I hope IKEA will never stop making these versatile stainless steel bowls. The IKEA BLANDA BLANK bowls come in 4 different sizes (5″, 8″, 11″ and 14″) and are great as a mixing bowl, tossing salads and so much more. IKEA BLANDA BLANK bowl | Buy on IKEA.com How much more? Let’s take a look at some far out hacks for the humble steel bowl. #1 As a burger cover and cheese melting dome Nicolaj shows us how to make a burger dome. You’ll need the small 5″ BLANDA BLANK for this. And a door knob, like HEDRA. Drill a hole at the base of the bowl and screw in the door knob. And there you have it! A burger dome cheese melter for all your summer grilling. See how to make and use it in the video below: #2 Bird feeder bowl Get two 11″ BLANDA BLANK bowls, a wooden stick to join the two bowls together. And a thinner wooden dowel for the birds to perch on and enjoy the goodies. Add a hook to the top, hang up and watch the birdies. See the tutorial. #3 Bathroom sink bowl Get the larger bowl for this hack — either the 11″ or 14″, depending on the size of your vanity. Use an appropriately sized hole saw to cut out the bottom to fit the plumbing hardware. Seal well with silicone adhesive. Read more. #4 IKEA BLANDA BLANK Diddley Bow Surprisingly, the IKEA Blanda Blank bowl is a good base for an acoustic Diddley Bow (a single stringed instrument). Yup, you bet. See it here. See Also How to DIY Single and Double sliding barn doors affordably #5 An anemometer (wind meter) An ‘anemometer’ is a device that measures wind speed. You can buy them, but they are usually quite small. With 6 IKEA BLANDA BLANK bowls of varying sizes, you can make a big impressive one. Read more. #6 A jellyfish lamp Too cute aren’t they? Unfortunately the IKEA STRANNE lamp is discontinued, but you can replicate the idea with string lights. Read more. #7 Laser clock A laser clock, made to work with Arduino, laser, servo motors and of course, a BLANDA BLANK Bowl. See the hack. #8 Stainless steel hanging planter Get two different sizes of BLANDA BLANK bowls. Drill slots with a Dremel for the leather strips to pass through. Stitch the strips together to hold the top bowl in position. Then, repeat with the second bowl. See the hack.