DIY Upcycled Utensil Holder

DIY Upcycled Utensil Holder

Sorry about yesterdays false start! The post accidentally went live without the links being ready! But let’s try this again shall we…..

I am excited to be over at Home Made by Carmona again today bringing you another DIY, this time a little something to brighten up your kitchen. I love to do a little upcycling; if I can do it for FREE myself I would rather do that than just go buy something. So when I wanted a new utensil holder with colour and personality I looked no further than scraps of skirting lying around in the shed to create something unique to me. You can find the full tutorial on how I made this on the Home Made by Carmona blog here. On Monday I will be sharing how I upcycled an old mirror to make the vintage inspired sign for my kitchen. But, before you go make sure you head on over to Home Made by Carmona and check out how I made the coolest utensil holder! Can you tell I love it?

 

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  • shonee - April 26, 2015 - 1:39 pm

    wow! This is such a great projects. I would have never thought to use those wood piece to make this! So useful and creative! Love that color too!
    -Shonee
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  • Jenn - April 25, 2015 - 6:58 am

    You have the most amazing ability to turn the simplest things into something beautiful!! Love this project and LOVE the color you chose!!ReplyCancel

    • Gilly - April 25, 2015 - 9:04 am

      Thanks Jenn, it is so nice of you to say that!ReplyCancel

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