Dollar Tree Tiered Tray | Stove Top Cover Tiered Tray

7 Materials
2 Days

In today's video, I will be making a 2 tiered tray with a wooden center and feet using Dollar Tree stove top covers.

This is a simple yet elegant tiered tray perfect for displaying your seasonal mini decor. This tiered tray is great for a kitchen countertop because of it's smaller size and looks great as a centerpiece on a table.

  • NOTE: Keep in mind that when using E6000 if must set up for 24 hours. If it wasn't for this the project would have only taken 30 minutes or so.

I think it turned out beautifully.

I hope you like this tutorial and find inspiration to go and do something fun and crafty in your home too!

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Step 1. Attach Center Support to the Top of the Bottom Tray.

I used E-6000 and hot glue to attach the center support to the bottom tray.

Step 2. Attach Center Support to Bottom of Top Tray.

I again used E-6000 and hot glue to attach the center support to the bottom of the top tray.

Step 3. Stain Feet

It's a dirty job but somebody has to do it!

I used Waverly Antiquing Wax and stained the feet for the tray.

Step 4. Attach Feet

I used hot glue and attached the feet to the bottom of the bottom tray. I tried to space the feet out evenly around the bottom.

After completing the tray it was very shaky so I added craft sticks to the bottom of the tray. It sturdy it up and you can't see the craft sticks when you display the tray.

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Suggested materials:
  • Stove Top Covers   (Dollar Tree)
  • Plunger   (Dollar Tree)
  • E6000   (Amazon)
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