See how simple it is to make a one-of-a-kind masterpiece with this quick and easy DIY Mod Podge serving tray craft project.
How to Make DIY Mod Podge Serving Tray Craft Project
DIY Mod Podge crafts are the rage in home decor. And, one of the best and simplest projects I know of is recycling an old serving tray.
You’d be amazed how easy it is to make a one-of-a-kind masterpiece of your own.
The beauty of Mod Podge is that it is a great decoupage agent that is non-toxic, dries clear and quickly–and cleans up easily, too! Maybe that’s why so many crafters get a kick out of using it to upcycle old and dated trays and platters.
Crafter Note: Mod Podge is not water-proof. Even Mod Podge Outdoor isn’t completely water-proof but water-resistant. To protect your tray use a couple of layers of water-based outdoor (0r Enamel) acrylic sealer.
1. Lay out your design in your tray and cut to size, as needed.
2. Next roll or brush on Mod Podge to the surface of the tray.
3. Apply your design.
4. Smooth out any bubbles.
5. Using an utility knife, trim the edges to fit.
6. Then apply 2 coats to seal the tray.
7. Allow to dry and cure completely, approximately 24 to 48 hours.
More Mod Podge Serving Tray Craft Ideas
Here are 10 more inspiring ways you can enlist the help of Mod Podge to upcycle your old serving tray:
1. Fabric Tray
Source: A.C. Moore Arts and Crafts
Source: Inspired Whims
2. Napkin Tray
Source: Creatively Direct
3. Decoupaged Transfer Tray
4. Collage Tray
Source: Little Miss Maggie
5. Painted Tray
Source: Up In the Air Somewhere
6. Cutout Tray
Source: Urban Comfort
7. Stamped Tray
Source: Today’s Creative Blog
8. Botanical Tray
Source: Lovely Fever
9. Stenciled Tray
Source: Craft Critique
10. Magnetic Tray
Love Mod Podge or tray craft ideas? If so, be sure to check out my Pinterest Board: Mod Podge Crafts Ideas from Wisconsin Homemaker for more inspiration.