DIY Farmhouse Sink Caddy | Dollar Tree Crafts
Keep your sink area organized with this farmhouse sink caddy DIY! It is super easy and adorable farmhouse kitchen decor that you can make on the cheap because it’s a Dollar Tree crafts project! That’s right the supplies are from Dollar Tree and you can make this sink caddy for under $2!
DIY Farmhouse Sink Caddy
This DIY farmhouse sink caddy is SO adorable! It matches perfectly with any farmhouse kitchen decor and doubles as great sink organization too. Keep all of your dish soap, dish cloths, scrubbies, etc in the sink caddy. You could also use it as a windowsill planter with herbs in it or succulents. This farmhouse enamel caddy can really be used for anything! The sky is the limit on what you can do with this cute decor piece. I know you already LOVE cheap farmhouse projects because my $5 farmhouse curtains post went wild. This project is about $1.25 if you’ve got the glue and spray paint in your supplies already!
How To Make A Farmhouse Sink Caddy
What I love about this DIY sink caddy is that the supplies are from Dollar Tree so it is a really inexpensive farmhouse kitchen decor DIY! Here’s what you need:
- metal planter (Dollar Tree)
- toy chess set (Dollar Tree)
- Rustoleum 2x ultra cover paint + primer spray paint in gloss white (hardware store)
- hot glue or E6000 glue (hardware store)
- Permanent marker or acrylic paint pen (Walmart)
Begin by spray painting the bottom of the planter. Make sure the surface is covered and the area is well-ventilated. Allow to dry fully then flip over and spray paint the top/inside as well. Let dry completely.
The picture above is the Dollar Tree chess set that you’ll use for the feet of the planter. Take four of the same pieces (the pawns) and you will glue them to the bottom of the painted planter (make sure it is fully dry!). Arrange the pieces so the planter will sit level when flipped over. Use hot glue or E6000 glue to secure the pieces to the bottom of the planter. Allow to dry fully!
Once the feet have fully dried then you’ll work on embossing the letters on the planter. You will be able to feel where the letters are raised. Use an acrylic paint pen or permanent marker to go over the letters and add detail to the planter. Alternatively, you can lightly sand the raised letters to allow the metal to show through.
Then fill your planter with your favorite goodies near the kitchen sink and enjoy the gorgeous farmhouse sink caddy you created! These also make a great gift idea for moms, friends and neighbors. Teachers love them too!
This is a really inexpensive project because you can make several of these with the spray paint and glue so the material cost is $1 for the planter, $1 for the chess set which you can make 4 planters with and the paint and glue which you may already own! It’s some of the cheapest farmhouse kitchen decor I’ve ever found!
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how cute,,would love one of these myself
This is a really cute idea and super easy to do!
This I saw genius! I have a container like this so I’m off to get my spray paint out.
#sew it, cook it, craft it
Thank you and have fun creating!!
I just love this– and it just happens to be perfect, uncanny timing for me to make a project like this! …I started growing culinary herbs for the first time EVER just this month, and I’m even planning to stop by Dollar Tree tomorrow– for the first time in almost two years! Also, I use Mrs. Meyers products in the kitchen. 🙂 Thanks for the nice idea!
Oh my goodness, it was meant to be! Haha I’d love to see your finished project! Hop over to my Facebook group and share it!! https://www.facebook.com/groups/310684126124026/
Well, I never would have thought of that chess trick for the legs! Clever and super cute results!
Isn’t that cute?!
This is adorable!
So cute love this !
This is adorable, and it would be fun to use it as a base for a gift basket. It has me thinking of basket ideas already! So cost effective!
Oh my, so very cute and super easy too! This DIY is meant just for me!
Oh that looks so good with the spray paint! What a great idea. I have a few of these cheap silver tins around I’ll have to try it out on.
Such a clever idea to add feet to this container to create a farmhouse caddy! Thanks for sharing at Tuesday Turn About.. .hope to see you each week!
Thank you Julie!