Create a Kitchen Christmas Tree With Silverware Sparkle! Dazzling!

5 Materials
$20
30 Minutes
Easy

Vintage Silverware has a New Spot to Shine - on a Kitchen Christmas Tree!


Showcase special Silver on a tiny Silver Tree with Dollar Tree ornaments for pops of color.

Mix Up the Silver Patterns.


Step 1: Give the Silver a soapy wash.

Remove any tarnish on the silver.

Spread the Silver on paper towels to dry.

Select the Silver that you want to feature on the Tree.

Step 2: Gather Pipe Cleaners, scissor, and Dollar Tree ornaments.

Silver 12" long pipe cleaners work best and blend in with the Silver and the Silver Tree.


12" Long Silver Pipe Cleaners...on Amazon Here.

Add Dollar Tree Ornaments for pops of color to the Tree.

Dollar Tree has a fun selection of ornaments to add to the Silver for pops of color.

Step 3: Thread the pipe cleaner into the hole at the top of the ornament.

Remove the thin gold thread hanger on the ornament - replace with the silver pipe cleaner.

Pull the pipe cleaner through the hole so the ornament hangs in the middle.
Securely wrap the pipe cleaner around the center of the fork.

The tines of the Fork are up. The Fork handle hangs down.

Step 4: Tie the pipe cleaner around the fork and Create a loop for hanging.

Securely wrap the pipe cleaner around the middle of the Fork. Have the ornament hang in front of the Fork. Create a hanging loop with the excess pipe cleaner in the back of the Fork. The loop is to hang the Fork on the Tree.

Hang the Forks and Enjoy the Sparkle!

Light the Lights and Enjoy the Sparkle.

Love the pops of color and sparkle.


Love the beautiful Silver patterns.


Sparkle and Shine on a Kitchen Christmas Tree.

Find a Kitchen-Counter sized Tree on Amazon... Here.

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