Hey there Lil Luna fans…my name is Amy and you can normally find me sharing ideas over at The Idea Room. I am excited to be here today sharing with you a pretty simple way to add some color and fun to your Fourth of July BBQ.
These hot dog trays are so easy to make and they make it easy for the kids (both big and small) to eat their hot dogs while containing some of the messy drips.
The hot dog trays are simply made out of some colored scrapbook paper. The paper is a little heavier weight so that the trays have some stiffness to them. Thinner paper will make it so they are not as sturdy, which may lead to dropped hot dogs and tears.
And because I love sharing and Kristyn and her fans here at Lil Luna, I would love to share the free pattern for these trays with you. Simply click on the link below to print out a pattern for your personal use.
To use the pattern, simply print and cut out the pattern. Trace around the pattern on your scrapbook paper and then cut out and fold where the dotted lines are. Then simply place some glue on the 4 tabs and glue the tray together. I glued the end tabs to the outside, but either way will work.
And…you can make these for any activity or party where you will be serving hot dogs. You could even use them to serve nachos or sub sandwiches. The possibilities really are endless.
I would love for you to stop on over to The Idea Room in the upcoming weeks and have a look around. I will be sharing more more 4th of July printables with you for some of the other items you see pictured here…because really…who doesn’t love free printables?
Thanks so much Kristyn and Lil Luna fans for having me over today!
I can’t wait to make these!! Thanks Amy for sharing!
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