How Grate Owl Art

April 29th, 2013 in member junk     
15 users recommend

Hootie the Owl is created from a vintage grater, peeler, tea infuser, bottle opener and finished with an aluminum vintage spade cookie cutter. He asked not to be painted as he is sensitive to enamel. So, I left him in his original form. Rust gives character anyway. Picked up all these odds and ends at a local flea market. I won't mind if he doesn't sell as I have grown very fond of this wise guy.
Pattern or design used: My own design - Vintage Retro Metal 1950s 60s Rustic Owl Wind Chimes Repurposed Upcycled
posted in: member junk, vintage, metal, funky, garden, outdoor spaces, porch, sunroom, silver-metallic, tin-metallic, aluminium-metallic, 50s, wind chimes

Comments (5)

TinTinJunkFan writes: Very clever and cute! Posted: 7:05 am on May 4th
RevivalMercantile writes: Thanks everyone! Hootie was sold yesterday. The buyer told me he will be a surprise graduation gift. Perhaps he will share his wisdom with the new grad :)
Posted: 9:02 pm on April 30th
SeaGlassLady writes: Not sure whether I love your creation or its title more! Both are very clever and very creative! Posted: 7:39 am on April 30th
gadgetsponge writes: Very, very clever. The parts you used worked perfectly for the owl body and characteristics. All the rest is just bonus! Posted: 2:37 pm on April 27th
georgiamoon writes: This is SUPER cool. I love this little owl! Posted: 6:40 pm on April 26th
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