How to Make a Dollar Tree DIY Farmhouse Tray Under $6

4 Materials
1 Hour

Watch how to make this Dollar Tree DIY Farmhouse Tray for under $6! This project was simple and fun to make. The materials you need are affordable and can mainly be purchased at the Dollar Tree or ordered online from the Dollar Tree. Dollar Tree is on of my favorite locations to purchase crafting supplies and decor that I can repurpose with a makeover.

Happy Crafting!

I hope you are able to create this farmhouse tray into a home decor piece you love, the steps are simple! You can watch the video tutorial below or follow the steps in the blog!

I absolutely love farmhouse trays! The idea for this farmhouse tray came to when I saw an old flower pot I hadn’t used. I also had a decorative tray I hadn’t used to put on top of the flower pot. Similarly, putting the two together was an obvious must. Moreover, I had to fix a few things first, I painted the flower pot white and then added black detailing to add a rustic look. Follow the steps below to make your own farmhouse tray!

Firstly, these are the materials needed for the Dollar Tree farmhouse tray.
Secondly, paint the flower pot white will add a cohesiveness to the try.
Then using a hair drier, dry your first coat.
After that, paint your second white coat.
Next, you’ll want to paint black detailing onto the pot.
Following that, you can hot glue your tray to the top.
Finally, add your decor to your farmhouse tray! I made this one Fourth of July themed.

I hope you loved this Dollar Tree Farmhouse Tray! This tray would look amazing in any home for any occasion, especially as decor. If you liked this DIY make sure to check out the blog for other Dollar Tree DIYs! (Click Here)

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  • Cary Cary on Jun 15, 2021

    Where did you get the tray?

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