I needed a quick and easy building project today because that was all my brain felt like doing, ha-ha! After looking around at my scraps I decided to make a reclaimed wood serving tray.
I cut three boards 22" long for the bottom of the tray. The width when these three were put together came to 13 1/2". I also cute two trim pieces 22" and two 11 3/4" (this will vary depending on the thickness of the wood you are using for the tray edge).
I secured the long tray edges to the two outside bottom boards first, screwing through the bottom of the tray. Be sure to countersink the screws. I then put the tray together by adding the short side tray edges, again screwing through the bottom,
I added one screw to each corner.
Metal handles were added to the ends.
I hand-painted a Montana home on the tray and then stained it.