8 New Ways to Use Old Metal Spoons
Whether you decided to upgrade your silverware or you received a new set as a gift, you are faced with a couple options for your old spoons: you could sell them, donate them, hoard them, give them to your college-bound friends and family OR you could get crafty.
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Spoons are a little easier to manipulate than forks (spiky prongs!) and a little more interesting and safer to play with than butter knives.
Sure, these aren't the easiest DIYs, but if you're feeling bold and creative, then why not?
Spoon Hook Rack
The Wood Grain Cottage: This would be great for hanging coats, pictures, etc.
Spoon Curtain Tie Backs
My So Called Crafty Life: Super simple, elegant thing to do with a vintage spoon.
Spoon Garden Markers
Practically Functional: You could also just paint the vegetable name on the spoon if you're feeling lazy or don't want to spend the extra money.
Spoon Cuff Bracelet
A Smith of All Trades
Stamped Spoon Handles
Thistlewood Farms: This is my favorite spoon DIY — serious bonus for printing what was in the cupboard on the spoons.
Kirsten Erickson: UGH I want one for every finger.
I saw a decent amount of spoon light fixtures and chimes on Pinterest as well — but most of them were to buy versus DIY. Do you know any good tutorials that you've either seen or tried out? Let us know in the comments.