Tiered Caddy From Repurposed Items

$5
30 Minutes
Medium

I had collected a few Ovenex baking pans and wasn't sure what to do with them, at first. Then I remembered all of the tiered caddies I've been seeing online. I went on a search through my project stash to find something I could use to create a tiered caddy stand and found two wood candle holders. With a drill, some screws, glue and a little ingenuity I was able to build my own triple tiered caddy.
3 Ovenex baking pans and two wood candle holders
tiered caddy stand

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  • Lauretta Cofer
    on Oct 16, 2014

    I Love that you weren't compelled to paint them!

    • @Lauretta Cofer If I love the patina on items I don't like to paint them. Sometimes, paint is th only option though. I know it's popular right now, but in the future they'll be a lot of paint stripping going on.

  • Lauretta Cofer
    on Oct 16, 2014

    I believe paint has it's place and a fresh coat of paint on the walls or a piece of furniture is always a nice picker upper! I really prefer like you the Natural patina and discolorartion of metals and steal! I Love Rusty steal!

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