Friday, August 2, 2013

Easy DIY Lucite Tray

My favorite DIYs are the incredibly simple ones, especially on a Friday when my brain is fried!

I love the look of trays, they somehow make my clutter look clean and organized.  I saw this project for a DIY lucite tray out of a clear plastic picture frame, and thought duh!  Of course it can be a tray.


I went out to Michael's and bought a clear box frame and a piece of scrapbooking paper.



I took out the cardboard insert and turned the frame upside down, and voila!  A tray!


Then I cut the paper to size and put it in the tray.  I think someday I might take the paper out and glue on some gold studs like this diy instead.  


And done!  Easiest DIY ever, am I right?!

I hope you have a great weekend.  Tonight I'm going to a going away party for my new sister-in-law (now it's her turn to move to Korea!), then tomorrow the boyfriend and I are having some people over for brunch and then hitting a Cubs game.  And hopefully also lots of sleeping! 




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12 comments :

  1. I can't tell you how much I love DIY's as simple as this - the best! I might have to make one this weekend. Have a great weekend!

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  2. The simple DIYs are the best one! ♥ Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Super easy! I gotta make this for my desk. I am sure I could make them stackable.

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  4. awesome I want to try this sometime soon! :)

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  5. cute! I want one of these for our entryway table (once we find the table haha!)

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  6. What a perfect DIY! I love it - how easy and gorgeous!

    xox Lara www.weheartbeautyblog.com

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  7. I love lucite trays! And you are right this is an easy and fun DIY!

    Ali of

    www.dressingken.com

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  8. I LOVE lucite for the office! So clever!
    www.theadoredlife.com

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  9. Ok, this is genius! I've been wanting a lucite tray for awhile but they all cost like $40! I might have to try this out...
    ~Jessica

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  10. fromproseccotoplaidAugust 4, 2013 at 10:33 PM

    Love this idea!! So fab. xo, Julie
    www.fromproseccotoplaid.com

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  11. Very cool!
    Hope
    hchdesigns.blogspot.com

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