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  1. Thanx for giving me a great idea! I’m a “Tub Lover” from way back ☺!
    And I have an old tub tray that’s been my private joy for many years. But as we all know, time takes it’s toll…. my best friend is beginning to sag too much to be safe with a glass of wine or a book!! Your lovely and simple tray is exactly what I need!! Yes, I know I’m shouting, and I hope you forgive me for that…. I’m just so excited about using my old tub tray on top of your new and beautiful one! Now I can have a Queen’s Bath and not lose my book 📚 or the all important glass of Wine 😘Thanx!!!

  2. But I love the iPad holder even more!!! Did you make that as well?

    1. We did, but we never wrote up a tutorial!! We’ll have to make another one soon so we could share – that’d be a great project for the holidays!

  3. Amanda, I love this! It’s simple, yet elegant. I too would need a timer to get out of the bathtub if I had one of these in my bathroom. Keep up the good work and happy 2018.

  4. I definitely need one of these! I love long relaxing baths, usually while catching up on my favorite show on my iPad. This is brilliant!

    1. You so need one…and I hadn’t thought to watch television…I know what I’m doing this weekend!

  5. I am in complete agreement – there is NOTHING better than a long bath, a delicious glass of wine and a great book. I am loving this tutorial and definitely need to make myself one of these.

  6. This tray is AMAZING. I like to have one on my bathtub. Just hoping my iphone won’t fall off into steamy water.

    1. Thank you! I haven’t had any issues yet, haha! 🙂

  7. I have *always* wanted one of these chic trays! I rarely use our bathtub for lots of the same reasons you mentioned – book or iPad will get wet, etc. But if I had one of these trays I’d be set! If you need me, I’ll be sorting through our pile of scrap wood!