Let's Create a Winter Tiered Tray
Tiered Trays are All the Rage!
Are you a Pinterestaholic? If so, you already know that you cannot scroll through your feed without seeing all of the cute tiered tray decor!
Since I am a lover of all decor, I thought it would be great fun to create inexpensive but yet high-end looking projects to fill your trays. The majority of the supplies used are from the Dollar Tree! SHHH! This can be our secret!
Other items have come from Hobby Lobby and local craft stores (make sure you use your coupons!) along with Walmart and Amazon too!
And because I am addicted to switching up my decorations often, I have 15 different themed trays planned for you this year! There are holiday and seasonal themes for sure, but I also have some unexpected surprise themes in the works!
First Thing's First...
Before we can begin decorating, we need a tiered tray, of course! I bought mine from HL but there are many different options available. If you don't have a craft store near you, here are some great looking trays from Amazon....
***If you choose any of my suggestions from Amazon, I do make a small commission at no extra cost to you :)
These are just a couple of ideas. If you'd like to order from Amazon, I just plugged "tiered tray" into the search bar and there are tons of trays to choose from!
The Next Order of Business....
Some of the projects have FREE downloadable/printable templates available to make creating even easier for you! Make sure that you are signed up for the A-Door-Able Hangers' Email List and they will be automatically sent to you. Sign-up one time and you will receive each template as they become available! Sign-up here! Not only will you get the FREE templates, you will also get a code for 10% off a purchase at A-Door-Able Hangers!
Now It's Time for Fun! Ready, Set, Create!
Head on over to my YouTube Channel and craft along with 5 How-To projects including the Tin Trees, Clothespin Snowflakes & Stars, Yarn Beanies, Salt Shaker Snowmen and the Let it Snow Chalkboard. Below is the complete list of supplies to create those projects.
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Aluminum Cookie Sheets (sold in a set of 2)
Brown Acrylic Pain
The FREE Tree downloadable/printable template! You can sign up for the email list here! Not only will you get the FREE templates, you will also receive a code for 10% of an order! What an amazing deal!!
Hot Glue Gun - This is my fav, as you can see it is well-used!
CLOTHESPIN SNOWFLAKES & STARS
Clothespins (I used 2 sizes. The larger can be found in the laundry area/smaller by craft supplies).
White Acrylic Paint
***Aleene's Tacky Glue
Hot Glue Gun
Yarn (Each toilet paper sized beanie will use about 40 - 12 inch pieces of yarn) 1 package of yarn will make a ton of these cute little hats! Fold piece of yarn in half, feed through inside and pull tails through loop.
Toilet paper or wrapping paper roll cut into 3/4" strips
SALT SHAKER SNOWMEN
Salt Shaker Set
Paint - Black, White & Orange (or Orange Paint Pen)
Hot Glue Gun
3/4" Wooden Bead/Ball
Black Permanent Marker or Paint Pen
LET IT SNOW CHALKBOARD
Snowflake Scrapbook Embellishments
Aleene's Glue or any glue that dries clear
Paint - White, Gray, Black or Blue
Here are some more projects that are not included in the video...
White Chalk Pen
Jar (I did not use the lid because it didn't fit)
SNOWFLAKE BLOCK FRAME
Wood Block Frame
SNOWFLAKE BAG FRAME
Adding Some Extra Special Touches!
Take a look around your house for some goodies to make this Winter Tray uniquely your own! I added some extra greenery that I had laying around plus I found the cute, little house garland at the Target Dollar Spot! Let your imagination run wild with this fun project!
One little piece of advice... Make sure whichever items you choose for your tray will fit in them. This was a live and learn experience for me! I had a field day picking out items only to learn that they were too big once I tried to set up my display! Hence, the owl jar with no lid! lol
Happy Crafting to you! Please head on over to my Facebook page and share your ADOORABLE creations for all to see!