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Fun PVC Pipe Homemade Party Platter

By: Lynn Lilly from
Fun PVC Pipe Homemade Party Platter
Fun PVC Pipe Homemade Party Platter
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PVC pipe crafts have never looked so good. Learn how to make the Fun PVC Pipe Homemade Party Platter. This easy entertaining idea starts with a basic wood platter and becomes a lovely DIY tray perfect for your next gathering. Colored paper is your best friend when it comes to designing and completing this project. It's great if you need to carry a bunch of favors to a restaurant for a birthday party, or simply for keeping utensils organized at the end of a serving line. Parties are all about the details, and with this darling tutorial, you'll add so much to your next get together.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening

MaterialsPaint, Paper, Plastic, Wood

Primary TechniqueWood Crafts

Project or Page Size12 inches x 12 inches


Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • 2 Sizes of PVC Pipe
  • A wooden tray
  • Red ribbon
  • Chalk Paint
  • Scrapbook paper
  • Fluff: Forks, Knifes, spoons, napkins, straws, flowers


  1. Cut PVC pipes 5 inches high with a Miter Saw

  2. Paint wooden tray with chalk paint

  3. Hot glue colorful scrapbook paper to the PVC

  4. Secure the PVC to the painted tray

  5. Glue ribbon around the tray

  6. Add the fluff!

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