Woven Nautical Tray

In the summer I love all things nautical... 
it comes from living near the beach.

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This woven thrift store tray with a coat of Annie Sloan Chalk Paint Old White and dry brushed with Pure White just screamed beachy to me.

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I used a product called Omni Gel (affil. link) which I
used once before to add a transfer to a 


I printed out an image on a laser printer...

No need to flip the image, I coated the top of the paper with 2 heavy coats of Omni Gel. One coat going in one
direction, let it dry, and the 2nd coat in the other direction.

When the paper was completely dry I cut out the image
and ran it under water. I laid the image face down on a
piece of waxed paper and rubbed off the paper backing.

I was left with a rubbery image. It has a slightly hazy
look so I find it works best on a light background.

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I placed the image into the center of my tray then
used a toothbrush to push the decal into the texture.


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I coated the entire bottom of the tray with Deco-Art's Decou-page. 


I've used this product before on this table drawer liner 
and it works great! 

In the morning when I woke up I was pleased to find that 
when the image dried completely it looked fantastic!


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This extra large tray is now a nautical treasure!

See how Omni Gel worked on a galvanized pitcher too!


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Comments

  1. Love that stuff! Thanks for introducing me to it. And love your tray! Pop on over when you have a chance, I'm having a giveaway.

    Jeanine

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  2. What a striking combination with the white weaved tray and the adorable bloomers emblem. I'm really lovin' the transfer method you used, as well. I want to try it our for sure. Pinning and sharing, love your project!

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  3. Susan, the tray is beautiful! Great idea! You mention you used a graphic printed with a laser printer and the Omni Gel. Does it work with inkjet printers too?

    Thanks, Jackie

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    1. Jackie I'm not so sure you can use ink jet because there is water involved here and the ink jet runs.... ?

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