Hey crafty friends! I’m back with another simple and affordable home decor transformation. I’m sharing how you can upgrade the $5 dollar spot tiered tray from Target into a cute farmhouse decor tiered tray. So, let’s get started!
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DIY Dollar Spot Tiered Tray Upgrade
I love a good transformation, especially when it takes just a few minutes! These trays from Target are super cute as is, but I really wanted to upgrade mine for my coffee bar. And since black and white are my favorite color combinations, I decided to create a fun design in Cricut Design Space to complete the look.
What you will need:
Heat Gun to speed up the drying process
This DESIGN in Cricut Design Space (this is already sized to fit this specific tray)
I created a detailed step by step tutorial to walk you through the process….
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I’ve also included the written instructions below for your convenience!
This is the Tiered Tray available at Target online and in store. It’s unfinished and the perfect blank canvas for our project!
Start by removing the shelves using a small screwdriver.
Next, apply a 2-3 coats of chalk paint. Use a heat gun to speed up the drying process between coats.
Using your favorite Cricut, cut the design on vinyl.
Weed the design.
Apply transfer tape over the design and remove the backing when ready to apply to the shelf.
Center the design on the shelf and burnish.
Remove the transfer tape.
Reassemble the shelves on to the rack.
And that’s it!
What do you think? Wasn’t that a cinch? And what a difference! I love how this project turned out. I hope you give it a try!
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