A serving tray makes a practical and beautiful decor addition to any home. Learn how to make a farmhouse inspired grateful tray from scratch using a piece of pine board, a vinyl decal and EnvirotexLite Pour-On High Gloss Finish!
Hi creative friends! I’m Jane from Sustain My Craft Habit, a DIY craft and home decor website I write with my sister Sonja. We’ve been fortunate to work with resin over the past several years and have been able to share many of those projects here on the Resin Crafts Blog in that time.
We recently shared a video on making this serving tray from start to finish including prepping the piece of pine board, cutting and applying the vinyl decal, sealing it with EnvirotexLite Pour On resin and lastly adding the handles. From beginning to end, it was a really fun DIY project to make. In fact, I made two, one for myself and one for my sister!
The Envirotex Lite Pour On made all the difference making the piece look completely professional and creating that extra level of durability. I love that any spills and messes can be easily and quickly wiped clean and I don’t have to worry about water marks being left behind on the wood. And I can’t not mention the sheen! The resin leaves an ultra high gloss finish that is permanent, without going dull.
I hope you enjoy this video showing you how to make your very own farmhouse inspired tray:
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For more DIY serving tray project ideas, check out these posts:
- Faux Agate Resin Tray;
- Pressed Rose Petal and Resin Serving Tray;
- Metal and Lace Party Tray;
- Driftwood Serving Tray;
- and this impressive round up full of stunning Resin Tray projects
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Happy resin crafting, friends!
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Jane and Sonja are sisters, moms and lifelong craft addicts both living near Toronto, Canada with their families. They share their love of creativity, nature and coastal DIY ideas on their blog Sustain My Craft Habit. They craft and decorate their homes using repurposed and upcycled items and materials found in nature.