A Junkers Kind of Lunch Tray

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What comes to mind when you think of a lunch tray? 

A repurposed thrift store wooden cutting board tray www.homeroad.net

Ok it's not the plastic tray given to you by the lady with the hair net by any means.

But it is surprisingly enough repurposed from a thrift store find...

Recognize it?  It's a turkey carving board.


A repurposed thrift store wooden cutting board tray www.homeroad.net


I flipped painted both sides white then flipped it over and added very large metal handles.

Using an electric sander, I heavily sanded the smooth side of the cutting board. 


A repurposed thrift store wooden cutting board tray www.homeroad.net


Then using one of my favorite stencils from Old Sign Stencils I gave the tray a quick stenciled Lunch sign.


A repurposed thrift store wooden cutting board tray www.homeroad.net



It looks beautiful on my patio and will be the perfect size for serving up wine and cheese.


A repurposed thrift store wooden cutting board tray www.homeroad.net


Visit Old Sign Stencils and see Donna's beautiful selection of great quality stencils.

See the awesome collections of stencils that can be customized to fit your project and your custom needs. 


A repurposed thrift store wooden cutting board tray www.homeroad.net


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1 comments

  1. Really clever, Susan! Love your distressing on this piece, it's FAB!

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