Want to give your kids a sandbox or a sandpit but don’t have enough room for it at home? If you do, why don’t you make them a picnic table that doubles as a sandbox?
This piece of DIY furniture is a clever solution for those who have a small backyard. You can also place it indoors, if you want to keep an eye on them while you make lunch or dinner. It’s a space-saver and makes playtime a less messy affair.
You get two things for the price of one. You can even use pallets to further save on cost.
Building a kids’ sandbox that doubles as a picnic table is a project you can finish in a weekend. See how easy it is by watching the video tutorial below. Or you can design your own by getting some inspiration from our gallery!
Think your kids would love to have this picnic table with sandbox? Go ahead and make one for them!
You’ll need these materials:
- 1×3 Timber
- Wood Glue
- Wood Screws
- Outdoor Lacquer
And these tools:
- Measuring Tape
- Table Saw
- Cordless Drill
- Nail Gun
- Wood Clamps
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Thanks to Dave’s Woodworks for this great project. You can watch the step-by-step tutorial here:
Don’t have time to DIY? This timber picnic table and sandbox combo with adjustable canopy is currently on sale at just $99.91 with FREE shipping (from its original price of $200.00)!