Saturday, February 26, 2022

Idaho Custom Creations March Tiered Tray Kit and New Signs

The March Tiered Tray Kit from Idaho Custom Creations is...EASTER!! 

There are also new inserts for the Round Interchangeable Sign and new jar filler for the Target Gumball machine.  
Lots to see here today!

My tray is from Felt Creative Home Goods and can be purchased HERE
 I have one in brown and white.

As a reminder, the kit comes unfinished and with everything you need to complete it, including paint. However, I use my own paint so I can coordinate it with my home decor.  It is a monthly subscription through Idaho Custom Creations.  Michelle owns the company, I just paint for her and enjoy all her products!
She offers the subscription kit as well as regular products for sale in her shop, and she takes custom orders. 

I use all Deco Art Americana 2 oz paints from the craft store.  I will link the main colors to Amazon in case you don't have a craft store near you.
White - Warm White
Mint Green- Jadelite Glass  
I did not use a darker color with this one but if you need to, mix a tiny bit of navy blue with it.
Chocolate bunny on the jar filler egg - Dark Chocolate

This carrot trees are  from a 3 pack at Target.

Here are all the pieces that come in the March Kit.

4 double sided Egg Jar Filler

They look so cute in the jar!

Wondering about these two pieces you've seen in all the photos?
This is the rabbit cutting board (maybe called a charcuterie board?) from the Target Dollar Spot.  I painted the backside Dark Chocolate and left the front as is.  Viola! Chocolate Bunny!
The shiplap board was at the Target Dollar Spot also as unfinished wood.  I painted the slats Warm White and then antiqued the whole thing with Folk Art Antiquing Wax.

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  1. SOOOOO cute and fabulous !! Love your painting skills ♥

  2. I just love, love, love what you do with these kits! Wish I had a good of an eye with regards to color and how to take something unfinished and turn it into something beautiful as you do!