DIY Dollar Tree Wall Art

5 Materials
2 Hours
Here's a great Dollar Store DIY that will cost you less than $15.00!!!
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The very first thing I did was remove the price stickers from the back of the serving trays.  I did this by just wetting a paper towel and leaving on top of the label for a few minutes that made it easier to peel off.
Then I went outside with the trays and spray paint to paint the nickel plated serving trays. Side bar - NEVER EVER EVER spray paint in your house without  proper ventilation.
I gave the trays a couple coats to get the look that I wanted.  I let it dry outside while I went inside to tape a different YouTube video.
Once dry, I applied the Wall Street Main Creation stickers on the tray giving it a slight rub to insure that it adhered to the trays.

On the back of the trays, I attached a wall hanging unit using a glue gun.  lthough I didn't measure to get the middle of the try, you may want to do that for a picture perfect hanging.

NOTE:  The stickers do not have glue on the back.  If you make a mistake placing them on the trays, you can easily peel it right back off.  I created my project about 5 months ago and the stickers have not loosened or come off yet.
Here's the one I created in the video.

This is an easy breezy project that even your teenagers can do.
I then selected a bare wall in my home and mounted my project. Viola'!

Take a look and tell me what you think.

Tell me your favorite Dollar store decor project.

Should you DIY this project, tag on Instagram or on my Facebook page.  I would love to see your work.
Suggested materials:
  • Krylon Paint   (Michaels, A.C. Moore)
  • 3 Etched Nickel plated serving trays   (Dollar Tree)
  • Main Street Wall Creation Stickers   (Dollar Tree)
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Shawn Jones Harris
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