Button Tray

April 14th, 2009 in member junk     
ModHomeEcTeacher ModHomeEcTeacher, member
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Photo: Shelly Leer

A $1.99 teak tray from Goodwill was a breeze to convert into a hip Button Tray for wine and cheese. The trick is the drill bit housing that takes a nice plug right out of the wood. A little sanding is necessary and then add some Old English on the cut wood.

 


Pattern or design used: My own design - Shelly Leer
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Comments (18)

stagecoachbarnsale writes: I love it, very creative! Posted: 8:33 pm on March 13th
winchwench writes: I have a thing for old buttons anyway. What a great idea! Posted: 2:27 pm on June 15th
mommynoodles writes: Well,i must say that is cute as a button!! lol Posted: 9:59 pm on April 28th
irishrovr writes:
So very clever! What a cool idea!

Eileen http://ruralwisconsin.blogspot.com/ Posted: 10:47 pm on April 17th
jillruth writes: Very chic! Posted: 9:48 am on April 17th
junkermidge writes: Cute, cute, cute!
Midge Posted: 12:21 am on April 17th
georgiamoon writes: Yep...you're good. Very ingenious and so so so chic. Love it, Georgia Posted: 2:57 pm on April 16th
fellowjunker writes: When I first saw your post I wondered where you had found such a large button!!??!! It looks just like one---a great re-purpose. Welcome and thanks for sharing.
xojanis Posted: 10:50 pm on April 15th
CottageElements writes: Okay, I love this piece...it's so cool. Great idea! Love it!

Lani Posted: 10:40 pm on April 15th
JunkArchitect writes: What a great project. These would look cool stacked on a wall...like buttons on a shirt. Posted: 4:16 pm on April 15th
writes: Hi there! Welcome!
I love this project. Nicely done and wonderful snapshots.

Cute, cute!

JennyK Posted: 1:25 pm on April 15th
whiteflower writes: super creative on the cheap - love it! Posted: 1:12 pm on April 15th
alicemom writes: Great style, good reuse & wonderfully functional. Good job!
Smiles, Alice Posted: 12:32 pm on April 15th
shabbychick writes: Welcome to the Junkmarket! What a sweet tray you created - functional and fun!

Thanks for sharing, Kathy Posted: 10:42 am on April 15th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Hi and welcome to JMS! Wow! You really did some great Goodwill hunting with that plate. Ingenius! Thanks for sharing and I look forward to more of your posts.

Candy Posted: 10:22 am on April 15th
StrangeCargo writes: Shelly, you gotta love the 'Will. Great job and welcome to the party.

Ken Posted: 6:42 am on April 15th
RobJ98167 writes: It looks like a giant button! How cool! Posted: 2:44 am on April 15th
suewhitney writes: Hi there..Welcome to JUNKMARKET Style. This tray is way cool, I love it. Simple, elegant, and functional, all good traits in a piece of junk. Thanks so much for sharing!

Take car,
Sue Posted: 11:45 pm on April 14th
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