Do you know how to make a pedestal stand? I love these things to pieces and have a few new ones that my husband and I finished this week!
Not only do they look super farmhousey (yeah, I made that word up), but they earn their keep in the kitchen. Since I have a serious shortage of counter space in my kitchen, everything has to be functional, and can’t just sit and look pretty.
The first one we finished was made using a vintage enamelware pie pie pan, and a section from an antique bed post.
The other one has a vintage enamelware bowl, and another section from the same bed post.
I like to use them to hold fruit, but you could also put napkins or salt and pepper shakers on ones with a flat pie plate, and use them as a table centerpiece.
They are very similar to making tiered stands (tutorial here), but you only need one piece instead of two.
I’ve listed both of these pedestal stands in my online shop.
I’m a monthly contributor over at My Repurposed Life, and this month I’m sharing how to make a pedestal stand using a pie pan. You’ll find the tutorial here.
I hope you’ll pop over and say hello, and let me know if you make a pedestal stand for yourself!
Viya con Dios,
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