Emilie Bier Do it Your Self

They make a kitchen tool Vintage-Shadow Box

If you are looking for a good way to make your old kitchen tools, this vintage shadow box with Mod hodgepodge is the perfect decoration project.
I had a friend who loved to collect vintage kitchen tools, and her collection was super cool. You didn’t want to use them, what I understood also, because they were vintage and also you could collapse in your cupcake batter.
man Podger David came up with a way to antique kitchen tools, and I need it, my friend . . . I love this vintage shadow box. Hang it on the wall or prop it on the counter, either way, it looks great. I’ll let David tell you how it’s made.

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OK, my grandma (dad's mom) was one of the most exciting women of all time – and not much of a cook. But she LOVED donuts! My mother is also fantastic and a great cook. And she makes delicious, homemade donuts. The two together say unnecessarily.
When my grandmother died, I ended up (I have really no idea how) with some little things from your kitchen, the sat, to do in a "I-know-what-this-but-I-can-throw-non--it-away" box in my garage. You have such?
Anyway, it dawned on me that I could make a little ceremony of the two, their friendship and their love for donuts with a shadowbox, Mod smorgasbord and blown up-recipe-card. It was incredibly easy!
kitchen tool-Vintage-Shadow Box


Shadow Box (the cleaning I really should have before I photographed it. Sheesh!)
gloss Mod smorgasbord and foam brush
Vintage kitchen utensils
Small pieces of scrap wood to use as spacers – white
painted hot gun
Spray paint

adhesive I decided to re, my mom's famous donut recipe as a background. You could easily get an old recipe card to Kinkos and blow for you. I havemy own with a great, free font called Octin Vintage (available for free download from DaFont.com), the size you will fit in the back of the shadow box and printed it out.br> I spread Mod smorgasbord on the backer board that came with the shadow box, and put the recipe card graphic below, smoothing of wrinkles (although a few wrinkles, she seemed OK to me on this project) and set them aside to dry.
gave it a quick coat of antique white spray-paint them.
I wanted to stand out the utensils, a bit from the background – hence the little pieces of waste wood. I painted them white so they would blend a little and then I have to glue a hot glue gun the piece of wood on the back of each utensil.
When the recipe card was the background dried, I trimmed the edges, and I gave it a sealing layer of Mod smorgasbord for a little extra Shine. According to the arrangement, I hot glue the utensils in place and re-assembled to play with what I wanted in the shadow box. And “BAM” a tribute to my donut ancestors love.
I left the glass from the vintage shadow box for these pictures, because all I had was a mirror, was a picture of me a picture. What do you think? To know I’d love in the comments!
to see If you’d like some of my other projects, here are two that I think you might enjoy:
Custom Shop-Dollar-coasters

you Make reclaimed wood candle holder

Decoupage Terra Cotta pots with decoupage
Make garden markers from Thrift store spoons
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