Stenciled Pumpkin Spice Tray for the Fall

Another piece headed back to the thrift store... I can only keep so much so when I don't use something for a long time, I send it back. My own recycling program of sorts! 
Stenciled Pumpkin Spice Tray for the Fall

I remember this design from my grandmother's house when I was a kid. She had coasters made from the same pattern. I think that's why I brought it home in the first place. This tray however, was a mess. Scratched and chipped, it was ready for a make-over. 

The first thing I did was to paint the tray. 

I used Raw Silk by Fusion Mineral Paint. You can find a Fusion Mineral Paint dealer near you by visiting this link. 

Add a stencil...

When the paint dried I added my image using the Pumpkin Latte stencil by Old Sign Stencils. 
DIY Stenciled Pumpkin Spice Tray for the Fall

I customized the look using only parts of this stencil, placing the words and designs so they fit on the tray. Another tray I customized the design to fit the space is this Rustic Lakehouse Tray.

DIY  Pumpkin Spice Tray for the Fall

You can purchase Old Sign Stencils by following this link. Please note, all prices are in Canadian.
Pumpkin Spice Tray for the Fall

This is one tray I'm glad I decided to up-cycle rather than send back to the thrift store! 
Old Sign Stencils Pumpkin Spice Tray for the Fall

If you love pumpkin spice then this stencil should be on your list this Fall! 
DIY Old Sign Stencils Pumpkin Spice Tray for the Fall

Love the pumpkin vintage flash card? 

Fall stenciled tray with pumpkin spice latte

Here are a few more Homeroad DIY trays you might like...

Thanks for visiting Homeroad! Please follow by email using the webform in the sidebar so I can send my latest DIY tutorial straight to you!
Disclosure: I received paint and stencils for doing this post.  However, all the opinions stated here are my own. I only use products I love and would recommend to my viewers.

I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife, mother of 4 daughters, and a grandmother of 5 and counting. I am a retired teacher, a DIY blogger and an artist at heart. .