I have fallen hard for tiered trays and really like making my own.
I wanted a tiered tray I could use for cupcakes and other food-related items. The trays I usually make are painted and I am afraid to put food on them. So I came up with the idea to use Dollar Tree plates and saucers to make a tiered tray.
- I purchased a small banister railing from Lowes.
- I took it outside and used a miter saw to cut it down to length.
- I used antiquing wax to stain the wood sections of the tiered tray.
- Find the center of the bottom plate.
- Place a large dab of E6000 to the center of the plate and the center of the wood.
- Apply hot glue around the edges of the wood.
- Apply to the plate and press down until hot glue has set up.
- The hot glue will hold everything in place until the E6000 has time to cure which usually takes 24 - 48 hours.
- Do the same as step 4 to attach the top plate.
Step 6. (Optional)
- I want a handle on the top of this tiered tray. This step is optional if you want to leave the handle off.
- Find the center of the top plate.
- Attach the wood piece to the plate following Step 4.
- I used a drawer pull and attached it to the top of the wood using E6000 and hot glue.
The tiered tray turned out better than I hoped for! I LOVE it!
I will be using this adorable tiered tray for Valentine's Decor.
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