Thrifted Fluted Pan For Fall Decorating

3 Materials
$2
10 Minutes
Easy
I found this awesome red fluted pan for $1. My first thought was, “I am going to paint it.” Big surprise, right?
I didn’t paint it, BUT I added some Fall fun to it.

I found this awesome red fluted pan for $1. My first thought was, “I am going to paint it.” Big surprise, right?
I didn’t paint it, BUT I added some Fall fun to it.
I love this fluted pan filled with gum berries (I think that is what they are called) and a lit candle. Tying the baker’s twine around the candle also added some yellow for Fall. I just love how fun it is to use a thrifted find for something for Fall.
As you might have seen before, I LOVE using my pecan and pinecone garland from Fall till Winter. I wrapped it around the pedestal for a little rustic look.
The garland is REALLY is to make. I use it in my Fall decorating. But can easily be used clear through Christmas and Winter decorating, too.
It was easy to pull together my Simple Fall Tablescape using what I had.
I found other ways to use my fluted pan, like sitting it on a vintage tiered tray and filling it with pine cones, pomegranates, and a candle.
I think you will like that, too.
Suggested materials:
  • Fluted Pan   (Thrift Store)
  • Pine Cones   (My Yard)
  • Candle   (Craft Store)
Meegan
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  • Sandra Allen Sandra Allen on Oct 04, 2017
    Oh My Goodness!! This is so cute and you could make it different for each Holiday. I love it!!!

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