Saturday Morning Thrifting - Up-cycling & Re-purposing Possibilities


What would $22 buy thrifting on a Saturday morning?

Old Grater #1.


Old Grater #2.

Old Grater #3.

Old Jar Grabber or Holder.

Wood Masher or Tenderizer.

Wood Masher.

Parts from a Dripolator.

I think this is an old garlic press?

A cool old measuring jar with wooden handle.

Vintage chopper.

I love old kitchen utensils.  Why?  They are so versatile!  Here are just a few of my past posts featuring vintage utensils.

Decorating with Thrift Shop Utensils www.organizedclutter.net
Kitchen utensils are perfect as farmhouse kitchen decor.

Kitchen Utensil Photo Display www.organizedclutter.net
Kitchen utensils as a photo display.

Biscuit Cutter Snowman www.organizedclutter.net
Kitchen utensils make great Christmas ornaments.

Kitchen Utensil Fairy Garden www.organizedclutter.net
Kitchen utensils are perfect in the garden too!  Here is my kitchen fairy garden from 2013.

Repurposed Vintage Kitchen Utensils www.organizedclutter.net\
New ideas will be coming soon from today's utensil purchase!




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8 comments:

  1. I loved your cookie cutter decoration when you first posted it. Lovely to see it again. Great thrifts this week.
    Joy

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  2. Love, love, love your vintage utensils!!!

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  3. Love old utensils too! You made some great finds
    Very creative on your repurposing!

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  4. Old kitchen tools are fun. With grater 3I spray painted it gold and greenery and ribbon and set a votive inside. I had a round one and a smaller one done the same way. Very pretty for kitchen
    Christmas decor

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  5. Carlene ... you are always so creative with displaying your kitchen gadgets. I am sure you have some fun stuff planned for the newly thrifted ones. I could add the masher to my collection and I love the old garlic press if that is what it is.
    Happy week,
    Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

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  6. I love that measuring cup! In all of my prowling antique malls and estate sales, I've never seen one like it.

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  7. enjoying your cute ideas here.
    not always time to comment but glad to get your email notifications.

    Blessings
    Barb

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