Made with adhesive foil, this Breakfast in Bed Tray is a stylish addition to a time of relaxation. This post contains affiliate links, which won’t cost you extra, but helps support this site. This post is sponsored by Cricut. All opinions and photos are my own.
Breakfast in bed shouldn’t be a Mother’s Day only occurrence. The lazy days of summer should include a few special breakfasts full of relaxation, too. Make this Breakfast in Bed Tray for yourself, and maybe the kids will take the hint.
I used a 50% off coupon at a local arts and crafts store, and I already had the paint and other supplies to complete this tray. The total cost was about $3!
- Wood tray – Local arts and crafts stores carry a variety of sizes, but these can be somewhat lightweight. Feel free to use any tray that you have or that you have made, as long as it is plain.
- White paint
- Paint brush/paint roller
- Cricut Explore Air or Cricut Explore Air 2
- Cricut Standard Grip Cutting Mat
- Cricut Adhesive Foil
- Optional: Cricut Tranfser Tape – I have found the Cricut Adhesive Foil to be so sturdy that I do not typically use Transfer Tape, but feel free to use if needed.
- Clear coating spray
Paint the tray with as many coats as it takes to be fully covered. Let dry completely.
Measure the inside portion of the tray.
Open up Cricut Design Space.
From this point, you are welcome to use my Breakfast in Bed Tray file. Click HERE to open it up and use it.
If you choose to not use it and design your own, first create a rectangle the size of the inside portion of the tray. This rectangle will NOT be cut, but it is for reference so that you can add the other elements and see how they will fit inside the tray. Add a small and large ring and a knife, spoon, and fork image from Cricut Design Space. Arrange these on the rectangle. Once you have the layout complete, delete the rectangle so that it does not cut. Attach all of these elements together.
Measure the rim of the tray and design whatever phrase/words that you would like to have on the outside of the tray, if desired.
Cut the design out with your Cricut and the Adhesive Foil.
Adhere the foil to the tray.
Apply the clear coat spray to seal the design. Let dry/cure completely before using.
Cricut has a selection of Adhesive Foil to go with any decor. Adhesive foil is one of my favorite Cricut crafting materials. I especially enjoy using it during the holidays, like with this Adhesive Foil ornament.
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