Vintage Grater Display

6:12:00 AM

What was once a kitchen utensil...

is now a photo display...

a memo board...

or an earring holder...

You decide...
Which do you like the best?

Sold on my Etsy shop!

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  1. How creative! Although I rarely wear jewelry, I love the look. I would probably use it for a memo board and photos. Cheers!

  2. Graters make such great backdrops and project bases! I just love this look!

  3. Love it as the backing for a photo!

  4. Aw, Susan - that's adorable! I liked the memo board version best too!

  5. Cute idea. I pinned an old oven grate once and keep meaning to do something with it - this looks great. Oh, I need to write you back about the ornaments. I haven't opened my etsy shop since the move. You can stencil the words on the ornaments - it was much easier. Really! Hope you are great!

  6. And here my graters are just laying in my drawer. They could be so much more.


  7. Fun! What a good idea. It looks really good.


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