It’s June, baby. Which means: it’s officially grilling season. Not that it ever went away, but summer’s the time to move from “I’m gonna fire up the grill cause it’s cold outside and I really need some of warm weather flavor” to creating entire feasts outdoors and over an open flame.
And to be successful, you gotta stay organized, and have a place to work. So, let’s build this DIY grill cart complete with a work surface, storage shelves, tool hooks and racks, and lots more.
If you want to learn how to make your own grill cart, you can sign for this free DIY Workshop at your local Home Depot on Saturday, June 20th, just in time for Father’s Day. It’s available at Home Depot locations all across the U.S., and it doesn’t cost a cent to learn.
The DIY Workshop will cover the basics of building this easy and oh-so-useful project, provide measured instructions, and offer basic tips on creating from standard lumber and home center materials. It’s also a great option to learn about basic and safe power tool use. The whole thing is constructed with easy-to-find and affordable dimensional lumber, so you whip this guy up over a weekend, and be ready for grilling season!
The DIY Grill Cart Workshop takes place on Saturday, June 20, 2015 from 10:00 – 11:30AM. You can find more details and register at the Home Depot Workshops page. Next week, I’ll be building a customized version on this project for my own home, and sharing the process with you. Stay tuned.
Oh, and get this: If you live near Seattle, Washington, I, Chris Gardner from ManMade, will be teaching the workshop at the Seattle Bitter Lake Store #4706. If you’re in the area, this is an awesome opportunity for me to meet and collaborate with ManMade readers, and I’ve love to hang out with you and use some power tools for a day.
So, head to the Home Depot DIY Workshops page to sign up, and we’ll see you on Saturday.
Thanks to Home Depot for sponsoring this post and making ManMade a partner for the 2015 DIY Workshop series. Thank you for supporting the brands that make ManMade possible.