I love these serving trays and I am so glad that Debra is letting me share them with you. I am hoping to make some of my own soon.
Last year I made a plate/serving tray/thingy-majig? Well, I’ve spent the better part of this year perfecting my innovation (That’s right! Nobody has EVER done this before! I am the first!). I wish I had had the foresight to take photos of the other plate/serving ma-bobber/watcha-ma-call-its. They were glorious. I might have to go over to my friend’s houses (the ones that have received the whoosie-whats-its) and take photos.
Alas, you must take my word for the fact that they were perfection. But now take a gander at these that I did take pics of! I had a few friends in need of some fabulous in their lives.
Actually these friends are the definition of fabulous. They certainly did not need a homemade gift to make them more so, but I gave them these anyways.
This tray(thing) is actually quite large. I think it measures about 20 inches across. I had a beautiful chunky candlestick that worked perfectly for the base. Both items are from Homegoods, though the candlestick was purchased in April and the plate was purchased last week. It was love at first sight for them. They were just meant for each other!
Don’t know why I can’t keep the camera straight. I feel like I’m going down with the ship.
This next picture is weird. I accidentally inverted the colors when I was resizing it. I didn’t realize I had done this until I had uploaded it to this post, and now I’m just too darn lazy to go back and change it, but it does make me think that my kitchen might look good with blue walls, white appliances and sea-faom green cabinets….just kidding!
Here they are. wrapped (well, be-“bowed” anyways) and ready to go to the party!