A couple of thrift store finds, some glue and you’ve got this gorgeous pedestal serving dish

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I have a new obsession! Superglue and spray paint. I have been scouring Goodwill looking for cute combos in order to make some fun and inexpensive gifts and home decor!

 

 

Made from thrift store finds, paint & glue

This pedestal serving dish was super simple. I first saw the candlestick and immediately thought I would spray paint it because I’m not really into gold accents. Finding the right platter for the top was a bit more difficult. But then I saw it. A super cute pink plate with gold inlay accents. It looked so cute I didn’t have to break out the spray paint, I just left the pedestal the same color. I used E6000 Craft Adhesive to attach the candlestick to the bottom of the plate and let it cure for a few hours. 

My project only cost me $5 and the colors work perfect together, the thrift store has a treasure trove of items to upcycle and repurpose. So much to choose from and whatever you make will be your own style and a unique piece of art. 

How fun to use for cakes when you’re hosting a play date or cupcakes for the littles! I have a feeling this is the first of many superglue projects in my future!

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