Vintage Kitchen Tool Photo Holders

8:04:00 AM

I am making junky photo holders in the style of some of one of my favorite junky friends today...

vintage cheese grater photo holder
Vintage cheese grater with key magnets

I just couldn't pass up these cool vintage kitchen gadgets at a garage sale last week and today I'm putting them to use 
because I love old junk and old photos.

Interesting photo holders just make me happy.

vintage egg cup photo holder
Vintage blender
That's me with the scarf!

vintage tool photo holder
Old Rusty cement spreader with magnetic buttons

Links to all of these creations can be found by following my 
My Creations Pinterest Board

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  1. I love your new profile pic! I love your kitchen utensil photo holders. I'm an kitchen utensil junker myself!

  2. LOVE them all Susan!! You are going to sell out at your craft fair...and now I want to go dig through my junk stash to make some more photo holders too! Thanks for the inspiration...and the mention! It means the world to me because you inspire me DAILY :)

  3. Cute photo holders. They are all so creative.

  4. I used to have a wall of rolling pins, well before blogging. I took them down thinking they were just old kitchen junk. I put a framed art piece in their place and I hate it, never have liked it. Time to gather all my kitchen junk and put OUR photos on them on the wall and ditch that "art".


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