Who’s tired of stepping on LEGO pieces? I know I am! Today’s project is a great solution and also happens to be an easy beginner woodworker project. I’m sharing a DIY rolling LEGO storage tray, perfect for sliding under the bed when not in use.
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Kreg. All opinions are my own.
I used my Kreg Jig 520PRO for this project, which as you all know by now, is my absolute favorite pocket hole jig. I love it because it’s super portable and easy to use. The portability factor is great because I can easily move it around my workshop with me, and it comes in handy for larger projects or if I am working with sheets of plywood, but it’s great for smaller projects too. Versatility is key when I choose tools for my workshop.
Also, pocket hole joinery is such a great technique for beginners who want to build but aren’t sure where to start.
I found some LEGO base plates on Amazon, and I just used a utility knife to score and snap them down to the size I needed. I later found out scissors work too, but just use an old pair since this might dull them a bit. You can hot glue them to the tray if you want to, but I just kept mine removable.
Head over to the Kreg site for the build plans and full step by step tutorial! You could also easily modify the dimensions to fit your space, and customize the finish and hardware.