Three-Tiered Serving Tray
- Two Styles of Don Mechanic Unfinished Wood Candlesticks
- Terra Cotta Pieces - 7”, 8” and 10” Saucers
- Foam Plate For Paint
- Decoart Patio Paint- Cloud White and Sterling Silver
- ½” And 1” Wide Flat Brushes
- ¼” Round Foam Spouncer Brush
- ½” Heart Hole Punch
- Cardstock Paper or Index Cards
- E6000 Industrial Strength Clear Craft Adhesive
Use Sterling Silver to paint sides of wood candlesticks; let dry.
Use Cloud White to paint rim and inside of clay saucers; let dry.
Use Sterling Silver to paint outside of saucers below rim; let dry.
Cut several 1” squares from cardstock; punch hearts out of paper centers. These squares will be used as stencils for heart shapes on inside of clay saucers.
For heart designs on inside base of clay saucers, place stencil flat on surface and use spouncer brush dipped into Sterling Silver to stamp lightly over stencil. Place stencils randomly, alternating positions of hearts. After each stamping, be sure there is no paint on back side before reusing; refresh stencils as needed. Let dry.
For dots around hearts, dip spouncer into Sterling Silver and stamp dots n inside of saucers to fill spaces around hearts; let dry.
Use ruler to measure and mark center bottom of small and medium saucer with a pencil. Use E6000 to glue top of a candlestick to center bottom of small and medium saucer, gluing as close as possible to exact center. Let dry.
Referring to photo for placement, glue bottom of candlestick on medium saucer to center of large saucer; glue bottom of candlestick on small saucer to center of medium saucer. Let dry.