Kraut Cutter Server

October 26th, 2013 in blog, projects     
suewhitney Sue Whitney, editor
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Dried hydrangea, gourds and pumpkins ar ideal for this time of year.
The main piece of the grouping is the ginormous kraut cutter. Must have been a big family who owned this baby!! The cool beand piece on the wall is a gate from a hog crate. I wanted to keep everything clean and simple!
The cutter is offset so you can have room for your settings. Beverage glasses, crisp vintage napkins, a small silver tray, and som beautiful Majolica dishes did the trick for me.
Who says you cant embellish your wine bottles??? A little vimtage bling on ribbon...so cute! These pieces are done by a friend of mine whos company is called Crow and Co.. Love them!!
Some roses crafted from stakes, burlap, and duck cloth. My vase does not hold water so I had to go with a variety of items that dont require it!
A rolled up conveyor belt with twine and a oulley is my vase. I love the industrial feel against the more primitive style of the kraut cutter.
If you look closely at the arrangement you can see that I have thrown in a few well used drill bits for good measure!
Dried hydrangea, gourds and pumpkins ar ideal for this time of year.

Dried hydrangea, gourds and pumpkins ar ideal for this time of year.

Photo: JUNKMARKET Style

Entertaining time is upon us. I can tell by the white stuff on the ground and the frost on my windsheild. You can't pull the wool over this girt's eyes. This little serving ensemble can take you from Halloween right through New Year's Eve with a littl presto chango of the accessory pieces. Time is key during this festive time of year so this is a little idea that will save you some! By the way the size of this baby comes some weight so choose your positiong of the kraut cutter carefully and watch for falling blades when transporting. Just saying....


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Comments (4)

georgiamoon writes: Super cool project Miss Sue! I love everything about it!
Georgia Posted: 7:50 am on October 28th
CottageElements writes: Gorgeous!!!! Love the wall color behind the vignette, too :-)

Lani Posted: 9:56 am on October 27th
suewhitney writes: That would be great, Laurel. We can have dueling kraut cutters!

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 9:37 am on October 26th
chippingcharm writes: FUN...love it Sue!! Can you believe I just made something out of a kraut cutter too? Are we "Minnesota Girls" or what?? I better do a post on mine too :) Posted: 9:10 am on October 26th
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