Up Cycle a Metal Plant Stand DIY
Edited by Doug Collins, Eng
I would like to thank Dezine Fun for the awesome video on How to Up-Cycled Plant Stand DIY. I organized it into a wiki for anyone with a hearing impairment, or for those who just prefer to read the steps. Hope you enjoy it. :)
I am doing an up cycling project today. I found this, it looks like a plant stand, at the Good will store and it was 3.93 cents. I am going to clean it up and spray paint it. I also found find this huge glass candle, so I will show you how I'll paint this and clean it up.
Brush the stand using a wire brush.
So it will clean it up and remove all that rust and it will be very smooth.
The top of the stand is now clean after using this brush.
Use the Lysol wipes to wipe out all the rust and other things and make it smooth.
Also, wipe down the legs and all the corners.
As you can see it's kind of rustic brown color.
I really don't like this color so I'm going to spray it to black.
We are going to use RUST-OLEUM Gloss Protective Enamel, and hopefully, only need one or two coats.
Place the stand in a box and start painting with the spray paint.
The Other piece that I found at the Good one store was this huge glass candle holder.
I'm going to wash and clean it up then use it with the candle stand.
This is the finished project guys, my plant holder up cycled into a candle holder.
This candle here is Crackling Candle by DW Home, and it smells really good.
I want to thank everybody for watching, and I'll see you in a next video.
Video: Up Cycle a Metal Plant Stand DIY
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