Wooden Bowl Tiered Tray

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Those wooden bowls at the thrift store...
you know them... But do you really know them?

wooden salad bowls turned tiered tray www.homeroad.net

A large salad bowl and 8 smaller wooden bowls
were $2.99 at the thrift store. 

But it was 1/2 price day! 

I brought them home and using a section of a chair leg, 
I stacked the bowls then screwed them together. 

wooden salad bowls turned tiered tray www.homeroad.net

To make these lovely tiered trays, I drill through the bowls
and into the post. Using double sided screws I
glued and screwed the pieces together.

Those bowls ain't going anywhere!

I painted the tray with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in 
Empire Red then used a dark wax.

wooden salad bowls turned tiered tray www.homeroad.net

wooden salad bowls turned tiered tray www.homeroad.net

Gorgeous red bowl just in time for 
Valentine's Day decorating!

See more wooden thrift store bowl projects...

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  1. I love them. That is something I believe I have on my Pinterest board… "I NEED TO MAKE". HA. I think some times that having a creative mind hinders progress. You are constantly looking for more things to create and don't do any of them. Looks great!

  2. What a great idea! I love the color :)

    Have a blessed day,

  3. Ok, so I'll won't be walking past the next set of these I find at my thrift store! Love your other uses for them too...never thought about cutting them in half!

  4. Very nice job! I love to see how others think outside the box and make something wonderful out of something that's been cast off and discarded. I never would have thought to do that!
    Lynn at Cottage and Creek


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