How to Make a Rustic Stenciled Coffee Tray

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This beautiful rustic tray was downright copied from my friend Donna...

How to Make a Rustic Stenciled Coffee Tray www.homeroad.net
Donna from Funky Junk Interiors has a gorgeous line of stencils called Old Sign Stencils.

These well made, popular stencils are perfect for all kinds of projects but today I'm making a coffee tray just like the one Donna made. You can visit her site to see the complete DIY on this project. 

I began my tray with repurposed wood... from a futon to be exact. 

How to Make a Rustic Stenciled Coffee Tray www.homeroad.net

I took apart the futon and used the boards for my tray. 

I attached the boards, then attached the handles. 

How to Make a Rustic Stenciled Coffee Tray www.homeroad.net

How to Make a Rustic Stenciled Coffee Tray www.homeroad.net

I painted the tray white then stenciled on the Coffee Roasters stencil. 

I distressed the tray using a palm sander to give it a very rustic look. 

The tray is perfect for sitting by the fire sipping on a warm cup of coffee...

How to Make a Rustic Stenciled Coffee Tray www.homeroad.net

How to Make a Rustic Stenciled Coffee Tray www.homeroad.net


How to Make a Rustic Stenciled Coffee Tray www.homeroad.net

Stop over to see more of Donna's Old Sign Stencils.

Click here to see my Farmhouse Bench created from more futon wood.
(Don't pass this wood up on the side of the road!)


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5 comments

  1. Great job:-) Love your new tray:-) I have got some wooden doors from my previous kitchen, I think I will give them second life using your idea:-)
    Greetings from Poland:-)

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  2. great little tray Susan! I love the stencil.

    gail

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