An Easy and Cheerful Serving Tray

I grabbed a bunch of metal serving trays a few weeks back and found lots of inspiration pieces for this lovely little number.
First, I sprayed it with Rust-Oleum Clean Metal Primer....this stuff is truly indispensable to me.  Then the tray got 3 coats of Rust-Oleum Painters Touch spray paint in Green Apple-super duper bright! Then it got one coat of clear gloss.
I decided to mod-podge fabric onto this guy. I used leftover fabric from my decoupaged desk project and it looks so fun!
I also painted the fabric with a coat of poly-urethane to protect it from water and dirty little 3 year old fingers.
To finish this one off I lined the inside edge with jute.
This tray isn't for everyone....well unless you have sunglasses:)

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Comments

  1. Lovely…. This went from ewwwww to ahhhh! I'm still in LOVE with that fabric!

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  2. Very cute! Love the color!

    Holly

  3. I LOVE this and I'm so jealous that you got the polyeurathane (or however you spell that) to work and not be too greasy… I actually covered some tile coasters I made in that stuff and they just stayed greasy and gross… maybe the key is fabric which absorbs a little? I had paper on my tiles… either way, I love your project and the colors and fabric! So fun!

    -Mel the Crafty Scientist

  4. Love it Kim! Love the color! Please come and show off at my place on Wednesday!
    Thanks!
    Melody
    ChattyChics.com

  5. I love this! Will make soon!

  6. This is absolutely lovely! That design reminds me of India. Thanks so much for sharing!

  7. Looks so totally modern and chic! Good work! 🙂

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