As usual life got a little crazy and while I liked my project, I thought it still needed tweeking, so I put it on hold for a few days to think, and now I am ready to share it with you today. My Decorative Triangle Tray!
So cute, I love it! It really is easy, so don't let the triangle fool you! Let's get started, all you need are some scrap 1x2's and scrap 1/2" plywood to make your cuts.
I made this tray a specific size so I could fit it in my Corner Cabinet Makeover but you could easily adjust the measurements to fit your needs. I have added mine above.
To finish it I used the vinegar and steel wool method I used on my Camping Crate. I added some felt pads to the bottom and I was done.
My Repurposed Life. While I thought it was cute and did a perfect job for what I wanted...I also thought it needed something...and then I knew...
...a few days later. :)
Weather Wood Finish, and I have used it several times. It is nice because you can do as little or as much as you want.
Large Rustic Clock I made a few months back, and knew it would be easy to do.
I grabbed some left over sheet metal/tin and marked it in strips to the width I wanted. You can buy this at Home Depot. Then I used my tin snips to cut the strips. I bent one on a front corner of the tray and it looked good.
Thank you so much for stopping by and I hope you have a wonderful week!
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