Wednesday, December 9, 2015

woyww - a tray

In the middle of making Xmas cards I decided to repurpose a tray. Once upon a time it had tiny  white flowers and was all the go in the 80's. After a few hot washes the little flowers disappeared and I was left with a bright yellow tray.  Finally dawned on me I could give it a new look.
So far coming together and once the teacups are dry I will add a few stamps.  The little angel strategically placed looking at the teacups is for you Lisa. Last pic is the finished snow drop from last week.
Have I mentioned how much I am enjoying Anna Mason's online workshop.... so happy with the end result.  Happy woyww to all who visit.


16 comments:

  1. Tray already looking great and that painting is wonderful. Vicky(#6)

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  2. Great idea or refurbishing....funny how an idea hits. You have done wonderful painting of flowers. I peeped about a bit and I truly love this snowdrop. THanks for the visit, have a wonderful day

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  3. Loving your tray and artwork. Take care Zo xx 28

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  4. What an amazing job you're doing with your tray....I love it.
    Have a great week.
    Hugs,
    Annie x #17

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  5. Love your upcycled tray! Happy crafting, Max #34

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  6. I think you're procrastinating over those Christmas cards! I don't even go there - bought mine in the shop, LOL! The tray looks lovely - it's a good feeling knowing that no one in the world has the same, isn't it? The snowdrop painting is amazing as usual. Happy WOYWW! zsuzsa #30

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  7. One thing I can truthfully say is, your desk looks less like Christmas and more like a tea party. The tray is simply gorgeous. Function and beauty hand in hand. That's a stunning snowdrop, too. Happy WOYWW from #1.

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  8. Your beautiful snowdrop is lovely - you are clever. x Jo

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  9. Hi Sandra, love what you've done with the tray, and your snowdrop is gorgeous. Have a great week, hugs, Shaz #10 xxx

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  10. Brilliant piece of work on that tray!!! and that snowdrop .... you are so clever.
    At one time I would've wished I was that clever but now .... I know you get the same amount of pleasure from creating as I do painting my humble offerings. Thanks you for sharing, you are very encouraging.
    Take care
    Christine
    Bishopsmate #47

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  11. I love that snowdrop! I'm a Galanthophile you know ;-)
    And that tray recycling is fab, clever you!!
    Hugs LLJ 16 xx

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  12. The snowdrop is lovely and the tray is brilliant, love it. Pleased you like the look of my Dremel. I have this Multi Tool and a Hot Glue gun and they are both great pieces of equipment. They are both designed for crafters. The glue gun is far better than others I have had as it has two heat settings. Thanks for stopping by and have a great woyww, Angela x 24

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  13. Great idea to fix up the tray and your snow drop is just beautiful hugs Nikki 5

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  14. Gorgeous snowdrop Sandra, and what a great tray you have now.
    Hugs, Neet 13 xx

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  15. Love that snowdrop... You could have painted on the tray, but that might have made the tray so beautiful it should hang on the wall in stead of being used :) happy woyww!
    Kristiina #31

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  16. No lol if I had a kettle beside me I'd have to turn my chair into a toilet lol could you imagine how wrong that is lol

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