Vintage Grater Pencil Cup

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A rusty vintage grater with a great wooden handle...

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mounted to a piece of reclaimed wood painted white.

I used screws to attach the grater to the wood
and used a piece of cork to close off the bottom of the grater.

Two holes in the top of the board hold a 
thick piece of macrame jute for hanging.

Vintage grater pencil cup www.homeroad.net

It makes the cutest darn pencil cup for my office!!

Vintage grater pencil cup www.homeroad.net

Vintage grater pencil cup www.homeroad.net


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4 comments

  1. I love this idea!! I have a few of these graters In my "I just know I can use this someday" stash, lol. I'm going to put up two of them in my craft/sewing room...one to hold my light colored prisma pencils and one to hole the darker ones. Thank you for sharing this!!

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  2. how fun! I love what you do with junk Susan!

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