I had 3 nested spring form pans in the cupboard and thought they would be perfect to make my tiered stand. I only used two of them today, but I may make a taller one later using all three.
I took photo's as I assembled my tiered stand and ......
Here is another stand that I used a different pillar and accessories in.....
I didn't put any breakables in my spring form pan. I don't want anything to be broken if my tiered stand should get knocked over by accident.
I separated my "bouquet" of yellow flowers and scattered them around the vignette.
I didn't like the look of the pumpkins and flowers just laying in the bottom of the pans. so I used crocheted pieces to fill the bottom up and then just place the flowers and pumpkins on top.
Has anyone made a tiered stand from items that you have on hand?
I would love to see it!
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Very cute as all your treasures are. I look forward to all your pics and posts....they are so much fun.ReplyDelete
Love this idea!! I hope to try something like this with my 3 tier galvanized tray that I bought in Sam's several years ago.....ReplyDelete
Love the lace you added!!
This brought a smile to face! To cute. Love it! Have a good evening...LeticiaReplyDelete
Penny this is so adorable! I love that you made your own tiered tray and that little squirrel is cute.ReplyDelete
Hope you'll share this on Sept. 13th at the tiered tray extravaganza. That's a fancy name for a linky party. :)
Awesome!!! Great Idea, I just love it! HugsReplyDelete
You make me smile! Always great ideas from your talentReplyDelete
Clever, Penny. It's always wise to think out of the box. Great job!ReplyDelete
you should link with Stacey at poofingthepillows.com for her upcoming party of TIERED TRAYS.....it should be funReplyDelete
I couldn't shell out that much for one either! Thank you for sharing with us this week at Celebrate Your Story, have a great weekend!ReplyDelete
Lovely as always,Have a wonderful week. Linda @Crafts a la modeReplyDelete
So clever and creative.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing with SYC.
I never would have guessed what humble beginnings that display had! Thanks for sharing at Throwback Thursday!ReplyDelete
Penny, they say great minds think alike--I just created my own tiered stand too ;) I'll be sharing mine Tuesday. Yours is lovely ~ thank you for sharing @Vintage Charm!ReplyDelete
I love tiered stands! This is a great DIY. Thanks for sharing at the Wednesday Showcase link party!ReplyDelete
Giving you a Let's Talk Vintage feature this morning! Thanks so much for linking up!ReplyDelete
Check out your Good Will. I found mine there for about 3 bucks. If they don't have one, they always have old silver and candle sticks, and you can glue that without worry! Your idea for the spring form pans is amazing, and it looks amazing too!ReplyDelete
What a fun idea you found instead of putting out the big bucks! All my tiered servers have been purchased from thrift stores and none over $10.00. I like the use of the lace and doilies. The Happy WondererReplyDelete
Penny, I just think this is so smart! Can you still take it apart to make cheesecake? That's the important question. Just kidding...kind of.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing with us today. We love having you!
Yes, I can take it apart....I still use those pans..lol! hugs...Delete
Another wonderful idea, adding lace doilies. Just wonderful.ReplyDelete
Very clever. Your tiered stand turned out great.ReplyDelete
Penny this is so creative! What wonderful tiered trays! Thank you so very much for sharing these gems.ReplyDelete
I love the way you used items you can take back apart when you're ready to change out the look! I've pinned this and will be featuring it on this week's Awesome Life Friday at Reviews, Chews & How-Tos.ReplyDelete