Get Your Spoon On --10 Plastic Spoon Projects!jentatertots
Plastic spoons: they’re not just for eating fast food! Make durable, attractive, and surprising home accents, lights and more with plastic spoons! I’ve even included a couple of projects to keep the kids busy this summer! So go grab a pack from the grocery store and get creating!!
Check them all out — after the break.
Chrysanthemum Spoon Mirror 1 of 10This beautiful blue mirror -- shaped like a chrysanthemum -- is amazingly made from plastic spoons ... you'll see just the spoon, not the handle. Try this in a blue hue or customize it for your decor!
Learn more at Addicted to Decorating
Plastic Spoon Mirror 2 of 10This cute pink mirror shows the entire spoon -- and its bright color and unexpected geometry add a nice pop!
Learn more at Country Living via The Decorologist
Plastic Spoon Flower Pendant 3 of 10Speaking of unexpected, you would not expect this amazing pendant to be made from plastic spoons. Find out how the magic happens... and how you can do it, too!
Learn more at Duitang
Plastic Spoon Chandelier 4 of 10This stunning and beautiful plastic spoon chandelier is certainly unexpected ... and will certainly be a conversation piece. Learn how to make yours!
Learn more at DIY Crafty Projects
Laurel Wreath with Plastic Spoons 5 of 10This wreath echoes a laurel shape ... but will hold up to the elements. Learn how to make it!
Learn more at Nesting Place
Spoon Maracas 6 of 10Got bored kids? Can you send them far enough away that you can't hear them for a while? Then give them this maraca project to make music for a while.
Learn more at Made
Plastic Spoon Pendant Lights 7 of 10Oh! I love this pendant light idea from clear plastic spoons. The light is interesting and unique from these handmade creations!
Learn more at Curbly
Plastic Spoon Flower on Hummingbird Feeder 8 of 10This is a great way to beautify an off-the-shelf hummingbird feeder and make that feeder look more appealing to its target audience as well!
Learn more at Shabby Beach Nest
Plastic Spoon Marshmallow Catapult 9 of 10Speaking of keeping the kids occupied, this is a great way to spend a rainy day ... just make sure to find all the marshmallows after!
Learn more at Little Wonders' Days
Framed Plastic Spoons 10 of 10This is a fun art idea, full of contrast and whimsy. Try this project or give it your own spin (maybe a different color?).
Learn more at Spunky Junky
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