Speckled Enamelware Tiered Tray

It's a lucky day when you find a couple of matching speckled enamelware plates.

Speckled Enamelware Tiered Tray

I decided to create a tiered tray with them because they are just too beautiful to stick in the closet. 

I drilled a hole in the center of each of the plates. 

Using E6000 glue and a screw I stacked a chair leg between them as the pedestal.  On the top I added a wooden knob and then a wooden salad dish for the base. 

Black Speckled Enamelware Tiered Tray

I taped off the plates and painted the chair leg, knob, and base with Casement white Fusion Mineral Paint.

Speckled Farmhouse Enamelware Tiered Tray

I cleaned up the dusty plates and they have a new life as a gorgeous pedestal dish perfect for desserts, appetizers, or to display your items. 

Speckled Enamel Plates tiered tray

Farmhouse speckled enamelware tiered tray with wooden pedestal and knob.

This beauty never made it's way to the shop but looks gorgeous in it's beautiful new home with one of my best customers!

speckled repurposed tray by Homeroad

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I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife of 28 years, the mother of 4 daughters, and the grandmother of 4 grandsons. I am a DIY Blogger and a part time PreK teacher.

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  1. very cute idea! I love to make things like this, but since I have nowhere to sell them I'm swimming in too many cute things. sometimes seeing all your great ideas fires me up to go thrifting for more pieces to make things I don't need. Dang! I need a booth.

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    1. Oh my goodness you so need a booth! Or maybe just a shelf in an antique store where you can do what you enjoy and make your craft money back!

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  2. You officially gave me a reason to collect these pans. I ADORE black and white, so am doing this!


    I've featured you in this weekend's DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 375. Thanks for linking up! :)

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