Introduction: How to Make a Two Tiered Stand Out of Thrift Store Items

About: Around here you'll find we love to: refinish old furniture, re-purpose old pieces, build it from scratch and continue bettering our home one step at a time!

A trip to my local thrift store and I spent $3.75 on a couple of plates and a candle holder. At walmart I picked up some gloss white rustoleum spray paint and Gorilla glue.

I prepped the glass by washing it thoroughly in vinegar and water and then I lightly sanded all of the surfaces with a really fine grit sand paper.

From there I washed them again, thoroughly dried them and then glued them together. I let them dry for 24 hours before spray painting the entire two tiered stand.

Step 1: Painting and Completion

So I totally went for it with the white spray paint. I was really cautious to avoid drips so I did several light coats.

Finished! And I totally love it!

The unique rim on top gave me a perk I never even considered, it makes a great jewelry hanger!

I use it for the items I reach for most often, the jasmine essential oil I use as a perfume, a few hair thingys (of course), my tooth brush and the essential rosehip seed oil that I use with my tinkle razor.

All in I think it looks lovely on top of the buffet I converted into a vanity and beside my vessel sink.