I Love Tiered Trays
I've got just the thing you need for your bee displays.
Today we are creating a DIY Bee Skep and Honey Dippers to add to your Bee Decor.
For This Project You will need:
Plastic Flower Pot- I got mine in the garden section at Dollar Tree
Jute Ribbon: I got my jute from the craft aisle at Walmart
Black Acrylic Paint
Yellow"Honey" Hot Glue
Check out the video below to see the steps to make these simple easy bee accessories.
I have a fun project for us that we will be able to use throughout the year.
I have seen these farmhouse crates on pinterest and when I saw an unfinished crate at Michael's I new I had to try it.
Here are the supplies I used
- Unfinished wood box
- Mason Jars You can also find these at Dollar Tree
- Chalk Paint
- Acrylic Paint
- Baby Wipes
- Styrofoam blocks Also available at Dollar Tree
- Seasonal Decor
Check out the video tutorial below
It's time to spill the beans and show you what I have been working on.
What if I told you that you don't have to paints tons of tiny pieces and you don't need super glue to put together this tiered tray set.
I love tiered trays and for real I cannot lie but, they can be rather tedious to put together.
So girls I did it. I sat down one day and I pretty much just dumped all my ideas into my design studio and came up with this beautiful new bee set that is super easy to put together.
Why you ask? Because I made it with our decor printables.
All you need is a little bit a mod podge, some printer ink, and a wood surface and bam! you're in business.
Check out this video to see what all the buzz is about and to see how easy it is to put the tray together.
There are so many ways to style this set.
On a Tiered Tray
You can add a couple to a one tier tray or riser
Or on a Kitchen counter or coffee bar
- Let's make a farmhouse canister to add to your tiered tray
White Spray Paint
Of course you’re gonna need some cute signs to go with your new farmhouse canister. So I just happened to whip up these super cute bee printables. They are super easy to make using any wood or fabric surface you can find. For this canister is decided to make our mini Bee our Guest and Welcome to our Hive minis. Check out how I made the canister and the mini signs in the video below
Printable Bee Mini Signs --> Shop Here
Watch the video here
Hey Girl Hey!
We are back with this week’s edition and we have 5 more things that you absolutely Need to Decorate Your Displays and Spaces
Here are all the links and where you can go to grab them.
Makers Lane Box
- You guys loved them this time and they sold out in record time. Get on the Waitlist for the next box here--> Maker's Lane Waitlist
Teal Towel Ladder& Tea Towel
I've gotten so many messages on these that I finally convinced Rodney to add them to the shop. They are perfect to display your tea towels and your mini signs.
Grab one Here--> Shop Tea Towel Ladder
Tea Towels- These mini tea towels are perfect for the ladder. I have the monogram and the Home Is My Happy Place Sign. These are available in the Spring section of Hobby Lobby
Carrot Patch Bunny DIY
Check out the video here —> Watch
How cute is this sign. You can make it with this month's free printable.
Grab it here
Spring Simply Adorable Printable Bundle Coming soon
If you love the Freebie, you are gonna love this Spring Edition
These will be added to the website by soon.
Not sure what a printable even is... check out this post—> Click Here
Never used a printable before... Get the 411 on Printable Basics below.
I have been designing my own files for years and somehow it never clicked in my head that I could take images that would be too complex to cut with a laser or by hand and create a digital image that you can print from the comfort of your own home.
So in case you have never used one a printable usually comes in the form of a png or a pdf. Generally once you make or purchase a printable you print it out, find a surface to adhere it to and voila, you have a ready made piece of art on your hands.
All you really need to use these is a printer. Just your average run of the mill printer nothing fancy smancy. You can also visit your local printing store like UPS or Office Depot and print from there. I do that occasionally because girl they have that really good ink, lol
You don't have to have a special type of paper though on occasion I have used regular white cardstock from Hobby Lobby to print with on my home computer.
For the most part people use mod podge to attach their sign but you can easily find a picture frame at your favorite dollar tree or around the house and place it in there
.There are tons of ways to up level your printable decoration with ribbon or other embellishments as well.
When it comes to surfaces to use for your printables let me tell you my favorite place to find them is Dollar Tree and Michaels. I raid the Dollar Tree craft aisle all the time. I bet they wonder what is that girl making.
And Michael's usually has unfinshed blocks and wood signs in their Dollar section at the front of the store or craft aisle.
You can also find wood or fabric surfaces at Walmart. Target. or Amazon
Make sure you join our I Love Tiered Tray Email Club to get our latest free digital printable.
We are in the process of adding more printable decor to the website so be sire to check them out.
Here are some of our latest creations with our Simply Adorable Printable Decor
Have you ever used a printable? If not then girl let me tell you that they are addicting. I made this free Easter PDF just for you to add a little bit more to your Easter Decor. Grab it Here --> Download
I made a video to show you how to use this freebie. Check it out below.
Grab your freebie here
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I've Got 5 things you need this week to decorate your tiered tray or home displays.
1. Carrot Patch and Bunny Tiered Tray Set : This cute tiered tray set can be used on any size tiered tray set and is perfect for your Spring and Easter Decor. Find it Here
2. Chicks with Glasses- I found these in the Hobby Lobby Spring Aisle. They are 6.99 and are currently 40% off. They come in pink, turquouise,and yellow
3. Blue Spring Decor- What do you think about Blue for Spring. I put this blue truck and blue floral carrots in with the pink bunny tray set and it looked Ah-mazing. If you want these items, I found them at Hobby Lobby. They are also 40% off
4. Marshmallow Hot Chocolate Mugs and Hats
I have been wanting these cuties for a while and did not know where to find them. I thought that maybe they would be available at some point at Home Goods but I never saw them. Well low and behold, they are available on Amazon. As soon as I saw them,I went ahead and ordered them and they were here the next day. If you want these cuties you can find them on Amazon here..
5. Makers Lane Box- The Makers Lane box is a seasonal home decor box that I am honored to be a member of. Eight handmade makers from across the United States have come together to create seasonal decor that you can use to decorate your home. The Spring box launches on 3/15/2021. But it's available to purchase now for our group members and members of our VIP Email List. Join the group for sneak peaks and more info on the box. Join Group
I made up this super cute printable just in time for St. Patrick's Day
And the best part about the printable is that you can use it to make the cutest little sign for your tiered tray.
To make this sign you will need:
Printable or Scrapbook paper
Wood surface (I found mine in the $1 section/wood sign aisle at Michaels)
I painted the wood sign black ( this is optional) but the sign that I grabbed from Micheals is slightly bigger than my printable. I added a black rim the printable for just this reason. Because the rim is black and I painted the sign black. you will never be able to tell.
Cut out the printable and apply the mod podge to the back of the printable. Place the printable on your surface and press the sign onto the surface using a squeegee or a card. Be sure that there is mod podge on the edges of the printable.
Place a thin layer of mod podge on edges of the printable and the top. If you are using colored ink be careful because the ink can run. But you can usually wipe that off. Let the sign dry and then display. Viola!!
For a limited time grab this digital printable for free HERE ..
You can grab the other signs in this St. Patrick's Day Bundle Set HERE
Need a quick video of these steps. Check it out here