When I saw Kim's tray, it really knocked my socks off, so beautiful....and what better inspired project to do, especially since I had all the supplies from tiling the laundry room floor. I even had the tray on hand, a thrifting find, and had sprayed it white....but it was still hum-drum, but not anymore!
I finished it up this weekend and am so happy with how it came out. It was another one of those projects I found relaxing, working a little section at a time....finding the perfect piece to fit. Logan informed me he didn't like the white (clear) pieces, that I should color them blue (too cute), but I like that it relates back to the color of the tray.
I've got it in the kitchen right now, but it would certainly serve purpose anywhere.
I followed Kim's tutorial to the tee, she explains it very well.
For this size tray, it took about 3 bags of sea glass, and I had a little left over. The sea glass is from Pier 1. I looked around to see if any other stores carried it, but the type at Pier 1 is nice and flat, which (obviously) is an important feature for this project . :)
Thank you so much for the inspiration Kim, this is exactly what my tray needed!
Want to follow Kim's tutorial too? Click HERE to see her full tute at Sand and Sisal.
I worked all day for and at my booth space yesterday...the black hutch that I worked so hard on sold (after I left to pick up the kiddies, of course), so I'm going to be down there again today, I'm sure all of it's contents are on the floor. :) I'm trying to layer it in pretty thick for the coming weeks, I just don't know how I will be feeling. However, I do have a Chemotherapy Education class today, so I'll be learning more about what will be happening to my bod.