How To Make A Lemonade Stand
It is summer and time for ice cold lemonade. Kids love selling lemonade! Here are lemonade stand plans you can build in an afternoon. Grab some extra PVC pipe to make a marshmallow shooter. This will keep them busy in between customers.
4′ X 8′ X 1/2″ sheet of plywood
4′ X 4′ X 1/8″ sheet of Masonite
4 – 4″ Strap Hinges (hooks sides to front)
2 – 3″ Door hinges (hooks top to front)
36 – 8 X1/2 flat head phillips wood screws
2- 8 X 5/8 philips metal screws (hooks plastic pvc coupler to sign)
2 Nails approximately 2″ long
Drill bit #8 or 11/64″
2 – 1″ PVC Slip Couplers
2 – 3 inch L Brackets
4 – 8 X 3/8 Flat Phillips Metal Screws
Paint , I gave the stand a coat Pantone’s “Color of the Year” Emerald Green Valspar paint from Lowes.
Cut from plywood:
Top 48″ x 18 1/2″
Front 36″ x 48″
Cut from Masonite:
Sign 22″ x 32″
Top sign 18×48
The best part is when you are finished selling lemonade the stand folds flat for easy storage!
These girls are on there way to making their first million!
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As always my DIY supplies are from my go to store Lowes. Thanks Lowes for sponsoring this post!