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DIY Pumpkin Cheese Grater

I love making over thrift store finds, it is so much fun to take something and give it a whole new life. I found this cheese grater for $1 and decided to give it a makeover! I have a snow lady I made and today I am making a pumpkin. So let’s make this DIY Pumpkin Cheese Grater!

Supplies:

Thrifted Cheese Grater

Acrylic Paint- White, Black, Orange, Yellow

Sharpie Marker

Ribbon & Twine (your choice)

Rusty Bell

Start by painting the bottom of the grater yellow, the middle orange and the top white. It will look like a candy corn.

Second, I used the sharpie to draw a pumpkin face, then used the black acrylic paint to fill in the marker outline.

Then I took the white paint and outlined parts of his mouth and eyes and then added two white dots for his pupils. Finally I tied some twine and ribbon on the handle, and a added a rusty bell. DONE!

I love how this turned out, he is SO CUTE!! You could add some lights inside to illuminate it! It is a fun Halloween decoration for the kitchen! You could opt to not put on the face and leave it as a candy corn!

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4 Comments

  1. Carol Zschunke says:

    You need to make a book of your crafts!!!

  2. Love your cheese grater pumpkin. Found a slightly rested one on a thrift store and I have all the other supplies even a rusted bell. We crafters never throw anything away and I love to repurpose stuff! Thank you for the ideas!

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