There are so many ways to use give this old waffle iron a new lease on life.
I opened my waffle iron up so I would have a shelf to decorate on and a wall to hang things on.
I had so much fun auditioning items for the shelf .
I really liked the cow print that I hung on my waffle maker wall so I left it alone.
I can't wait to decorate my waffle irons for Christmas!
I shopped the dusty storage shelves in the studio and came up with 2 vintage toasters.
This toaster had a slot that was perfect to use as an easel for a small saucer.
A small hay bale made the bread holder level so I could set things on it. A stack of saucers did same thing, but I liked the hay bales the best.
I have to admit that I spent most of the afternoon playing with my waffle irons and toaster. I'm easily amused.....lol!
Who knows, I may play with them again tomorro!
A couple of days ago, I repurposed some meat grinders........
I shared them earlier in a tablescape.
I hope my post will give you some inspiration to bring some of your vintage things out of retirement .
Don't forget to share photo's if you do!