at all of those little projects that have building up. Repairing hairclips, gluing wooden train tracks back together, mending holes. And the list could go on. That is what I have been up to this past week or so.
One of those projects that I had been meaning to do FOREVER was to bring new life to these wood tray tables.
I have been dragging these around with me for over 10 years and 4 house moves. Jay used them when he was little to put his coloring pages on. And, as you can see, to work his magic with a paint brush.
They needed a little repairing and a makeover, and the twins needed little tables to put in front of their chairs in the play room. I am tired of cleaning up spilled drinks and snacks that have been balanced precariously on the arms of their chairs or sat down on the floor next them only to be kicked over or trodden on. I'm hoping this will alleviate the problem.
So, after tightening screws and removing the paint and pen marks, I glued a sheet of oilcloth to the top of each table to give it a pop of color and cover the marks on the top.