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Five Minute Farmhouse Footed Tray

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This project takes a few simple supplies. I started with an old pan found at a garage sale, wooden knobs leftover from another project , E600 glue and some wood stain.

Time: 5 Minutes Difficulty: Easy
  • five minute farmhouse footed stool, organizing, repurposing upcycling, rustic furniture, storage ideas

I hammered a few dents out of the pan, but left the rusty goodness alone. Take four wooden knobs, which are perfect due to the flat side they have, and stain your favorite color. Attach the knobs to tray bottom with E600 glue and allow to dry completely.

  • five minute farmhouse footed stool, organizing, repurposing upcycling, rustic furniture, storage ideas


  • five minute farmhouse footed stool, organizing, repurposing upcycling, rustic furniture, storage ideas

You can see how adding this tray wrangles all the spices we use regularly and declutters our kitchen counter in a farmhouse fresh way! If you like this five minute farmhouse project you'll LOVE my farmhouse message board.




  • five minute farmhouse footed stool, organizing, repurposing upcycling, rustic furniture, storage ideas

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  • Jeannie Carle
    Jeannie Carle Parnell, MO

    I really really like this - and can use it - and have the pan ---- TY! Looks so much nicer than just a pan sitting there - looks "planned". Great thinking!

  • Estelle Gerber

    Love this idea Thanks

  • Linda E
    Linda E Frankfort, KY

    Really great looking. Even I could do this!!

  • Judymgibbs
    Judymgibbs Charlotte, NC

    That is sooo cute! I will have to start looking for an "old tray" because it just makes it perfect! Thanks for sharing!

  • Barbara Anne Ashton

    Good thinking

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