Super Easy And Fast DIY Catch-All Leather Tray

Super Easy And Fast DIY Catch-All Leather Tray
This simple leather DIY tray is perfect for change, keys and all the stuff you have, it’ll make your morning easier, you won’t have to look for your keys everywhere. Prepare 8×11 leather piece, leathercraft, glue, clothespins. Fold corners and clip with a clothespin. Use your leather glue to attach the corners. Use a clothespin... 
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DIY Faux Marble And Wood Serving Tray

DIY Faux Marble And Wood Serving Tray
Need a cool serving tray? We’ve got a great idea with a tutorial for you! Prepare marble contact paper, wood, leather, gold thumbtacks. You can totally keep the wood raw and use it that way, or add a little depth and color to it. Use a couple different stains to get the color just right,... 
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DIY Concrete And Brass Tray For Serving

DIY Concrete And Brass Tray For Serving
This chic and glam concrete tray is easy to make, and it’s indispensable at any party. You’ll need quick-drying concrete, heavy weight cardboard, light weight cardboard, a medium size bowl, duct tape, cooking spray, gold rings, a sand paper sponge, white paint, food-safe sealer, vinyl bumpers. Place your bowl upside down on the heavy-weight cardboard... 
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DIY IKEA Hack: Marble Tray From A Candle Dish

DIY IKEA Hack: Marble Tray From A Candle Dish
IKEA hacks can’t be more popular than now! Here’s one more amazing IKEA idea for your home – a cool marble tray from twinspiration.co. The supplies are GLADJANDE candle dish, grey marble adhesive film, scissors, tape measure, a pen. Lay a piece of contact paper face down on the floor. Pull a tape measure to... 
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DIY Stained Serving Tray With A Bowl Rest

DIY Stained Serving Tray With A Bowl Rest
This cute food serving tray will be great for serving breakfast in bed. The supplies are an unfinished wooden plaque with circle, 1’’ wooden blocks, wood glue, wood stain, extra fine sand paper, spray food safe shellac, a foam brush. The wooden board comes relatively sanded, but we wanted it to be extra smooth so... 
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Cheerful DIY Paper Mache Pineapple Tray

Cheerful DIY Paper Mache Pineapple Tray
We’ve already shared some pineapple crafts to rock and enjoy this summer, and here’s one more tutorial with such a print. The supplies are cardboard and newspaper, flour, water, mixing bowl and whisk, masking tape, a pencil, ruler, and craft knife, acrylic paint, brushes, and palette, gesso, mod podge. Sketch out your tray shape on... 
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16 Cool And Comfy DIY Serving Trays With Handles

16 Cool And Comfy DIY Serving Trays With Handles
Wanna serve a romantic breakfast abed? You need a good food tray with handles for comfiness in using! Marble, wood, plastic, old pallets and even doors can become a nice source of materials for such a craft. Take what you prefer and go sanding if needed and decorating it in various ways: painting, spray painting,... 
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Stylish Industrial DIY Concrete Serving Tray

Stylish Industrial DIY Concrete Serving Tray
Concrete projects are quite popular these days. It doesn’t take much more than an inexpensive bag of cement and some cardboard to create this cool, industrial-chic concrete serving tray, so let’s do it! Prepare cardboard, a box cutter, a ruler, a pencil, a marker, painter’s tape, cooking spray, cement, 2 drawer handles, a sanding sponge,... 
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Simple DIY Bathtub Tray With Brass Handles

Simple DIY Bathtub Tray With Brass Handles
A bathtub tray is a must because it’s so convenient! You can put there a cup of tea, a book, a mobile, a tablet, a scrub or a bowl with some mask or oil, so let’s make one with this tutorial from fiftytwoweekendsofdiy.com. First, measure the edge-to-edge width of the bathtub, then find a piece... 
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19 Colorful DIY Mosaic Crafts For Home Décor

19 Colorful DIY Mosaic Crafts For Home Décor
Mosaic is the art of creating images with an assemblage of small pieces of colored glass, stone, or other materials. The earliest known examples of mosaics are dated to the 3rd millennium BC. Today mosaics is also very popular for home décor and people make such patterns everywhere using glass, pebbles, stones, plastic and ceramics.... 
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