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Fourth of July Cooking Utensils

Your cookout won't be complete without these patriotic crafts.

Fourth of July Cooking Utensils
Fourth of July Cooking Utensils
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Get ready for your Fourth of July barbecue with these amazing summer craft ideas. These Fourth of July Cooking Utensils are incredibly easy to make and will remind your guests why they are celebrating as they scoop heaps of your delicious potato salad and baked beans onto their plates with the red, white, and blue utensils.

Having serving utensils that match the rest of your fun patriotic decor will really tie the look of your party together. These summer holiday crafts are so simple that even your kids can make them. The DIY cooking utensils will work great as Memorial Day projects, too!

Estimated Cost$21-$30

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

MaterialsPaint, Wood

Primary TechniquePainting



Holiday4th of July

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • FolkArt ® Home Decor™ Chalk - Sheepskin, 8 oz. (#34151)
  • FolkArt ® Home Decor™ Chalk - Imperial, 8 oz. (#34153)
  • FolkArt ® Home Decor™ Chalk - Nautical, 8 oz. (#34161)
  • Wooden Utensils
  • 1/4” Stencil Tape
  • Stencil Brush
  • Sandpaper


  1. Tape off three sections on each of the utensils spaced differently on each.

  2. Paint each in the order of red, white, and blue, starting from the top on some and on the bottom of others. Allow to dry.

  3. Remove the tape and sand the edges.

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