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Upcycled Silverware Crafts

January 30, 2014

When you visit Goodwill, you are sure to find a bunch of items you wouldn’t find anywhere else. Many times I have found silverware that is mismatched. Don’t pass those by! Instead, pick up a couple of spoons and try making these fun crafts with them:

Hanging Flower Basket Holders

All you need to make these is a steel drill bit to drill a hole in the spoon so that you can screw onto the wall. A pair of pliers will come in handy for bending the spoon into shape. [Via]


Light Bulb Décor

Another great idea for spoon crafts is to spruce up a boring light bulb. Here is an example of creativity at work! Use thick wire in the same color as the spoons to bind them together around a dangling bare bulb. They make for a great addition to the décor at special events.  [Via]


Tea Light Holder

This simple craft can be made the same way as the hanging basket holder, just flipped. Use a drill to screw in the handles and bend up the bowl for a perfect place to rest your tea light candles. [Via]


Coat Hooks

Last but not least is a fun and useful spoon craft. Flattening out the spoons is not necessary; it works well either way. Just screw the bowls into a sturdy and decorative piece of wood and bend up the handles to create one-of-a-kind coat hooks or towel hooks. [Via]


As you can see, there are many great crafts you can make with silverware from Goodwill. Try one of these fun and simple crafts or see what great ideas you can come up with on your own.

Nancy Parker is a regular contributor to enannysource and she loves to write about wide range of subjects like health, parenting, child care, babysitting and nanny background check tips. You can reach her at nancy.parker015 @

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