How to DIY a Fleur de Lis Tray

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In case you're not convinced yet, here is a little more magic with the Annie Sloan Paint

Take an ordinary wooden tray...
Give it a coat of Old White chalk paint 

This tray had a very shiny surface but after only 2 coats it looks like this, and it dries in a flash.

Sand and distress...

very pretty!

Paint on a Fleur de Lis design.

And the old brown tray has a brand new life!

Love this paint, it makes it so easy!

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  1. Love this and ASCP! Fabulous! Found you via Miss Mustard Seed.

  2. Great job! You must have the most beautiful home with all of those wonderful things you make! Lisa~

  3. So simple, yet classy! Over here from Sassy Sites- TFS

  4. This is very pretty...I've done trays similar to this and can't keep them in my booth. Very nicely done, love it.
    Visiting via Miss Mustard Seed

  5. Cute! I love trays and am always on the look out for new ideas. Nice work.

  6. Oh that is so pretty! I love it. :)

  7. OK, now I'm really gonna have to try some of this paint...I think I might be the "only one" left out ;) Laurel

  8. That tray looks great. I love the fleur de lis design. Did you use a stencil or paint it yourself?

  9. Cute tray! It caught my eye on last week's link parties because I just finished a fleur-de-lis coffee table. Fun!

  10. Almost forgot to tell you that I featured your tray this week on my blog:

  11. This is awesome! I love the fleur....chalk paint is my favorite thing.

  12. I love your tray. Fleur-de-lis is my favorite!


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