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.


VintageSouthernPicks Florence S said...

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.

mary sweet said...

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

The Vintage Dresser said...

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

Little Vintage Cottage said...

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


Tania @ Run to Radiance said...

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

Little Vintage Cottage said...

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


Tuula @ Thrifty Rebel Vintage said...

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

Linda Neumann said...

Cute! Cute! Cute!

Little Vintage Cottage said...

Thank you Linda!


Donna Wilkes said...

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

Kerryanne @ Shabby Art Boutique said...

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