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Turn Your Old Tart Pans Into A Tiered Stand !

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The hardest part of this project is finding the different sized tart pans if you aren’t buying them at the store.
When we were at our last picking adventure, the lady had done the hunting for me and already had the pans. The hard work was done so all we had to do was put this Repurposed DIY Tiered Stand Tutorial together to show you how easy it is to do!
Time: 1 Hours Cost: $10 Difficulty: Medium
The first thing we did was cut one of the chippy spindles down to use between the tart pans.
Then, we made a wood base for the bottom of the tiered stand. This made the stand sturdy and stable. To see how we did that, head to my blog post.
After that, we used {aff} dowel screws in the spindles so they could screw into each layer.
We screwed a hole in the middle of each tart pan.
We started building the tiered stand with the bottom layer. We screwed on the base, added a larger tart pan and then the dowel.
Then, we continued with the middle tart pan and the second spindle.
We topped the tiered stand with the top piece of the spindle.
Tiered pans are always fun to decorate. They are perfect for parties to hold appetizers or drink toppings. I like to use them to decorate for different holidays too. I added some of my favorite small Christmas decor to this stand.
To see more of this tutorial, head to my blog post: https://mycreativedays.porch.com/repurposed-diy-tiered-stand-tutorial/

Materials I used for this project:

  • Dowel screws   (Amazon)
  • Tart pans   (yard sale)

To see more: https://mycreativedays.porch.com/repurposed-diy-tiered-stand-tutorial/

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