1. love the tray and how it turned out fabulous but what really caught my attention was your candle inside white milk glass i do that tooo hee hee

  2. Oh my goodness…so FANCY!!! please put your lady gaga pumpkins on that tray for a couple more days ๐Ÿ™‚ Clearly when I like something, I like to go a little overboard – gold studs for all!

  3. This is really cool. I wish I weren’t drowning in projects that I don’t have time to finish, or I’d do this over the weekend! Thank for some inspiration!

  4. this is pretty awesome! I LOVE how it turned out! I had no clue you could drill into lucite so easily!

  5. What a great idea to use the shadow box! It turned out so well!

  6. O.M.G. STOP! I am obsessed with this! Seriously, I could make one of these photos the wallpaper on my phone, and I would be staring at it all day long! I can’t believe you accomplished this high end look for so much less. I’m going to Michael’s. You’ve created a monster ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. This is beautiful Julia! I bet it’s sturdy too. So well thought out!

    Annie XO

  8. I think I need to GET hooked on studs…this looks great! I have that sea urchin, too, but mine doesn’t have a studded tray to sit on AT ALL ๐Ÿ™

  9. That is super cute! I never would have thought to use a shadow box for the tray…that is brilliant!

    1. Thanks Sara, you still need to become a reply-blogger so I can email you ๐Ÿ˜‰

  10. love this Julia! I knew I would see these studs again! these were too good on your pumpkins! Was hoping you had plans for extras! Looks great! Love that it was all on the cheap! Great idea


  11. Cooles Teil Julia;)
    Die Häschen Teller gibt es hier bei uns in Deutschland von H&M.com.

  12. So stylish, Julia! Love the studs and leopard print together. You are so clever using a picture frame as a tray.

  13. Thanks for the shout out ๐Ÿ™‚ The studs make it look so high end, I’m going to have to get some of those!

  14. I LOVE LOVE LOVE this tray! I didn’t think I liked studs, but paired with the acrylic and the leopard – YES! This is such a great project!

  15. LOVE this project and LOVE your new blog design!!! Featuring this tomorrow on Work it Wednesday:):):)

    xo, amy

  16. Anonymous says:

    What type of drill did u use? I have never drilled anything… ๐Ÿ™‚ any specific sized drill?

    1. Hi and it’s very easy. You can use any regular drill and drill bit. The acrylic is actually a softer material and it’s not hard to drill into it at all. Good luck!

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