I've made a table for my table---YAY! My back thanks me. This raises my kitchen table/counter up almost 7 inches. I've wanted to do this for such a long time. I used some old wood, a thick piece of plywood for the top and a length of 4x4 for the legs. The top I could cut with a skill saw, but the 4x4 was too thick for the skill saw, so I had to cut each leg with a hand saw--this took some sweat and time---the ends of the legs didn't come out super straight edged, but good enough that it doesn't wiggle! The plywood was weathered and old, so I sanded it all--again by hand. I attached each leg with 4 long wood screws, then used some left over paint I found in our garage. This took me from morning till about 5pm, when the table was dry and ready to be put in place. This project reminds me of a saying my grandmother used to say, "Where there's a will, there's a way", because this was not an easy task to pull off. I kept thinking anybody who was used to working with wood, would have this put together and done within an hour, but I enjoyed doing this in my own slow calculating way.
This is an old table--the leaf that swings up and is held by the front table leg is bowed, so things tend to roll around, but this is a much improved space made with supplies I had on hand.
About 5 or 6 years ago, my granddaughter made me a list of healthy snacks (helfee sak) I had that list taped to my kitchen wall till it faded and yellowed, but I still couldn't throw it away, so I enlarged it and painted it on my wall.
Healthy snacks, carrots and ranch, crackers and cheese, bananas, ants on a log, fruits