Enamel Pot Lid To Farmhouse Tray
Sometimes when you have a good thing going you just have to roll with it! This quick DIY farmhouse tray project is just a reinvention of a similar project I did a while back, but the idea is so great I have to keep it going! Do you have a single pot lid or single roasting pan and wonder what to do with a mismatched pot lid? HERE is your answer, and it is such a simple fix!
While I was thrifting in one of my favorite little towns, Junction, Texas I found this sad little enamel pot lid without it’s pot. For $1 I couldn’t pass it up. You guys should be catching on by now…if it costs $1 I usually scoop it! If you are new here WELCOME! I adore new friends. Be sure to say hi won’t you!?
It was dented and rusty and blue, which is not a color I use a lot in my house, but if you do you could eliminate the first step!
I took this little guys out for a fresh all over coat of high gloss black spray paint. (DIY for those décor spheres here!)
While the paint was drying I stained four wooden doll heads. I’m still working out of a plastic bag full of doll heads and wooden beads I got last year for a few bucks at a garage sale!
Once everything was dry I married the newly stained doll head “feet” to the bottom of my spray painted enamel lid for the fasted DIY farmhouse tray you’ve ever seen!
Used as a centerpiece, inside or out this handy little decorating tray is large, versatile and stylish. So what do you think?
Any oldies in your kitchen cupboard that could stand to have some new feet? How would you use this tray?
I’d love it if you’d share this DIY on your favorite social media, thanks friend! ANNNDDD…if you like this idea, stick around because I have a TON more, you can browse them here!!
Let me know what you dig out from the depths of your cabinets!
Make a quick DIY farmhouse tray project using an enamel pot lid and wooden doll heads.
- Enamel pot lid
- Spray paint
- Wooden doll heads
- Rapid Fuse
- Paint the enamel pot lid with a coat of high gloss black spray paint.
- Stain four wooden doll heads.
- Let dry.
- Secure the doll heads to the bottom of the lid with glue.
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