Silver Tray “Welcome” Sign

Posted by on Aug 7, 2012 in Daisy's room, yard sale | 8 comments

So, my oldest daughter starts school tomorrow!

I do not know if I am ready for the 5:30 wake-up.

Thank goodness for coffee!

I think I might have to treat myself to some yummy creamer. . .

Peppermint Mocha is always my splurge.

I hope to paint her room this week.

My goal is for her room to be complete in the next 2 weeks.

We have been taking it slow.

There was just too much summer fun to be had!

Now, it is time to get it in gear!

Here is a quick, cheap little craft for her door.

I picked up this tray at a yard sale on Saturday for 25 cents.

I think I am going to start carrying a magnet in my pocket.

I never know what is going to be magnetic and what is not?

I guess I did not pay enough attention in Science class?!

I was thrilled to find out that this one is magnetic.

I added some twine for a hanger.

Then, I backed it with fleece to keep it from hitting the door so hard.

I just used hot glue.

It seems to hold well.

I made a flower magnet.

I started with a couple of crocheted flowers that I had already made.

(A great way to use scraps of yarn.)

I learned how to make them from a great video tutorial from Little Birdie Secrets.

You can watch it here.

(Or, you can buy them at the craft store!)

I added a button and a felt leaf.

I hot glued them all together and glued a magnet to the back.

Daisy used her Cameo and rubber stamps to make a “welcome” sign.

The other side says, “Please knock.”

She is old enough that she is ready for a little privacy from her younger sisters!

Off to another Open House for my 2 younger girls!

Life to the full to you!

Here are the places that I party!

Sunday

Southern Hospitality

Under the Table and Dreaming

Flamingo Toes

I Heart Naptime

The DIY Showoff

My 1929 Charmer

 

Monday

Cowgirl Up

I Should Be Mopping The Floor

Mod Vintage Life

The Brassy Apple

Craft-O-Maniac

Between Naps on the Porch

Home Stories A to Z

A Stroll Thru Life

Boogieboard Cottage

Kelly’s Corner

The Dedicated House

Skip To My Lou

Tuesday

Domestically Speaking

Elizabeth and Company

My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia

Uncommon Designs

The Winthrop Chronicles

Coastal Charm

Primitive and Proper

Tip Junkie handmade projects

 

Wednesday

Savvy Southern Style

Shades of Amber

Faded Charm

Someday Crafts

Lil Luna

Ginger Snap Crafts

Beyond the Picket Fence

Somewhat Simple

House of Hepworths

The 36th Avenue

Restore Interiors

Ivy and Elephants

 

Thursday

Imparting Grace

My Re-Purposed Life

The Vintage Farmhouse

Freckled Laundry

52 Mantels

No Minimalist Here

The Charm of Home

The Shabby Creek Cottage

From My Front Porch to Yours

The Brambleberry Cottage

Chic on a Shoestring

AKA Design

Katie's Nesting Spot

 

Friday

Whipperberry

My Romantic Home

French Country Cottage

Tatertots and Jello

Miss Mustard Seed

Thirty Handmade Days

Stuff and Nonsense

Craft Junkie Too

Common Ground

The Shabby Nest

Family Ever After

Faith, Trust and Pixie Dust

Rooted in Thyme

Fingerprints on the Fridge

Liz Marie

Twenty Eight O Five


Saturday

Funky Junk Interiors

Classy Clutter

Six Sisters Stuff

It’s Overflowing

Be Different Act Normal

 

Thrifty Decor Chick
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8 Comments

  1. Very cute, Melissa! Love the tray’s details and your flower turned out great.

  2. So sweet…I’ve made something similar for photos. LOVE that little flower magnet detail 🙂 I always say I’m going to carry a magnet too..so many things look magnetic that aren’t. Thanks for the visit! Laurel

  3. Very cute! Love the addition of the crocheted flower!

  4. You’re such a good mommy!!
    Who starts school on a Thursday? Is it online school?

  5. Thank you for sharing! What a cute idea!

  6. Darling sign!

    I’m with you on the magnetism thing. 🙂

    You have a cute blog look too!

  7. Oh this is so cute, I love the little silver platter as a base for the sign, great idea 🙂

    xoxo, Tanya
    http://twelveoeight.blogspot.com/

  8. Your tray was a great deal! And love the colors you used – really pretty!

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