Fall Double Decker Thrift Shop Wooden Fruit Bowl Decor


 Do you remember these wooden fruit bowls of yesteryear?  I find them from time to time when thrifting.


 My project's first step was to paint both bowls.

 I gave them both two coats of Rust-Oleum Chalked Paint in Linen White .

Next, I lightly faux distressed both bowls with my FolkArt Layering Wood Block and Ceramcoat Acrylic Paint in Walnut.  (more info on the layering block here)  I sealed them with water based Varathane Clear Matte  Poly.

So here are my pedestal bowls on the table on my covered patio.

A little faux pumpkin from MeraVic (purchased this year at a local gift shop) fits perfectly in the square bowl.

AND the smaller square pedestal bowl fit perfectly inside the larger bowl!

These four floral picks are from Kruenpeeper Gifts.

Upcycled Fall Vintage Wooden Fruit Bowl Decor www.organizedclutter.net
When I bent the stems in half, I was able to lay the four picks in and around the top pedestal base.  These fit perfectly too!

Upcycled Fall Vintage Wooden Fruit Bowl Decor www.organizedclutter.net
So here's the easy double-decker fall display with two upcycled thrift shop finds and some faux fall items.  
I have had the Kruenpeeper Maple and Berries picks for many fall seasons.  They are one of my favorites.

Upcycled Fall Vintage Wooden Fruit Bowl Decor www.organizedclutter.net
Working on the rest of my fall covered patio decor!  

Upcycled Fall Vintage Wooden Fruit Bowl Decor www.organizedclutter.net
Will share when complete!  Thanks for visiting!

Upcycled Fall Vintage Wooden Fruit Bowl Decor www.organizedclutter.net








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8 comments:

  1. Gorgeous! Is your patio covered ? Will the wood of the items rot ? Hope not, it looks fab!
    Jillxo

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  2. Loved the way the painted footed wooden bowls mix so well with the fall accents. Pinned.
    Joy

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  3. I just love this! I have been trying to find some thrift store items do something like this.
    Pam
    scrap-n-sewgranny.blogspot.com

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  4. I wasn't even going to open this email, because I thought those bowls were really ugly, but I did. Wow, you never cease to amaze me. These turned out adorable.

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  5. Love the design of it! Great work!

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  6. I do remember those but in your style I like them better.

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