Here’s another upcycle project for you or you can purchase the supplies new. This DIY stained glass serving tray is so lovely and easy to make. Handles aren’t necessary if want to use the try for decorating purposes. It could be placed on a buffet table or on your bathroom counter. This is a great project, bugaboo, mini, mr & me.
You didn’t think I’d let a week go by without showing you some DIY stained glass, did you? Pretty soon I’ll have to change the name of this blog to “Mod Podge Stain Glass Projects” or “I’m Really One Note” or maybe “Obsessive Compulsive Crafting.” That last one has a nice ring to it…At least this project is a different take on it. No jars here, folks. Just this:one clearance frame from walmart.
mod podgefood coloringwatertoothpickspray paintsandpaperacrylic craft paintpaint brushtwo wooden purse handles – old and beat up, from St. Vinny’sGorilla Glue Epoxyplastic SpoonclampsAnd no, I didn’t buy any of this special for this project – my status as a “Stashbusting September Blog” remains in tact.I bought the frame long ago for super cheap and wasn’t sure what to do with it. Eventually, I noticed picture frame trays floating around Crafty Chic Land and knew that my frame was actually a tray in disguise. But I wanted it to be different. And cool…Enter, DIY stained glass. The minute I did my first vases, I knew I wanted to try the technique on other things too. And a cheap frame that I wanted to make unique seemed like the perfect guinea pig.Want to see how it turned out? Well, you’ll have to wait for the end of the post.Here’s how to do it.Mix up your mod podge/water/food coloring solution. (more on that here)