Holiday season is right around the corner, and with the holidays sometimes comes a lot of serving food and treats. I love DIY’ing everything, so why not serving trays? They can be made out of all sorts of materials, like this serving tray made from a frame at The Pretty Blog. Are you ready to make one of your own? You probably have the goods laying around the house right now. Click through the jump to find more ideas!
Picture Frame 1 of 11Add an old tea towel to a frame, then add handles for a unique serving tray.
See how it was done at Under the Sycamore
Woodburned Bird 2 of 11If you've never tried woodburning, this simple tray design is a good place to start.
Learn how at Design Sponge
Faux Stained Glass 3 of 11Use a faux stained glass technique to create the beautiful panel in this tray.
Learn how it was done at Bugaboo, Mini, Mr & Me
Metallic Chevron 4 of 11This tray was created from an old wine box, and metallic tape was added to decorate the inside.
Find out how at Lovely Indeed
DIY Scrabble 5 of 11Use Scrabble pieces, epoxy and an old tray to make a new statement piece.
Get the how--to at Junk Mail Gems
Lucite Tray 6 of 11Turn a plastic frame into a tray with the addition of colorful wrapping paper.
Get the tutorial at Momtastic
Modern Trees 7 of 11It's easy to revamp a tray with Mod Podge, paint and paper.
See how it was done at Lemon Squeezy Home
Etched Map 8 of 11Etching cream allows you to reproduce a real map on a piece of glass.
Get the how--to at Design Sponge/a>
Hand Built 9 of 11You can build this tray by spending less than $4 on wood - then use a distressing technique to make it truly special.
Find the step-by-step at Shanty 2 Chic
Silver Gilding 10 of 11You'll get a chance to use silver leaf when you make this tray; the silhouette graphic adds a unique touch.
Get the how--to at Martha Stewart
Wine Corks 11 of 11This tray was created by gluing wine corks inside.
See more images at Etsy shop LizzieJoeDesigns
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