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Baking Sheet Into Serving Tray: a FREE Transformation

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What is better than repurposing materials you've already got into something even better than before? Not much!
Time: 25 Minutes Cost: $0 Difficulty: Easy
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That is exactly what I did when I turned my old, stained cookie sheet into a beautiful, chippy serving tray for my guest bedroom.
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Gold leaf turned this sheet from drab to fab, and now I've got a custom piece of decor to make my guest bedroom just a little more special for our visitors.
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Can you believe this project was totally FREE?!
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It took me less than half an hour to complete this transformation, and now I have a completely unique serving tray that is just as pretty as anything you'd buy in a store.
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So the next time you are consider tossing one of your old baking sheets, think again! You may just be able to turn it into something both beautiful and practical!
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For the full tutorial, visit my blog, Home on Hidden Oaks.
Thank you!

To see more: http://www.homeonhiddenoaks.com/2015/04/diy-baking-sheetserving-tray.html

Got a question about this project?

  • MadameRã
    MadameRã Australia
    on Jun 14, 2016

    •BTW: to my previous msg: one must use spray glue on the tray before putting the gold foil/ or purple on, let dry then proceed as suggested.. thx kindly & apology for another mistake, but i got to it quick this time. Madame Ra :))

    • Cheryl
      Cheryl North Platte, NE
      on Jun 14, 2016

      @MadameRã You can always edit your post- it will give you the option in the upper right hand corner. :)

  • Joan
    Joan Spring Hill, TN
    on Jun 14, 2016

    I think your little gold tray is creative and cute, besides its your tray and not Paul's!

  • Shannon0erin7
    Shannon0erin7
    on Jun 19, 2016

    For future reference, it stinks when you don't at least put a basic description of how it was done on Hometalk.

  • Donna Crosland
    Donna Crosland Seattle, WA
    on Sep 15, 2016

    love this - great recycle. You could also add 4 of those little clear glass blobs as feet to give it a bit more "spice" and we all have those laying around.

  • Zanne Goldwire
    Zanne Goldwire Thomasville, GA
    on Jul 29, 2017

    Great idea!!...I have a few cookies sheets I can redo for trays. I thought I would use a vinyl contact paper that I can simply wipe off and not immerse in water. Always wanted to know what to do with these rusty used cookie sheets...thanks to you now they have a purpose. Thanks again for concept.

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