Then I started sanding just to remove any sealer and the paint pretty much came right off.
The cool thing about these roller tops is that you can attach them directly to the 2-ounce bottles of Martha Stewart paint, as I did here, or you can use the plastic bottle that it comes with. Just screw the roller onto the top of either bottle.
Gently squeeze the bottle to express some paint then begin rolling.
I found that holding the roller directly up and down worked best. This is a great way to add a first coat quickly.
After letting the paint dry and adding a second coat of the satin i allowed that to dry as well. Then I used the pearl finish paint for the tray top and applied it with a paintbrush.
I chose darker colors for my husband’s tray. I used the script font stencils and the stencil brushes to add “His” and Hers”. Then I used the adhesive stencils to add the little accents around the wording.
After finishing I felt that they needed just a little something else. So on hubby’s I found that the sponge pouncers were perfect for adding color to the rounded edges of the tray. Much easier than a paintbrush!
After everything had dried completely, I used a matte spray sealer to coat the trays a few times.
This project for His and Hers Tray Tables was printed from CraftsbyAmanda.com - https://craftsbyamanda.com/his-and-hers-tray-tables/ and can only be printed for education or personal use.