It doesn’t matter how many trays I have; I always want to make more. You can find some of our other tray ideas here. Maybe because they are so handy, maybe because I have so many ideas for them, or maybe because they are such easy, fun projects and this time I was inspired by floral. Floral prints are everywhere right now and I wanted to experiment with them. I went digging through the basement and found an old decorative plaque that I’ve had tucked away and knew it would make a perfect little coffee tray.
It used to hang in our guest room before we redecorated but I knew I would find another use for it one day and by covering the bottom with a floral paper, I turned it into a cute little single serve coffee tray. Certainly perfect for indulging yourself in the morning, in bed or on the porch and the best part is this project takes 10 minutes! Cut, glue, dry and done and then have a seat and indulge yourself with a little me time, then enjoy!
What you’ll need:
A small wooden tray or plaque
Modge Podge and foam brush
Cut a square of paper to fit inside your tray.
Use Modge Podge to glue the paper in place and let it dry, then add a layer of glue on top of the paper to seal it.
Once it’s dry, enjoy your coffee tray and happy crafting!
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