DIY Wooden Pedestal Bowls
Today I'm making an easy repurposed project repurposing a basket full of legs from my daughter's old bedroom furniture.
These are the perfect "legs" that are great for so many projects!
On a recent trip to the thrift store I also purchased some inexpensive wooden bowls.
Read more to see how great they look now!
First, I removed the double sided screw from the furniture legs I had.
See the bottom of this post for furniture leg suggestions.
There was no need to paint these legs because they were already white and looked great... but you could!
I used wood glue and E6000 glue to attach the wooden bowls to the pedestal legs.
I put a heavy weight on top to hold the glue until it dried.
Unfortunately, the glue didn't work to hold the bowl on top. I ended up drilling a hole through the bottom of the bowl and into the leg.
I used a wooden peg through the bowl and into the leg for support.
I stained the top of the peg to match the bottom of the bowl so the peg wouldn't be too noticeable.
These cute bowls are perfect to hold a nest, eggs, or whatever you want to display for Spring.
The furniture leg pedestal give the bowls more of a presence and contrasts the beauty of the wood.
I made similar a while back with wooden dishes and lamp parts I found.
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