Antique Spatula Ornament

6:00:00 AM

Sometimes you've just got to bring it home... that one little thing you don't know what you're going to do with... but you like it... and besides... 
it was old, chippy and  best of all... cheap....


I'm not sure but I think it was a kitchen spatula used  
to take food out of the fryer...  

I thought possibly a rug beater but I think it's 
too small and fragile...

So I'm going with the spatula....

I added a bow, some greenery and a photo and 
got a great Christmas ornament...


 I also tried a curtain hook, an antique photo mirror 
and just a bow for another look...

 

 A nice way to display Grammy and Pop's 
wedding picture during the holidays...

Susan
 

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5 comments

  1. Love it as an ornament with the greenery, Susan!

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  2. I have bookmarked so many of your projects...thought I was a follower...am now! Thank you for all the wonderful diy posts.
    Audrey

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  3. It's a flat whisk. They still make them, though they aren't the "woven" look anymore, now they are just flat loops. They work very well in the kitchen!

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  4. Yes, so very cute! I have one they were used for whisking eggs. Love the idea of shaping it into an ornament.

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