to the oval plaque.
Step 10: I glued the oval plaque to the board.
Step 11: I then attached the baskets to the boards.
Step 12: This is what the final product looks like!