My Bread Pan Tin Caddy

6 Materials
2 Hours

Okay, you're gonna love this project. I put together my own version of a tin tiered tray, something that you'd probably see at Hobby Lobby or Pottery Barn. I used some dollar store trays- both round or rectangle work!

You'll need 4 pans and you can find them at the Dollar tree.

You'll also need a 2x2 piece of wood cut into 2 7" pieces

You'll also need one dowel screw

And a finial that at I picked up at Lowe's!

First drill holes in the center of all 4 pans, then drill pilots in the center of the wood poles. Then, attach the tins to the poles, with the trays face upward. The last pan flip upside down as your base. Then add the dowel screw to the top of the wood and add the next pan, and finally the finial.

Then choose a spray paint, I used Rust-oleum Hammered Antique Pewter, and spray the whole tray!

This one will be used in my bathroom! You can really use them for anything.

I made 2 of them, and the whole project cost me only $20! Hope you like it, and give it a try.

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  • Bridgette
    on Dec 21, 2019

    Very nice. What support did you use for the rectangle shaped tray??

  • Ellie
    on Dec 25, 2019

    Fist off it’s beautiful!!!


    How did you make it flat so u can have it free standing??’

    Maybe I missed a step?

    Thank you

    • MaryAnn
      on Dec 28, 2019

      Can you add a lazy Susan track on the bottom? How much weight do you think it might support if I used it for a purpose, ex. as a spice rack?

      I can let anything take up counter space unless it's useful. So a spice rack or liquid condiments, like Worcestershire Sauce, Soy Sauce, etc?

  • Patricia
    on Jan 2, 2020

    What size or the pans

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  • MaryAnn
    on Dec 28, 2019

    I like the idea, if it's sturdy enough to serve a useful purpose. I could definitely use it for something non decorative. Our kitchen has to be strictly utilitarian, or

    my Hubs will flip. Decorations have to be cleaned. Not in his job description!

  • Shelly L Nemeth
    on Dec 28, 2019

    sure is sturdy

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