Kitchen Grater Owl

2 Materials
$5
1 Day
Medium

I saw a sweet little Grater Owl either on Facebook or Pinterest (I can't remember which one) but unfortunately I discovered the picture didn't have a link to any instructions. I know you have been there, you see something you love on Pinterest or Facebook but no link to the actual post! So frustrating!
So my hubby and I recreated our own version of a Grater Owl and wrote out all the instructions for you! But remember there are probably many variations of this little owl, so feel free to let the creative juices flow and change or adapt all or any of these steps!
We found the vintage (old) grater in an antique shop for less than $7 and a few springs that were priced at 4 for $1. Everything else we found around the house so this was a fun and inexpensive project that looks adorable in my kitchen or even in my garden!
For all the step by Step Instructions please visit my blog:)) Clickable Link below!
Here's a little teaser on our supply list!

Suggested materials:

  • Kitchen grater
  • Metal pieces

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  • Jodi Gilpin
    on Aug 19, 2018

  • Robyn Stewardson
    on Aug 23, 2018

    It might have been one of mine that you saw (focusonart). Unfortunately, and often, people pin the image and don't reference the maker. Rather frustrating for us as well!

    This is Kitchen Owl #594 'Badge of Honour'

    www.facebook.com/FocusOnArt/photos/a.233077156733066/528304217210357/?type=3&theater

    Cheers,

    Robyn Stewardson, creator of Kitchen Owls


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