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Mod Podge Easter Tray

 

Mod Podge Easter Tray

This year I am determined to get more Easter decor up around the house. Last year I created my Easter Tree (check it out here) and this year I want to add a few smaller pieces around the house. My sweet princess loves to find new things when she comes over. I think she is going to love this Easter Tray that I created using Paper Mod Podge.

I am joining the fun at Creative Crafts for Quick & Easter Crafts and there are some amazing artists creating fun things for you to check out. Be sure to hop over by clicking on the graphic above. 


PAper Mod Podge

I picked up this tray at HL a while back and have been wanting to use napkins and Mod Podge to create something fun with it. I found some super cute bunny napkins and couldn't wait to get started!  Did you know that Mod Podge has brushes designed to use with their products? I love using these because I don't have to fight with brush marks!

Fussy Cut Napkins

Start by fussy cutting the napkins. These napkins were pretty thick so I used my favorite paper scissors. Be sure to cut enough to finish your project and a couple of extra. Once the layers are separated they are thin! Pull the layers apart so that you are left with the top layer only.


Mod Podge Napkins

I like to start in the middle of the piece and apply one piece at a time. I did find that it was easier to apply a thin layer of the Mod Podge, then press the napkin into it, and let that dry. Then I went back and applied a layer on top of the napkins. When I tried to apply the top layer while the bottom layer was still wet, I tore the napkin! 


Easter Egg Dish

I added a sentiment in the middle of the tray using StyleTechCraft™ Ultra Metallic vinyl in Melon #133 and my Silhouette Cameo 4. This cute bunny tray I picked up at Home Goods- man I love that store!


Easter Decore

I decorated a small bottle I had on hand with Easter paper, cardstock, and some twine. I didn't want to worry about keeping water in the bottle so I used some pretty paper flowers instead. I hope my princess loves these! 


 


1 comment:

  1. Super cute idea, Anita. I have so many cute napkins that I am going to have to try this! Thanks for joining in the Creative Crafts FUN!

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