Honeycomb tile tray makeover

Thrifty Thursday

Even if you haven’t been a zest fan for a long, it’s probably easy to see that we love to host, we love hexagon honeycomb shapes, and we always love a good thrift store find. Which is why I am super excited about today’s post! Not only does it combine a lot of my favorites, but the outcome is so stellar and it was SO easy. While at Goodwill a few weeks ago I stumbled upon this adorable hexagon serving tray for six bucks. Although I love wood and nature, I just wasn’t feeling the combo for this board. But I loved that it had a great structure and good bones and was the perfect size for a smaller coffee table. Our wood coffee table is pretty dark so I thought I would bring in some contrast by making this tray nice and light and white!

Supplies:

Serving tray (any shape would work!)

All purpose gorilla glue

Tiles

Paint & brush

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Start by removing any stickers, removing the residue, and giving it a good wipe down from all dust.

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Next I grabbed some acrylic white paint and got to work! This took two coats. I didn’t waste my time or paint with covering what I knew my tiles would cover.

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Let the paint dry and then get to applying your gorilla glue on the back of your tiles and placing on the tray.

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Rather then getting intense with a tile cutter, I kind of like the organic look of having the edge of the tiles create space between the tray. I know it might not be for everyone but I am loving it, kind of reminds me even more of a honeycomb- natural.

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Let dry based on directions of your epoxy and get to enjoying with your guest!!

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Oh and can we talk about how it perfectly matches these tile coasters I made awhile back??

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Oh happy day!

xo

Sam

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