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Kim graciously shared these pictures that she painted on a
grater and I wrote the little poem below. She got the idea
from August 2001 Crafts Magazine. If you missed this
magazine you may be able to check it out from the library.
Kim said it was easy to paint. Spray the grater white and
then sponge the handle and top part red. Draw the face
with a Sharpie black marker pen and fill in the flesh face, red
nose, cheeks and eyes. And even the berries don't look too
You can put a votive candle under the grater and I can
imagine how pretty it must look. But be careful as someone
said that the grater gets very hot!
If you don't wish to attempt this e-mail Kim at firstname.lastname@example.org
and she'll send you one for only $10.50 plus $3.50 priority
shipping. Thanks Kim. Great job!
2001 by Shirley Thomas
is special but this one brings
a message that is much grater.
May the light burning bright inside
remind you of our grate creator!
For He made all things grate,
both big and small,
and He loves us grately,
one and all!
Clip Art Credit: http://www.clipsahoy.com