Tiered Tray Ladder | Farmhouse Christmas DIY | Tiered Tray Decor DIY

6 Materials
$3
30 Minutes
Easy

Hey, all my crafty friends!


So who's ready to do some Christmas crafting? 🖐


I hope you like this video and find some inspiration to go and do something fun in your home too!


In today's video, I will be using a wooden dollhouse picket fence from Michaels to create this adorable tiered tray ladder.


This is the cutest stinkin' thing ever.

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Step 1. Remove the Sides.

I used a utility knife to remove the sides of the picket fence.


I simply scored the lines and broke the pickets off.

Step 2. Sand the Edges

I used my Dremel tool to sand the edges that I cut.

Step 3. Paint Edges.

I used white acrylic paint to paint the edges I had sanded.

Step 4. Create and Attach Small Wreath.

I used some greenery I got in a Facebook Marketplace bundle and cut it down to fit on the ladder.

Step 5. Apply Embellishments.

I removed some gold glitter berries from a Dollar Tree pick and glued them to the top of the wreath.

Step 6. Attach Ribbon

I used a buffalo plaid ribbon and created a small bow. I then glued it to the side of the wreath.

The Finish Project

I think this is the cutest ladder and it fits perfectly with my tiered tray.

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