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Friday, May 19, 2017

Mod Podge Crafts: Wood Stacking Trays from Hobby Lobby!

This post is sponsored by Hobby Lobby for Mod Podge Day!
Supplies for this post were sent by Hobby Lobby and Plaid Crafts.
All crafts, thoughts and opinions are my own.
Today, May 19th, we are celebrating the 50th anniversary of Mod Podge!  
So Happy Mod Podge Day!  Check out Plaid Crafts for more ideas and Mod Podge celebrations!
Look at these fabulous stacking trays!  
Here's a fun story.  About a year ago I went to Hobby Lobby and just had to get a yard of this wonderful floral fabric.  I didn't have any plans for it, but just look at that fun pattern and bright colors!  Flash forward to this week--Hobby Lobby sent me these awesome stacking trays and Plaid Crafts sent me Mod Podge and paint, and the perfect craft combination was created!
Do you have a fabric you just love and haven't used yet?  Maybe this is just the inspiration you need!
If you don't live near a Hobby Lobby, they have fabulous online shopping too!
These wood trays are lightweight wood and so fun to customize!
I love the slim size, they are the perfect "catch all" for the entryway table...perfect for stashing keys, wallets, and pocket change.  The big one is perfect for a simple serving tray; great for party snacks or a breakfast tray!
You will need:
Woodpile Stacking Trays (from Hobby Lobby)
Mod Podge for Fabric  (All Mod Podge is on SALE!!! Today ONLY!!!)
Paint/Paintbrushes
Fabric
Scissors/Rotary Cutter & Mat
Begin by painting the trays.  I used Chalk Paint in Sheepskin by FolkArt (sent to my by Plaid Crafts).
Then let them dry completely.
Next measure the inside of the tray and cut the fabric to fit.  I used a rotary cutter, but scissors would work too.
Check to make sure it fits as desired.
Then get the fabric Mod Podge.  It's made specifically for adhering material to things. 
Remove the fabric from the tray.  Add some Mod Podge and paint a thin layer over the base of the tray.
Let it dry for at least 2 hours.
Then place the fabric in the tray and paint a layer of Mod Podge right on top.
Then let them dry.  They will look milky and cloudy and dry clear.
They look bright and vibrant!  I love the big flower pattern.
 Perfect for simple kitchen service, parties, outdoor entertaining, jewelry trays, catch all in the entryway, organization in the craft room or office...and more!
What are you doing today to celebrate Mod Podge day?  Head over to Hobby Lobby and get some wood trays to decorate!  
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