Summer BBQ Tiered Serving Tray DIY

by Jillian Leslie on

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I wanted to make a quick and easy tiered serving tray that would look great at any outdoor summer BBQ! I made this in about five minutes using some plastic SOLO Squared plates and bowls, two shot glasses (you can use small candle stick holders instead), and some Glue Dots. I love how picnic-y and fun it turned out!

I set mine up as a chips and guacamole tray, but this would work great as a cupcake or dessert stand too.

BBQ Tiered Serving Tray DIY | CatchMyParty.com

  SUPPLIES:
  • 1 large (10.24 inch) SOLO Squared plastic plate
  • 1 medium (9 inch) SOLO Squared plastic plate
  • 1 SOLO Squared plastic bowl
  • 2 shot glasses
  • Glue Dots

BBQ Tiered Serving Tray DIY | CatchMyParty.com

DIRECTIONS:

Add four Glue Dots to the bottom of the shot glass. Affix to large plate to be your base.

BBQ Tiered Serving Tray DIY | CatchMyParty.com

Wrap 8-10 Glue Dots over the top of the shot glass and continue to stack.

BBQ Tiered Serving Tray DIY | CatchMyParty.com

And here's the finished product! It is actually quite stable, but just be careful not to add too much heavy food in the top tier.

BBQ Tiered Serving Tray DIY | CatchMyParty.com

What I love about this idea is that you can make different variations depending on what you need, then you take them apart, and make more!

BBQ Tiered Serving Tray DIY | CatchMyParty.com

This is a sponsored post by SOLO cups, but all ideas are mine!  To learn more about SOLO cups and see other great ideas, head to the SOLO cups Facebook page.

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