Do you want an easy DIY serving tray? I found some cabinet doors on clearance at IKEA and turned them into a serving tray for my home.
Here’s the cabinet door I got from the clearance section at IKEA for just $2!
What materials are needed for a DIY Serving tray?
- cabinet door or wood
Here are the instructions for the diy serving tray
We started by measuring and marking where we would want to place the handles on either side.
Next, we drilled the holes where the marks on the cabinet doors were.
On the bottom, we used a wider bit and drilled in so that the screws would sit into the wood and not on top so it wouldn’t scratch surfaces.
We screwed the handles into place.
Now I could have stopped and left the serving tray as is, but instead, I decided to apply a decal from Dollar Tree. These stickers are removable, so I can take them off with ease, and replace them for different occasions.
I’m so excited about how this serving tray turned out! It will be put to great use in our home. Wouldn’t this make a great gift idea too?
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You can build one from scratch, but you can make a serving tray easily out of cabinet doors, picture frames, or upcycle an old existing tray you find at a thrift store.
I have created a few out of cabinet doors. Simply add some handles and optional paint.
You can find my full tutorial here – Create A 3 Tiered Stand For Your Home
IKEA Cabinet Door DIY Serving Tray Video
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