Altered Kitchen Crock from Goodwill

Altered Kitchen Crock from Goodwill

Every once in a while a trip to Goodwill ignites a little spark of inspiration. I always keep my eyes open for kitchen storage pieces to help keep things organized. And so, a recent find at Goodwill resulted in a new kitchen crock for some of my utensils.

Altered-Kitchen CrockThis little project didn’t take a lot of work … the best kind of project!

 

Goodwill-CrockThe altered kitchen crock started out like this. Plain but sturdy with a good shape for holding things. It was heavy when I lifted it to see a price tag of 99 cents. Sold!

 

Crock-with-Vintage-GraphicI gave it a white wash coating with white gesso that I had on hand. Then I used a little Mod Podge to apply this printed graphic that I found at The Graphics Fairy (she has some really cool stuff … all for free!). Once dry, I applied a final coat of Mod Podge over the entire crock to protect it since it was going to sit near my kitchen sink.

 

Kitchen-CrockThe crock is sturdy enough to hold some of my taller, heavier utensils without falling over.

What are some of your Goodwill finds that you’ve transformed recently?

 

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  1. I love this “new” vintage-looking “old” crock, Jennifer! I have to try painting with gesso – I love the way it looks!
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