How to Make Cutlery Flowers Using Spoons

3 Materials
$6
2 Hours
Medium

Have you ever found something that you put away years ago and had forgotten you even had? Well that's what happened with the spoons that I used to make these cutlery flowers. I made some flower plates last summer and I thought it would be fun to make smaller versions for small gardens and planters. Can you guess what I used for the centers of the flowers? Pop on over to my blog to see the complete tutorial to find out.

My cutlery flowers planted in the garden
My cutlery flowers planted in the garden
I used small thrifted spoons
I used small thrifted spoons
I bent the spoons and glued them onto a washer, and then glued in my centers.
I bent the spoons and glued them onto a washer, and then glued in my centers.
Here are two of the flowers with their stems attached.
Here are two of the flowers with their stems attached.

Suggested materials:

  • Misc small spoons  (thrift store)
  • Marine Goop Adhesive  (home improvement store)
  • Candle snuffers  (thrift store)
Tuula @ Color Me Thrifty

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