Wednesday, January 2, 2013

DIY Monogram Acrylic Tray

Today, as you may have noticed from the title, I have an exciting and fun Do It Yourself for y'all to try! I have had this post ready for a while now but can finally show y'all since Christmas has passed and these items were gifts!

For starters, order or head to your local organization store (I ordered from the container store) and purchase some lucite trays, whichever size pleases you. Also, head on over to etsy and order monogram decals!

Clean the surface of the tray and then begin to apply monogram decal.

Tear away top sticker (apply the decal).

And TA DA you have a beautiful monogrammed tray that costs about $11 depending on the size tray you purchase.

Here are the three I have done! I use mine to store everyday jewelry so I am not just setting it on my bathroom counter when I go to shower. 

I hope y'all are inspired to make your own monogrammed tray since it is so easy and requires very little effort!



  1. I love this idea! I think I'm going to have to go try this!

  2. What a great idea! I actually just made a monogrammed tray, as well, but I made the tray out of wood and then Mod Podged monogrammed fabric onto it. Hopefully, that project will be posted tomorrow, but I'm so obsessed with trays right now! :)

  3. Such a cute and easy idea! I've been needing a jewelry tray, and I think this is the best (and cheapest) way to conquer it!
    thanks for sharing!

  4. What a great, cheap, gift idea! I'll have to keep this in mind for the future! Thanks for sharing!!

  5. Love this. Such a low cost project when they are typically so much

  6. That's amazing how cheap this adorable tray is! I actually received one for graduation and it was around $55.... What a rip off! Definitely making these as gifts ;)

  7. I have been meaning to do this! Would be fun with designs, too!

  8. What a great idea! I can't wait to try it!

  9. Defintely going to try this!! It's sooo cute!

  10. What is the store called that you bought the decals off of?


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