Dollar Store Stove Burner Cover Tray

6 Materials
$30
1 Hour
Easy

I always look at the Dollar Store for unusual Items that are inexpensive to make cute crafts with. These stove burner covers are metal and already white so I thought they would make a great enamel looking tray. Let’s get started!

What you’ll need:

Stove cover

3 wooden balls

1 wooden circle - smaller than the stove cover

Hot glue

E 6000

Black paint

White Paint

I added a flat round wooden circle to make it a little more sturdy so I started by painting that white to match the metal cover.

I glued the three wooden balls to the bottom in a triangular shape and these will be the feet of the tray.

I waited until it was dry and then flipped it over.

I then applied my E 6000 and hot glue To the top of the wood circle to attach my metal cover.

Then used my black paint to paint the edge to give it an "old enamel wear" look.

And that's it!

Here, I added some cute spring decor. There are so many different things you could do with it!

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  • FdLNana FdLNana on Feb 18, 2020

    The wood circle would have to be cut to size. Could you use two covers and glue them together? Just looking for a cheaper and easier way. Instead of pretty and possibly expensive round balls, how about kids’ blocks?

  • Paula P Paula P on Mar 09, 2020

    I love this idea. So sweet. Where did you find the moss bunnies?

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  • Kyralee Kyralee on Feb 19, 2021

    Really really cute. I never would have thought of using a burner cover! But now I am. What a fantastic idea. I can't wait to spray paint one my favorite color of light green. I can think of many uses for these!

  • Gainorhillegass Gainorhillegass on Feb 19, 2021

    Very clever! I would use 4 balls or blocks on bottom to stabilize the tray better. I am clumsy and would tip it over on 3.

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