How to make small snack tables for large gathering
Naomie Moore aka baileyanddaisey, Castaic CA on Dec 17, 2017how many tables do you need? How many people? Side table height? Bar height? Casual? Formal?Helpful Reply
Linda Sikut on Dec 17, 2017You could use those tall plastic buckets that they sell at places like Lowes & Home Depot for a base. Remove the handle - spray paint them if you want. You can put some rocks or sand in the bottom so they won't tip over easily. Then find some round wood for a top. Sand or paint the wood and glue it to the top of the bucket. We just bought some pre-sanded wood circles to use to make trays at Home Depot. They would work well as a top. The ones we got were about $6.00. They do come larger if that's what you want. You could also buy some boards and have Home Depot or Lowes cut them into squares for you. If you have the ability to make your own, just get some plywood, MDF board or anything else you like and cut them into squares or circles. If you have access to pallets, you could also use that wood. Hope that helps or sparks your imagination. Wishing you the best and Happy Holidays!Helpful Reply
Fiddledd224 on Dec 17, 2017Stack books, trays or suitcases and place a board or piece of glass on topHelpful Reply
Cindy Darsey Chadwell on Dec 17, 2017http://www.party-ideas-by-a-pro.com/buffet-table-ideas.htmlHelpful Reply
Mogie on Dec 17, 2017Small folding coffee trays. Use cinder blocks and put a piece of wood on top.Helpful Reply
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