So let the crafting begin!
Hope you rang in the New Year with a bang and whole lot of attitude moving forward.
Of course a good attitude that is.
Today, I am sharing a dollar tree Valentine tray.
I made the Valentine printable and thought
hmmmm…I really loved my Subway art dollar tree plate and I could do something similar with this silver little dollar tree tray.
My ink is running low so it did not print out as dark as I would have liked.
Still cute though.
I simply cut around the circle
Mod podged the platter
and smoothed it out with my finger.
Added a little diamond dust, or glitter would do as well.
Added a red little bow and called it day!
Getting ready for Valentines day.
You may notice my little chalkboard labels. I picked those up at Walmart. You get a variety pack for $4.97. They are so cute and you will be seeing them scattered about this year. I like that they are removable.
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That is super cute … just might have to add one to our Valentine’s decor that has taken over. 🙂 Happy New Year, friend!
Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions
Very cute, Debbie! I just got out some Valentine’s Day supplies and will probably make a few things myself today. Seeing as I’m stuck inside I might as well! : )
So cute! I didn’t see any of those chalkboard labels at my local craft store, but I’ll definitely check Walmart–thanks for sharing. Dee 🙂
I just love the Hershey can candle, that is so very cute. You always do the coolest things…. : )
That came from Cracker barrel:)
You always come up with the cutest creations from Dollar Tree!…great to know about the Wal-Mart labels!…love them!
Very cute…I can’t believe Valentine’s Day is around the corner! Love your treats jar, too.
Cute idea..on the plate! I was wondering in what area of Walmart did you find your chalkboard labels? Hersheys candle…looks yummy! Another Walmart find?
Hershey’s candle came from Cracker barrel. The chalkboard labels were in the picture and picture frame section. Have fun!
Ricki Jill Treleaven
Very cute, Debbie! I’m happy this year that Mardi Gras is later so it doesn’t interfere with St. Valentine’s Day! I like decorating for both holidays.
That is really cute….I love Valentine’s day!
This is really Sweet. I am looking forward to Valentines Day love all the great ideas.
Angelina-JoJo and Eloise
How ADORABLE is this!!! What a fabulous idea. You seriously ROCK the dollar store crafts!!!
Debbie, this is super cute. I was going to head over to the Dollar tree to see what they had for Valentines Day. You found the silver tray there? Thanks so much for the printable. I think I’m going to try this!!
You are just a “fount of cuteness”, Debbie. 😉 Do you sleep?? Fun project as always and pinning now!
Happy New Year Debbie!!
Super cute tray!!
Valentine’s Day already?? Wow, time sure is flying…but who doesn’t love the day of love? Your tray is so sweet, adding the diamond dust really sets it off.
Adorable idea Debbie! I need to start working on mine 🙂
What a great idea! =)
I added it to my Pinterest Valentines board!
Wow that is so cute Debbie!! Sparkly and pretty!!
Well, I like it a lot! I’m really interested in the chalkboard labels. I am planning a Walmart run today, and looking for them might make the rest of the dreary drudgery worth the trip.
I haven’t even finished putting away all my Christmas stuff. (In my defense, it’s down. It’s just not up in the attic yet. The husband is out of town, and the wife is a weenie.) When I do, I can start to think about Valentines Day.