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Kaleidoscope Wooden Scoop & Clip

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1004180637
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New

Kaleidoscope Wooden Scoop & Clip

byDesign Serving
SKU:
1004180637

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Trendy kitchen accessories that can be used for multiple purposes? What's not to love? Our Kaleidoscope Wooden Scoop & Clip measures a heaping tablespoon of coffee, candy, nuts and other snacks and serves as a kitchen clip when not scooping. You never have to touch the utensil drawer! You can simply unclip and scoop when making coffee or serving snacks. The bamboo material suits any kitchen decorating style, and the laser engraved design, present on both sides of the scoop, adds a beautiful and more personal touch. Scoop clips are great gifts for anyone, but they make particularly perfect gifts for cooks, hostesses, coffee lovers and minimalists. They can be given on holidays, birthdays, as a hostess gift, as a housewarming gift or just because. Don't forget that you can give this fun and useful item to yourself, too. Simplify kitchen duties and share a little joy with someone you love.
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Created by Lori Siebert
The Details
  • Size: 1.75"w x 6.25"long
  • Materials: bamboo
  • Care Instructions: Handwash Only
  • Copyright: © 2020 Lori Siebert for DEMDACO
  • UPC: 638713543684
The Artist
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Lori Siebert

For artist Lori Siebert, creative inspiration is as close as her family. This focus on meaningful relationships is a common thread apparent throughout her collections. At the age of seven, Lori began taking art lessons and won a ribbon for her painti

ng at a local fair. From that day forward, art became an essential part of her life. Taking classes to expand her talent led to a degree in graphic design and opening her design firm, Olika Studio. Now, she splits her time between her home studio and

mentoring a growing number of talented designers at Olika Studio. With a mix of media from acrylics and watercolors to torn paper and clay, Lori’s eclectic work spans sculpture, painting and illustration. Her designs feature unique materials and i

nspiring hand-lettered texts, and her influences include vintage quilts, her children's drawings and quirky folk asked to define her style, Lori says, “I like to be a bit of a chameleon. Experimentation with different styles and mediums feeds my i

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