The prettiest DIY footed serving bowls you ever did see! - sugar and cloth - entertaining - houston blogger

DIY Footed Serving Bowls

DIY Footed Serving Bowl - Sugar and ClothDIY Footed Serving Bowl - Sugar and Cloth

photos by Jared Smith

When it comes to holidays, I’m fully prepared to bust out allll the stops for a styled table, it’s just the budget factor that I find to be an issue. If it ever came down to presents for gifting or a cute serving bowl, you best believe I will always choose presents! Lucky for you, we’re back with another entertaining how-to with Mirassou Winery so that you don’t have to choose between gifts or a pretty table.

There should be no neglected tabletops this season, because these DIY footed serving bowls are quick and super budget friendly. You’ll only need five materials to makes these beauties, and you probably have most of them laying around the house already…

DIY Footed Serving Bowl - Sugar and Cloth

Wooden plaque

Flat bottom bowl

Wood stain in the color of your choice (I used this color)

Foam brush

Permanent craft adhesive

DIY Footed Serving Bowl - Sugar and Cloth

All you have to do to create these footed serving bowls is stain a wooden plaque that’s the same size (or slightly larger) than your bowls, and let it dry completely.

Once dry, use E-6000 glue to adhere the bowl and the wooden plaque together, and sit something heavy on top to make sure pressure is being applied while the glue dries.

DIY Footed Serving Bowl - Sugar and Cloth

Wait 24-48 hours for the glue to set completely, and you’re all finished! Be sure to always handwash your new serving bowls once they’re complete.

DIY Footed Serving Bowl - Sugar and ClothDIY Footed Serving Bowl - Sugar and Cloth

You can make as many colors, shapes, and sizes as you want, but I had to stop myself at three. At some point I just need to come to the realization that my storage options are not endless when it comes to serve-ware!

On the flip-side, the footed bowls do make for the perfect match to your new favorite recipes, as well as your next Mirassou wine pairing. I’m currently loving this wilted greans with Pinot Noir pears recipe, and this shrimp & citrus salad! You can never go wrong having wine to share, and your favorite statement bowls and dishes on hand, am I right?!

DIY Footed Serving Bowl - Sugar and ClothDIY Footed Serving Bowl - Sugar and ClothDIY Footed Serving Bowl - Sugar and Cloth

Pretty simple, yeah?! How many of you think you’ll end up making these for the upcoming holidays and get togethers? Just don’t forget the wine! ;)

This post is made possible by Mirassou Winery. Thank you for supporting the brands we love that keep bigger and better DIY’s and even sweeter sweets coming straight to your inbox! Learn more about Mirassou on Facebook!
The prettiest DIY footed serving bowls you ever did see! - sugar and cloth - entertaining - houston blogger

DIY Footed Serving Bowls

DIY Footed Serving Bowl - Sugar and ClothDIY Footed Serving Bowl - Sugar and Cloth

photos by Jared Smith

When it comes to holidays, I’m fully prepared to bust out allll the stops for a styled table, it’s just the budget factor that I find to be an issue. If it ever came down to presents for gifting or a cute serving bowl, you best believe I will always choose presents! Lucky for you, we’re back with another entertaining how-to with Mirassou Winery so that you don’t have to choose between gifts or a pretty table.

There should be no neglected tabletops this season, because these DIY footed serving bowls are quick and super budget friendly. You’ll only need five materials to makes these beauties, and you probably have most of them laying around the house already…

DIY Footed Serving Bowl - Sugar and Cloth

Wooden plaque

Flat bottom bowl

Wood stain in the color of your choice (I used this color)

Foam brush

Permanent craft adhesive

DIY Footed Serving Bowl - Sugar and Cloth

All you have to do to create these footed serving bowls is stain a wooden plaque that’s the same size (or slightly larger) than your bowls, and let it dry completely.

Once dry, use E-6000 glue to adhere the bowl and the wooden plaque together, and sit something heavy on top to make sure pressure is being applied while the glue dries.

DIY Footed Serving Bowl - Sugar and Cloth

Wait 24-48 hours for the glue to set completely, and you’re all finished! Be sure to always handwash your new serving bowls once they’re complete.

DIY Footed Serving Bowl - Sugar and ClothDIY Footed Serving Bowl - Sugar and Cloth

You can make as many colors, shapes, and sizes as you want, but I had to stop myself at three. At some point I just need to come to the realization that my storage options are not endless when it comes to serve-ware!

On the flip-side, the footed bowls do make for the perfect match to your new favorite recipes, as well as your next Mirassou wine pairing. I’m currently loving this wilted greans with Pinot Noir pears recipe, and this shrimp & citrus salad! You can never go wrong having wine to share, and your favorite statement bowls and dishes on hand, am I right?!

DIY Footed Serving Bowl - Sugar and ClothDIY Footed Serving Bowl - Sugar and ClothDIY Footed Serving Bowl - Sugar and Cloth

Pretty simple, yeah?! How many of you think you’ll end up making these for the upcoming holidays and get togethers? Just don’t forget the wine! ;)

This post is made possible by Mirassou Winery. Thank you for supporting the brands we love that keep bigger and better DIY’s and even sweeter sweets coming straight to your inbox! Learn more about Mirassou on Facebook!

Comments

  • gabriella

    11.10.15

    I love these! What a fun little DIY (that’s super useful, too).

    g.

  • This is an AWESOME idea, I love love love it! I had to leave almost all my tools home, when I moved to New York, and I miss DIY (I use to build / manufacture a lot of things myself!)

    Amy

  • Debra

    11.10.15

    Simple and elegant—the perfect diy combo!

  • Andrea

    11.10.15

    These are fantastic! Where did you find your colorful bowls?

    A

    • Natalia said:

      Where are those pretty flat bottom bowls from?!

      • sina said:

        same question! where are the bowls from!!!

      • Ashley said:

        They’re just standard bowls from various stores that were spray painted colors on the outside :)

      • Ashley said:

        They’re just standard bowls from various stores that were spray painted colors on the outside :)

  • brittanyMakes

    11.10.15

    OMG AMAZING. Mind blown. GREAT PROJECT!!!!

  • Miriam

    11.10.15

    A simple idea. And effective. How many of us would think of it? Yet it’s easy to put into practice and surely impressing the guests.

  • Nettie

    11.10.15

    A stylish and affordable idea. I adored it!

  • Cat

    11.22.15

    Will we ever find out where the bowls are from?

    • Ashley said:

      They’re just standard bowls from various stores that were spray painted colors on the outside :)

  • Hailey

    02.20.16

    Where did you purchase the bowls? They are the exact size and color I’ve been searching for. Thanks! Such a cute diy!

    • Ashley said:

      They’re just standard bowls from various stores that were spray painted colors on the outside :)

  • Michael Cox

    04.14.16

    where oh where do the bowls come from? how any commenters have asked this very same question, which seems to have been COMPletely ignored!!

    • Ashley said:

      They’re just standard bowls from various stores that were spray painted colors on the outside :)

  • Amira

    05.15.16

    Can you please name the various stores you purchased these bowls from? What was tHe original color of the bowls? will you share with us what spray color you used and how you did it?

    Thanks!

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    08.28.16

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    • Ashley said:

      Thanks for stopping by!

  • Samantha

    11.05.16

    what bowls did you use for this? They’re really cute and i would love to buy them myself!

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