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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. WATCH: An Island-Inspired Banana Split 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?
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Spoon Hangers

Hutch Studios

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

Thistlewood Farms

Spoon Earrings

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.

Spoon Rings

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.

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. WATCH: An Island-Inspired Banana Split 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?

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