- Long wood board
- Yellow, green and purple tape in varying widths and thicknesses
- 2 buckets
To make it easier to achieve parallel stripes I like to make a mark every inch at the end of the plank.
Using the color tapes, make a variety of stripes along the wooden board.
Place board on top of buckets, and you have your tabletop.
HINTS & CLUES
- Different buckets are better for different environments. For example, a bucket with handles that protrude up will make the table wobbly if it's on a hard surface but if it's in grass the handles can be pushed in and they'll actually help to steady the table.
- The wider and lower the bucket the more stable.
- Also, if you place the buckets upright they can be weighted with bricks, stone etc.