Jan
11
DIY Wednesday: Wooden Spoon Flags
Posted by Kate. Filed under DIY Wednesday, Do It Yourself

By: Jordan Ferney

Wooden utensils are a pretty detail when you need disposable flatware. They have a look that is a little more substantial than plastic. In this easy project we added a fun detail by drilling a small hole at the end of the utensil and adding a ribbon flag. This would be perfect for a shower or even for a casual wedding or dessert bar. It is a very easy project, we did the whole thing in about 25 minutes.

Materials Needed: Power Drill, Wooden Flatware, Ribbon

Holding a stack of wooden flatware tightly together, drill a hole at the end.
Tie short ribbons on the ends to make them a little more festive.

Voilá!

Happy DIY Wednesday

Photos & Project Styling by Jordan Ferney

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    What a cute idea! I love these for a dessert table, especially for a kid’s birthday party.

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    So lovely!! :)

  • Dawn

    I love this idea………perfect for an informal wedding and
    so cute too!
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    Very clever, a nice way to class up an inexpensive and normally overlooked wedding detail.

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    I love crafts that require little work for a big payout. Thanks for sharing!

  • Lisa

    So lovely! Do you have a source for the wooden spoons?

  • Lisa

    So pretty! Do you have a source for the wooden spoons?

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    This is adorable!! Is there a source for the spoons?? I would love to do this for my little girl’s birthday party coming up!

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