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DIY Galvanized Three -Tiered Metal Tray: Tenth On The Tenth

November 05, 2020

Today I am kicking of the Holiday Season with this adorable DIY Galvanized Three-Tiered Metal Tray using Dollar Tree Supplies, plus the opportunity for you to win a $25.00 gift card to Amazon.😊 I am also joining a creative crew of seven for 10 on the Tenth. All of the links will be at the end of this post.

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Use this tray to organize spaces; bathrooms, laundry, bedrooms, kitchens, or to serve wrapped food items at your next gathering.

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Decorating never became easier, cuter or more economical. (Total Cost of the project $10.00 excluding paint) You can see that my snowmen are even smiling! They are so thrilled to be riding their sleighs around on this DIY Dollar Tree Tiered Tray😉

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I love to use tiered trays for decorating purposes especially during the Holidays. Today I am going to style my DIY tiered metal tray for Christmas and I am going to share it with you! YAY!

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Don't Forget to drop me a note in the comment section below to be entered in the $25.00 Amazon gift card giveaway and the DIY Galvanized Tiered Tray Kit giveaway!

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SUPPLIES YOU WILL NEED FOR DIY DOLLAR TREE-TIERED TRAY

1.One package Cooking Concepts Stover burner covers. (Set comes with 2)

2.One cooking concepts pizza pan (12 inch)

3.Glass Taper Candle Holders 4 inch (2)

4.Rust-Oleum Universal 11 oz. Hammered Silver Spray Paint .

5.Gorilla Glue Epoxy  

7.Optional Drawer Pulls + Drill + Metal Drill Bit 

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DIRECTIONS FOR ASSEMBLING DIY DOLLAR TREE - TIERED TRAY

1.Prepare a well vented surface for spray painting burner covers, pizza pan, and glass candle holders.

 

2.Read directions on Rust-Oleum spray paint.

 

3.Spray both sides of the burner covers, pizza pan and glass handle holder. Allow a few hours to dry before gluing together.

 

4.Using Gorilla glue squeeze a generous amount onto the base of the candle holder and place in center of pizza pan. Hold in place for 5 minutes. (I love this glue, it dries so fast!)

 

5.Repeat step 4 to the top of the candle holder and place center of medium sized burner cover on top of candle holder.

 

6.Repeat step 4 using the smallest painted burner cover. 

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Links to all of the fabulous Ten on the Tenth Bloggers are listed below! Thanks for joining us!



For Recorded tutorial of this project please visit my Facebook Page: Jemma Olson Tiered Tray Video.
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Comments

  1. This is sooooo cute. I saw your cookie recipe and link for those great Christmas cookies. I am working on a post for baking cookies so thank you for that link. Happy Friday. xoxo

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    1. Hi Kris,
      I love Tiered trays too. They are an essential tool for all homemakers. Thanks for stopping by!

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  2. This looks adorable filled with Christmas treasures!

    Have a super weekend!

    Cindy

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    1. Hi Cindy,
      Totally agree! Tiered Trays are great for creating themed vignettes!
      Thanks for visiting.

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  3. hello dearest Jemma! Isn't this FUN! Oohhhh this is one of the things I enjoy about the holidays, the creativity and the fun of doing it in community.I am going to try and be on FB at your time tomorrow.I just want to hang out with you guys! I have a brass tiered structure that I hope to do something similar on. I have another idea too for a diorama on a silver platter.So many ideas!

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    1. Oh Anita! You do have so many creative ideas. We are hoping to get a great turnout and to see what YOU all have created too. So upload those photos!

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  4. Jemma, this is really adorable. I love DT!

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    1. DT...is wonderful! It's a fun easy project too. Hope you will join us!

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  5. Thanks for this post! I've wanted a 3-tiered tray, but they are so expensive! Can't wait to make this.

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    1. Thanks for dropping by! You are entered in the give-a-way! Hope you will join my LIVE FB tutorial today!

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  6. You are so clever!!! I love your ideas! I can’t wait to pop in tomorrow! :)

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  7. I can't believe I don't have a tiered tray. This is a really terrific how-to, Jemma and the end result is darling. And of course I'm eager to be entered into your generous drawing! Hope to watch live or at least check in later!

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  8. Oh, that three-tier tray is so cute filled with all your Christmas lovelies. You did a wonderful job on it, Jemma. It looks great. I love those glass candle holders, They really make add something. And I love the fact that you use so much RED in your Christmas decorating. This is a festive and wonderful decoration to start off the season with. So cute, really. : )

    ~Sheri

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  9. Jemma - I really enjoyed that tutorial today and this project is simply fun and it's so you. I like what you said about using containers to decorate to keep things focused and centralized. Okay may not have said it like that but pretty sure that's what you meant. With limited space I tend to detour holiday decorating or keep it light... Last year was very simple but I'm thinking that finding a neat container and doing that deer, pinecone and tree theme might be where I'm headed... Thanks for the inspiration I really needed it... Oh an I love the trucks too!
    Hugs Friends,
    Carole

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  10. Stove burner covers - how clever, I would never have thought of that!! You have such a flair for displaying items and styling vignettes! Well done!!

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  11. This is such an awesome giveaway and I love how you decorated your tray!

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  12. This is so cute! I love it. Thanks so much for sharing!

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  13. A pizza pan and stove burner covers - what a great way to make a tiered tray. Lovely!

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  14. Loving your tiered tray, they are so fun to have in your home regardless where you place it, it's fun. I love how you have yours styled. So fun!

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  15. I need one of these, Jemma!!! What a great idea to use burner covers and just paint the candlesticks!! I have a couple of old glass candlesticks that we have had since we were first married and they are languishing. I feel a major crafting day coming on! Hope your craft day event on the 7th was a success!!!

    Enjoy your adorable snowmen in their new "home,"
    Hugs,
    Barb :)

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  16. Love this idea and easy enough for anyone to make. Thanks!!

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  17. I really should break down and finally make a tiered tray because I love how yours looks and it can't be anymore budget-friendly! I like the addition of the drawer pull on the top, too. Pinned.

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