Roundup: 10 Easy DIY Serving Tray Projects

Roundup: 10 Easy DIY Serving Tray Projects

Pretty store bought serving trays often have not-so-pretty price tags. But lucky for us, there are tons of easy DIY solutions to this problem. Here are ten of my favorite handmade tray projects.   



1. Get the look of a high-end lucite tray using an inexpensive acrylic box frame for this easy tutorial. [Photo: A Little of This, A Little of That]

2. This black and white tray was created with a cardboard box - find out how here. [Photo: Lilikoy Joy]

3. This fun penny tray would be great for a kid's room. Check out the tutorial here. [Photo: Being Brook

4. Use an old frame and some cabinet hardware to make this fun one. [Photo: Lemon Tree Creations]

5. Love the faux snake skin on this tray... find out more about it here. [Photo: Richmond Thrifter]

6. Read more about this colorful paper scrap tray right here. [Photo: Fellow Fellow]

7. Yet another way to use chalkboard paint! Check out the directions here. [Photo: Red Chair Blog]

8. Metallic stripes add some pizzazz to a breakfast tray... find out more here. [Photo: Chelsea Costa]

9. Turn a boring old baking sheet into a fun chevron tray! Read more about it here. [Photo: Martha Stewart Magazine]

10. Painter's tape is the magical material behind this glam tray. Check out the full tutorial here. [Photo: A Bubbly Life]

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laurel- a bubbly life on Sep 13, 2013:

Awesome roundup, thank you for including my tray!

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