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Tuesday, March 20, 2012

DIY Paper Tray...

098 This is one of my favorite, easy, inexpensive DIY's that results in gorgeous trays to display just about anything. I have smaller ones for my perfumes, one to corral my jewelry, one to catch my keys after work, and NOW one to sit on my coffee table and store the clickers.  Styled four different ways below as well!107 Tools required and how-to after the jump...
111 Needed:
How-to:
  1. Cut paper to size of tray.  Leave a little extra for corners and creases.
  2. Starting slowly from center, paint Modge-Podge on tray and smooth paper on top.  
  3. Work your way to the outer edges, smoothing the paper all the while. 
  4.  Trim any edges that go over the tray's edge.
  5. Paint a coat of Modge-Podge on top of paper to seal in.  
118 Another easy DIY coming soon.  See the last photo for a hint.  What DIY's have you done lately?  Which "styling" do you like the best?
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15 comments:

  1. First off, I love how you call them clickers. My dad always does & I think its cute.

    Love this idea, going to definitely be making some!

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  2. I have one of these trays lying around and I just had to idea what to do with it. Thanks for the idea girl!

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  3. I love the papers at Paper Source, I'm going to do this! Also, I call them clickers too. Is it a regional term?

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  4. What?! This looks like such an easy DIY and it came out beautifully.

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  5. LOVE this easy DIY! Looks great, Julie! Love the styling options!

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  6. Very clever!
    I love trays and I have several all over my apartment. It's just such a great way to organize anything!

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  7. How fun! I love Modge Podge. The possibilities are endless! Love your varied coffee table setups too.

    Kristina
    Nook & Sea

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  8. great diy. i love diy projects. i actually bought some rounds one at Urban outfitters a few years ago for 1.99 each. i def will go out and get some modge podge. thanks for sharing!

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  9. I have two of these ikea trays, one sitting on my coffee table with silly teacups on it, and I've been meaning to ask you how you did this. So yay!

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  10. Love the tray... you can never have enough! I'm a big fan of mod podge too!

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