Today I'm repurposing an old cheese grater and a sign that I had leftover from a baby shower. You can also use a piece of reclaimed wood of any kind.
Repurposed Vintage Cheese Grater Organizer
With the repurposing of this vintage cheese grater, I'm preparing to teach a class at our local library. I'm making projects similar to those I've made in the past and sold. I want to show the people that come to my class how they can turn an old item into something new and fun for their homes.
I began by flipping the sign over and and attaching the cheese grater with small screws.
Before I attached the cheese grater I removed the vinyl lettering on the original sign with a razor blade then painted the back black.
I jammed a piece of wood into the bottom of the cheese grater to create a base. The base can hold a jar to hold flowers in water or so you can fill the cheese grater with kitchen items. I added a metal flower decoration to the top of the board.
I added a saw tooth hanger on the back of the wooden sign and hung it on the wall.
You can fill the cheese grater with fresh flowers by adding a jar to the inside or use faux flowers.
If you want to use the cheese grater in the kitchen it can hold wooden spoons and spatulas.
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