DIY Reversible Lemonade Stand + Drink Recipe

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It’s the Summer and we are almost in the middle of July when it gets extremely hot here in Texas. We always love to do things as a family so we thought, why not have a family lemonade stand? We created a lemonade stand that would be perfect for family gatherings, but also it can be converted into a hot chocolate stand, or whatever you would like.


Summer DIY Lemonade Stand/ Winter Hot Chocolate Stand

Tools needed

  • Drill for making pocket holes and screwing everything together
  • Hammer
  • Table saw
  • Paint and stain supplies
  • Pocket hole tool kit
  • Clamps
  • Scissors


Materials needed

  • Seven cedar fence pickets
  • Two 1 by 3 by 6 boards for the legs (could use 1by 4’s)
  • One ¾” thick 4’ by 4’ sheet of plywood
  • Four caster wheels
  • Stain
  • Chalkboard paint
  • Nails
  • Screws
  • Decor


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Step 1 – Cut wood

  • Plywood for top and bottom I used a table saw to cut them 36” by 15”
  • Four 1 by 3 boards for the legs cut to 34 ½”
  • Six cedar fence pickets cut to 36” for the front
  • Use four of the left over fence pickets cut to 36” for the sides
  • One fence picket or 1 by 6 on the top for the sign cut to 46”
  • Two 2 by 2 pieces to hold the sign cut to 76”


Step 2 – Use the pocket hole tool to drill 2 holes on each side of the legs. Screw the legs to the top and bottom of the stand as shown in the picture.

Step 3 – Attach the pickets to the front and the sides of the stand.

Step 4 – Attach the 2 by 2 boards to the stand to hold the sign and attach the board for the sign at the top of it.

Step 5 – Attach the wheels to make it easier to move around.


Step 6 – Stain the wood.


Step 7 – Chalkboard paint on the sign so you can change the words and add your own flair.

Here is a picture if you want to turn it into a hot chocolate stand.

When it’s just us three or when our family and friends come over it’s a fiesta! We love to put on Tejano music and bailar la noche entera. This is a tradition that our family has been doing for generations.

An easy and delicious brand that we have been using for years is Minute Maid® Lemonade. We get our lemonade at our local Walmart store.

You can easily make all kinds of recipes with Minute Maid® Lemonade. That’s why I created my own drink recipe.

Non-Alcholic Lemon Mojito

You will need:

  • Minute Maid® Lemonade
  • Salt (optional)
  • Limes
  • Mint

I like salt, so I salt the rim of my cup by getting it wet with lime. I add my Minute Maid® Lemonade to the cup and 1 squeeze of lime. I then add some mint to garnish my cup. Lastly, a slice of lime on the rim tops off the presentation. I don’t know why, but drinks always seem to taste better when they are pretty (plus you can charge more for them, ha ha) Our son loves this recipe!


Disclosure: Not all fruits depicted are present in each product. Juice percentage varies.


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