Friday, July 2, 2021

4th of July 3 Tiered Tray // Come Chalk with Me! // 2021


I had so much fun buying and creating items for this years 4th of July. I just bought a Glowforge about a month ago, and I couldn't wait to use it! If you don't know what a Glowforge is, it's a Laser Printer that cuts, engraves and scores all kinds stuff like wood, fabric, leather, paper, Plexiglas (acrylic), Delrin (acetal), mylar, rubber, Corian, foods, and more. Glowforge can also engrave all of the above plus glass, coated metal, marble, anodized aluminum, titanium, some phones, tablets, and laptops, and more. So pretty much a fancy crafting machine! 

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Some of the items that I chalked and some items I created my own files and cut in the Glowforge. Plus some items I bought too. 

How many Rae Dunn items do you see?

Want to see my 2020 4th of July 3 Tiered Tray?            Click Here!

Come see how I styled my 4th of July 3 Tiered Tray! 

Top Tier

This tier starts with a red, white and blue wooden beaded garland with a wooden tag with says God Bless America. Next to that is a wooden Star with a flag print from Hobby Lobby (last year). Then is the Blue Matte Rae Dunn USA Mug from Marshalls. Inside the mug is a sign that I made from a scrap piece of wood and I created the design myself and cut it out on my Glowforge. Then I painted it and glued it on to the scrap piece of wood. Behind the sign and inside the mug are some glitter stars on sticks from Dollar Tree. There is a thin vintage garland that starts on the top tier and continues throughout all of the tiers. 

Middle Tier

Starting on the Left side, is a red & white striped small bowl that came from the dollar section at Target a few years ago. Inside that is a plastic ice cream bowl that came in a set (see bottom tier for the rest) of 4. Next is the small shabby chic USA sign that I made from a piece of scrap wood and Chalk Couture transfer and Chalk Paste. On top of that is a hanging decoration on a vintage 4th of July little girl from Hobby Lobby. On the right is a Rae Dunn Brave Mug. Inside of the mug are some more glitter stars on sticks from Dollar Tree. In front of the mug is a small wooden sign that says America from Hobby Lobby. The thin vintage garland continues on this tier too. 

Bottom Tier

From the left, I painted 2 old cans with chalk paint in white and blue and sanded them down a bit. Then there is a small blue with while stars bowl - that came in a set with the red & white striped bowl from the middle tier- from the dollar spot at Target. Inside that bowl is a Rae Dunn USA mug. Next to that is another red painted can. Inside of the can is a Freedom sign from Hobby Lobby. In the middle is a Rae Dunn flag candle with Brave writer under the flag(2020). On the right is a Rae Dunn America Mug. Inside of the Mug are 2 Rae Dunn Spatulas -Large has a Americana Top Hat and says Brave and the Small on says Home of the Brave. In the back is the 3 other ice cream bowls in fun red, white and blue patterns. These also have spoons inside. The thin vintage garland continues and finishes under this tier.

How many Rae Dunn items did you find?                           7! 

Do you make stuff for your home? Let me know! I would love to hear all about it! 

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