6.30.2011

DIY! Clever Chalkboard Napkin and Utensil Caddy

I have a little thing for weird objects that I can turn into amazing (at least I think so) projects. I adore those faux Bundt pans (I think) technically I have to call these beauties ring shaped fluted cake pans...because Bundt is a trademarked name!) you see all the time at the thrift store...If they have a cool shape or color I pick them up and use them as "vases" for centerpiece displays and planters....but recently I had another idea...which never quite got finished in time...but it morphed into this idea...
a napkin and or utensil caddy.
(or an art caddy...or anything  you want!)

SUPPLIES
  • Faux Bundt pan or ring shape fluted cake pan
  • Krylon Indoor/Outdoor Primer
  • Krylon Chalkboard Paint
  • Rockler Sanding Bug
  • Drill and drill bit
  • Multi-Purpose Wire, Dand-o-line green (I used a heavy duty wire so I could form a nice handle...there are other options. I bought this at the hardware store).
  • Wire Cutters
  • Twine/ribbon/strips of fabric
  • Chalk
DIY IT!
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This is a super easy project!
You just need to clean it.

Drill a couple of holes, and sand it.

Prime it!

Paint it.

Attache a handle!

Decorate it!

I decide to use this as a napkin caddy because I like to use cloth napkins as much as possible, and it makes a cute presentation! And it is so easy to pack up and move around!

You could use this for so many other thing too - condiments, silverware (with some mason jars tucked inside)...and of course my still all time favorite as a centerpiece.

Do you have a favorite hint or tip for entertaining?

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11 comments :

  1. Awesome idea to recycle old bakeware!

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  2. Hi Holly-

    This is so clever and I love the way you wrote "Let's get messy" and "Take One" on it. Very cute and perfect for entertaining. I like the way you wrapped the star fabric around the handle too. I have had a Bundt pan in a kitchen cabinet for 20 + years and I have never used it. Making this with it will finally put it to good use.
    My best- Diane

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  3. Genius, Holly!! Love the use of the bundt pan. And, of course, I'm wild about anything that involves chalkboard paint! Great project!

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  4. How genius is this!!! Love it.

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  5. Cute Idea!! You are always so clever. Have a Happy 4th of July!

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  6. nice job Holly! VERY cool!

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  7. very cool Holly! I love chalkboard paint! Lezlee

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  8. Awesome!!! What a fun project! If you get a chance, I'd love for you to share this at the Tuesday To Do Party!

    http://blackberryvine.blogspot.com/2011/07/tuesday-to-do-17-and-16-list-makers.html

    Smiles!
    Jami

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  9. Holly I featured your super clever caddy today!! I love the chalkboard paint on it - this is such a fun idea. You are so great at taking ordinary objects and making them awesome! http://www.flamingotoes.com/2011/07/crush-of-the-week-think-pink-features-13/

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  10. Do you have a picture of the faux bundt pan used as a centerpiece? This is so clever. Right now I'm using my wicker utensil/napkin holder as a place where I keep my pencils and notepads. It was my sisters idea when she painted my kitchen. lol

    I found you at Flamingo Toes

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