Small Cutting Board Farmhouse Style Re-purpose

March 30, 2015

This is the cutting board I purchased recently for $3.

I painted it with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in "Old White",  I distressed it on the edges with 100 grit sandpaper and applied clear wax.  I also drilled a hole through the handle for a jute hanger.

Then I took this vintage metal biscuit cutter and screwed it to the cutting board.
I made a simple tag on my inkjet printer with card stock and this grains graphic from the Graphics Fairy

Biscuit Cutter & Cutting Board Faux Pot Holder
The biscuit cutter holds a faux plant in an antiqued terracotta look pot.  I tied the grain tag onto the handle of the biscuit cutter.

Biscuit Cutter & Cutting Board Faux Pot Holder
These three adorable little faux potted plants are hard workers on my blog.  They have been featured in many a vignette!

Cookie Cutter & Cutting Board Faux Pot Holder
The little faux potted plants are products of Sullivan Floral & Gifts, and I just ordered more of them today!  

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Thanks for reading my blog, Carlene

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  1. Another cute cutting board. Love it!

  2. So cute! I really love how you re-purposed the cutter!

  3. What an amazing re-purposing idea. I just love it! Luanne

  4. I love your creativity! I may give this a try.
    Thanks for sharing!

  5. I love how you pulled this all together Carlene!! always :)

  6. Who, besides Carlene, would have thought to use the cookie cutter for a little shelf.
    Cute as can be.
    Really clever.
    Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

  7. Another clever re-purpose....thanks for sharing your ideas!

    Tammy @Pink Glitter

  8. Another cute project!! Very creative!



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