Vintage Kitchen Tool Wreath

Re-purposing vintage kitchen tools onto a wreath...Well, it doesn't get much easier to add farmhouse style! Farmhouse touches in decorating are still very much on trend. This DIY wreath, lets you put all those chippy-vintage kitchen gadgets to good use, while being fashionably "farmhouse" forward!
For this project you'll need about 15 vintage kitchen gadgets/tools, a wreath form, wire and wire cutters and a little ribbon is always optional.
I love using the red-handled vintage cooking tools. Vintage cookie cutters and old wooden spoons are great additions too. I pick up a lot of these kitchen items at flea markets, garage sales and thrift stores.
One piece at a time, using fine gauge wire, attach the vintage kitchen tools to the wreath form.
Twist and turn each piece, until you have a wreath full of kitchen gadgets.
Add a little burlap ribbon or other contrasting ribbon to finish the wreath.
I added a little pop of red matches the handles and I love gingham... it just works.
Finally, hang up your farmhouse inspired wreath...and enjoy the view!!
For more photos on this fun project and other farmhouse-inspired fun, including award winning recipes, visit the blog listed below. Thanks for stopping by!!
Karri @ Blue Ribbon Kitchen
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  • Judi Knowles Ries Judi Knowles Ries on Jun 04, 2017
    I used my old cookie cutters and gingham strips of cloth to make a cookie cutter Christmas tree - just adorable!! Because the cutters are tied to the tree limbs, I don't have to redecorate the tree every year (BTW, it's a three-foot tree for my kitchen)
    . Don't know why you couldn't use the same concept for wreaths. I made a wreath for my daughter using old Christmas Jello molds - another cutie!! Kitchen utensils, cookie cutters, and Jello molds - any or all of them could be used for wreaths OR trees!!

  • Floye Myers Floye Myers on Jun 07, 2017
    So cute but I use a lot of these things when I make pies!