The Painted Wood Tray Monogram was painted by my son Maxx. He is 11.5 We had a rainy day recently and I was out of entertainment ideas. Being the crafty mom that I am, we headed into the craft room and opened of the drawer of wonder, AKA the recycling drawer. We keep cans, jars, boxes and anything else that one might normally throw away. We keep them for craft days.
The wood tray was originally part of the packaging for a tray of citronella candles. Once the tray was empty it became part of the recycling drawer and fair game for anyone to use.
Materials needed for the painted wood tray camp craft:
- a cover for work surface
- A wood tray
- paint brush
- Americana Paint – Brick Red and Midnight Blue
- DecoArt Stencil
- Large letter for monogram
Place stencil inside the tray.
Paint the inside of the wood tray. Allow to dry. Clean the paint brush.
Paint the monogram and allow to dry. Clean the paint brush.
Adhere the monogram letter into the center of the painted wood tray. Viola, you have a simple kids camp craft. If you would like to see other kids camp crafts visit the blogs listed below.