Emilie Bier Do it Your Self

Easy Tray Decoupage, in a Few Easy steps!

I’m a big fan of DIY organization – especially when it’s beautiful! Decorate the decoupage tray with a Mod collection and scrapbook papers.
For my latest trick, I’ve added fun papers on the inside there is a compartment for instant DIY organization. It’s not really a trick, is actually – it was to be as simple as a trick.
&#; t take to long to do, and once you see the original-tray, you will see what it can make a big difference, and paper. Are you interested in a decoupage tray with your very own? To see how I did it.
Decoupage tray
Collect These Supplies

specialist – of any kind with a flat bottom do
Mod hodgepodge gloss
Scrapbook-paper – two coordinating sheets
ruler
utility knife
brush
Mod hodgepodge tool Set – optional

It’s a nice subject, but it needed a little something.
I carefully measured each compartment. The two smaller and the two larger ones were the same size.
Carefully measure your paper and cut to fit you. Make sure that you fit in each tray, and when you trim keep don’t, until you do it.
Add a medium layer of Mod-hodgepodge, the interior of the tray compartments. You lead an appointment.
This is where the doctor blade from the tool set comes in handy. You’ll put the paper in sections and smooth it down – the squeegee helps in the corners. Let the paper dry for 15 – 20 minutes.
Paint several layers of Mod smorgasbord on the paper in each tray. Let the tray dry for 24 hours before use.
It’s the subtle things that count, my friends. I love my new decoupage tray, and now I have to fill it with tons of crap!

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