Wooden farmhouse risers...footed trays...mini tables,
whatever they're called I decided it was time to make one... or eight, and I'm here to tell you it's super easy, super inexpensive and they are super cute!
Dee, the muscle and brains behind Something Painted White, and I thought it would be fun to try our hand at having a booth at our local Farmer's Market EVERY SUNDAY (not sure we really thought that through) but we signed on the dotted line and now the crafting begins.
I decided on wooden farmhouse risers...also known as footed trays (I may be the only one that knows them as that but in my defense, they are a tray and they have feet. ANYHOO...
So let's get started with the supplies you'll need if you decide to make one...or eight!
2 X 12 cut into whatever length you want your wooden farmhouse riser to be
4 Craft finials (or other feet of your choice, there are several styles to choose from)
Hand Sander- this one is very similar to mine
Sand Paper 60 grit, 150 grit, 220 grit
Stain - I used MMS Milk Paint in Curio for this project
Topcoat of Choice - Hemp Oil or Rustoleum
Rags and/or Blue Shop Towels