It’s so easy to make a DIY jewelry tray in less than five minutes with an unexpected supply you may already have on hand. Learn how to do it and create a pretty tray in no time!
If you’ve ever done a tile project, you probably have leftover tile. I sampled a lot of tiles before I decided what I truly wanted for our kitchen backsplash and some samples weren’t returnable.
This arabesque tile from TileBar didn’t make the cut, but it’s so pretty that I didn’t have the heart to throw it away. So instead of tossing it, I turned it into a pretty little DIY jewelry tray that sometimes doubles as a coaster!
How to Make a DIY Jewelry Tray
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You can order five tile samples for $5 at TileBar with free shipping, so even if you don’t have any extra tiles around your house, you can still make several different crafts for cheap!
Since tile is so rough on the back, I simply added some sticky felt furniture pads to keep the piece from scratching the furniture. Don’t mind the leftover glued-on paper. No one but you and I will know it’s there. 🙂
That’s it, people. Tile + felt furniture pads = DIY jewelry tray, or a coaster, or even a trivet if you have a larger piece of tile to work with. This simple and essentially free project now resides on the nightstand in our guestroom. The lamp and faux succulent are both from Target.
So, if you have leftover tile sitting around, what are you waiting for? Show it off and put it to good use by turning it into a jewelry tray or coaster. It’s an easy little way to be creative today.
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