7 Days of Thrift Shop Flips for National Thrift Shop Day - Day 2 - Angel Food Cake Pan

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In honor of National Thrift Shop day tomorrow and my love of thrifting I have 7 thrift shop flips to share this week!

For day 2 today, I have a sweet little project with an old angel food cake pan!

National Thrift Shop Day Projects

I picked up the pan and a part from another one of a different style.


I think the piece on the right would fit down inside one without a bottom so that you could lift out the angel food cake. It doesn't fit inside this pan so I know they don't go together... or dooo theeeyyy?!


I gave them both a coat of Rust-Oleum 302591 Chalked Spray Paint, 12 oz, Linen White/White and then while the paint was still wet I stuck the pan on top of the other piece. The paint dried and acts like glue so they are now one piece!

This is how I found them in the thrift shop and inspiration hit when I saw them!


I painted the word "Stuff" on the side with dark brown...


And now we have a unique little container... for stuff!!


It would be great in a craft room or kitchen. The base rotates too!


I left the inside unfinished because I figured taking stuff in and out would scratch it up before long.



Come back tomorrow, for Day 3 of  "7 Days of Thrift Shop Flips" to see what I make from this wooden cactus.




11 comments

  1. That's so cute! You could probably use the center too, right? Surely you didn't paint "stuff" free hand! Did you use a stencil? I love that it rotates on a base too.

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    1. Thanks Florence. I did paint "stuff" free hand :)

      Tania

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  2. Love what you did with the cake pans!! Yesterday's post with the sewing machine drawer is awesome! Thanks for sharing your talents!

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  3. I love it! An angel food pedestal---whooda thunk?!

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  4. Love this, tania! So cute. I always need containers for "Stuff!" :)

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    1. Thanks! I think everyone has a need for "stuff" containers!! ha ha!

      Tania

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  5. I absolutely love it Tania! There just another great reason to collect more vintage bakeware. lol.

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  6. This would make a great display piece for smalls in a booth.

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  7. Looks fabulous Tania and what a fun thrift shop transformation. Thanks for sharing it at Shabbilicious Friday this week. I'm delighted to be featuring it at tomorrow's party.
    Hugs ~ Kerryanne

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