Stove Top Cover

7 Materials
$30
3 Hours
Medium

Extra counter space always comes in handy, especially during family gatherings. A stove top cover has a dual purpose, is useful as extra counter space or as an extra large serving tray!


Materials Needed:


Plywood, 30" x 22" x 1/2" (1)

Wood, 22" x 3" x 1/2" (2)

White Paint & Primer

Polyurethane

Wood Glue

Handles with screws

Cricut sign

Cricut machine (not shown)

Saw (not shown)

Staple machine (not shown)

Staples (not shown)




Step 1: I cut a piece of plywood, 30" x 22" x 1/2". The size of the plywood will depend on your stove's top measurements. Then, I painted the plywood white.

Step 2: I cut two pieces of wood, 22" x 3" x 1/2", to be used for the handles, and painted them white.

Step 3: Once the paint was completely dried, I applied the polyurethane to all the pieces.

Step 4: I used my Cricut machine to make the sign. However, you can also purchase a decal of your choice.

Step 5: The last step was to attach the handles to the side wood slats and the plywood base with the screws. For added security, you can also add a couple of staples to the back of the plywood base.

Step 6: This is what the stove top cover final product looks like!

Suggested materials:
  • Paint & primer   (Home Depot)
  • Handles with screws   (Hobby Lobby)
  • Plywood/Wood   (Home Depot)
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  • Cheri Tanner Cheri Tanner Yesterday

    I don't have a cricut machine...what website has words etc? Who has decals? I absolute LOVE your sentiment!

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