Thursday, October 13, 2011

Fabric Friday

I had so much fun making my last fabric covered tray that I decided to make another one.  This tray was stashed in a closet, not being used and I had scraps of chevron from my kitchen roman shades.

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I was running low on Mod Podge and had a gallon of fringe adhesive, they’re both white and gooey so I decided to use them both.  First, I covered the tray with fringe adhesive and smoothed the fabric on.  After it dried I coated the top with Mod Podge. 

Roman shades

The handles were not cut out on the side and I think it looks ok without them.


I know it’s not styled but that’s what I actually keep on it !

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Love the way it ties in the chevron from the kitchen.

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Karen@StrictlySimpleStyle said...

That turned out fabulous Tammy. I'll be sharing this on my FB page!

Tammy@InStitches said...

Thanks Karen !

Susan @ said...

Really nice chevron! But here is my real question... I have the same kitchen chairs, where'd you get the table? I love the top!

Ela @ said...

Nice tray with the nice chevron pattern fabric. I am a new follower. Hope you can visit my blog too. I posted a screen print chevron throw pillow case.

meijo's JOY said...

What a lovely n inspiring blog... love it and will visit again soon!

Jenny @ Simcoe Street said...

I love love love this!!

Jenny @ Simcoe Street said...

Hi Tammy! Love your blog. Thanks for following me. I'm following you too!


Donna Frasca ♋ said...

You make it look so easy! I should try that.

Karena said...

Tammy I adore this!! I will be on the lookout for trays now!!

Oh I have a Designer Pillows Giveaway! I hope you will join! ( a great resource as well)

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Hamptontoes said...

That looks great! I love trays and use them everywhere in my home. They are beautiful, yet functional...two elements I need in interior spaces.

La Maison Boheme said...

I've never even thought of using fabric (instead of paper) with my modge podge. This is awesome. Your tray turned out beautifully!

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