Decorate a Christmas tray (ideal for Last-Minute!)
These last-minute DIY Christmas tray is the perfect budget craft! The trays are from the dollar store – just add paper and Mod-smorgasbord.
Hi, it’s David from Cheltenham Road here, the sealing tinkering with my position as king of the last minute holiday.
My creative mind seems to only really come under pressure, and with my annual holiday party next-to-last Saturday I was feeling the pressure.
I was informed before my cake pop, but what I needed now was a nice opportunity to see some of the other desserts and I was a bit bored with white plates and so on.
a while Ago, I’ I;d picked up some plastic to think trays from the dollar store “this could be useful, one day,” and “sometime” was now! A bit of quick work with a Mod collection and holiday themed paper, and I made a super-quick holiday specialist had<.br>
DIY Christmas Tray
Matt Mod-hodgepodge (not shown)
Hard layer of Mod hotchpotch
- Patterned paper
silicone Mat (not really necessary, but very helpful)
After the cut the paper down the bottom of my Christmas specialist, I used to spread my brush with foam Matt Mod smorgasbord on the bottom of the tray and the upper side of the paper.
After the application of the paper at the bottom of the drawer, I flipped it over and with my fingers, carefully air bubbles or wrinkles smoothed out (I was working with tissue paper so fold the par for the course – were kind; a heavy paper, cool wrapping paper or something – would make it easier).
After you dry everything thoroughly, would I gave the newspaper a good couple of layers Hard layer of Mod smorgasbord, so it will stand up to cleaning.you can even in the dishwasher-Mod-hodgepodge, if you want to be able to your Element! Of course, you’ll have to ensure that the tray is washable too. And I’m a little embarrassed, now that’s all she wrote! Three last-minute-holiday-tablet, 5 minutes of work (and a couple of hours drying time) and I was good for the party!
I hope to treat the holiday are all good. Thanks for all your comments over the past year. I’m really looking forward to coming up with new things for 2016!
I recognize many of you smarter than I, and aren’t trying to tablet your guests arrive 10 minutes before. Maybe this Motto could to new year's eve? Maybe a little paper with 2016 written on it or something.
The paper I’m here from Cavallini & Co – they have a great selection of papers and stuff – very vintage and very me!