Who loves a round up. I do. So much inspiration on one topic all in one place.
The Creative Challenge is to recycle/repurpose cutlery.
It has definitely been a challenge for me. I looked around for something, anything I could use for this challenge but came up empty handed.
So what's a girl to do?
Feature some wonderful projects from a few awesome creative bloggers!
So here it is. The round up. Inspiration to create something of your own. Enjoy.
Check out Halsey's "trash to treasure" project. Didn't she do a wonderful job. I'd love to hang them in my kitchen wouldn't you.Pam from House of Hawthornes.com created this art work. I actually cropped the picture way down. You'll have to click on the image to go to her blog to see the whole piece.
I love it. My kitchen walls are going to be full.
Robin from All Things Heart and Home put this wonderful art piece together.
What do you think? Would this fit nicely in your home?
Amanda from Musings to Manifestations made bookmarks from cutlery handles. She embellished them with silver chain and wire-wrapped beads. We both think the result is quite pretty and fun.
Martha's blog is called Ornamento.
She made this gorgeous bracelet from her Grandmother's silverware.
You have to read her post. So sentimental and heart warming.
Candace put together these vintage silverware magnets to hold her notes.
Click on the image to go to her blog to get the tutorial and read some of her vintage adventures.
Peggy has a Hub Page she calls scarlettohairy.
She shares this key chain made from a cutlery handle. She actually has a few projects made from recycled silverware. So check it out by clicking on the image.
I love these napkin rings. So beautiful.
You really need to read the tutorial for these magnificent napkin rings. The instructions are detailed and loaded with plenty of images.
Need hooks to hang your plants? Don't worry. You can whip these up.
They are adorable and practical.
Using silverware to make wind chimes is such a great idea. You can get all kinds of inspiration on the net.
This base for this wind chime is a silver plated tea pot. They used glass beads to embellish.
Well we've come to end of this round up. Did you find something inspiring here? I want to make a wind chime. You just might see my version of a cutlery wind chime in a future post.
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