• What You Need:
  • sander
  • kreg jig
  • square
  • clamps
  • electric screwdriver
  • 1/8” counterbore drill bit
  • 1-1/2″ hole saw bit
  • t-square
  • pencil
  • wood
  • wood glue
  • wood filler
  • wood screws (1-1/4″)
  • wood screws (2-1/2″)
  • sandpaper (110 grit)
  • two plastic planter boxes

 

Hey Guys! What’s up? My friends and I love to hang out together for some bonding time. We especially enjoy playing the guitar and singing while drinking beer. But we usually don’t stay in bars. Believe it or not, we just hang out at home, right in our backyard. I just found what I need to make our pastime better! This -Patio Table with built in wine coolers!

It looks certain right now that I can make my own yard a much better place to hang out so what I did was check online for inspirations. I was quite excited especially as I looked one by one at the photos of this patio table that were posted online. It was like an ordinary picnic table placed in the patio, but it has a built-in cooler for the drinks you want to serve! It was just the perfect thing that I needed to make my own patio an excellent party site! What I like best about this kind of patio table is that it has lids that could cover the coolers whenever they are not needed for a particular occasion. Isn’t that nifty and awesome both at the same time?

Anyway, I’m so glad to inform you that we will be including party projects moving forward. My friends used to say “C’mon spice up your life and kick up some party!”. In a way they are right. It’s very important for people to understand how to balance work and life. You should be able to always have that right momentum to go push for your goals. Whatever it might be. The things we will share with you are ideas, inspirations and giveaway ideas for your upcoming events whether that’s a wedding, holiday or just a typical family celebration!

How about you? Can you give your feedback as to what party needs or ideas do you want learn more about? We will certainly appreciate it!

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Patio Table