A Farmhouse Tray with a Coffee Image Transfer

7:25:00 AM

I can never get enough of creating something from nothing.

A Farmhouse Tray with a Coffee Image Transfer
A simple Oak tray with no handles, a little bit scratched and very inexpensive in the thrift store. 

I'm using a coffee printable from The Graphics Fairy. You can find all kinds of gorgeous images to add to your projects there. 


I'm adding affiliate links so you can access the products I used by clicking the bold links. 

The Modge Podge image usually comes out a little chippy and distressed which in my world is just perfect!

You can use a fine point Sharpie if you lean toward true perfection to fix some of the chippy words. 

A Farmhouse Tray with a Coffee Image Transfer from the Graphics Fairy

You can find the directions for transferring your image in this post.

A Farmhouse Tray with an easy  Coffee Image Transfer

Making something old new again.

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3 comments

  1. I love this and have to try it ASAP! Thank you! Btw, the link to Graphics Fairy is wrong. I had to get to it via Google instead.
    http://thegraphicsfairy.com/category/printables/

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    1. Thank you Marjrc I fixed the link to the coffee printable!!! :)

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  2. What a great makeover, Susan! It's been awhile since I did an image transfer project, so you've inspired me to do one soon!

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