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Wanna Spoon Sign Silverware Craft

DIY wooden signs with sayings don't get cuter than this.

Wanna Spoon Sign Silverware Craft
Wanna Spoon Sign Silverware Craft
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If you're looking for that cute new accent for the bedroom, living room, or really any cozy room in your house, consider the Wanna Spoon Sign Silverware Craft. This is one of those uses for old silverware that is so clever and precious. Grab a spoon that you've somehow held onto from an old silverware set and use it as the central motif for this cute sign. Chalkboard paint and chalk ink markers complete this easy craft. This is an adorable neutral decoration to add to an appropriate wall in your home.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

MaterialsPaint, Recycled Materials, Wood

Primary TechniqueRepurposing

Easy

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Old spoon
  • Wood base from Walnut Hollow
  • White paint pen
  • Pencil
  • Hot glue
  • Foam brush
  • Black chalkboard paint

Instructions

  1. Paint the base and allow it to dry completely.

  2. Mark where your spoon will be glued on with pencil.

  3. Add your sentiment – “Wanna” in pencil then in go over it with your paint pen.  Add some dots or a heart for more decoration.

  4. Hot glue the spoon after the word...

  5. Give as a cute and sweet gift!

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Aww!. This is just so cute. Something so simple yet it says a lot. Any recipient would be happy to have this.

Took me a while but I got it. This is too funny. I can be thick at times and a lot of times, humor can be over my head. I cannot stop laughing now that I understand it. Thanks for the fun, free project.

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