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Easy tutorial on how to make your own gorgeous hand-carved wooden spoon.
WHAT YOU'LL NEED: A piece of wood. Walnut is used for this tutorial, but any hard wood will do since they carve very nicely and can withstand pressure ...
With your pencil, draw a spoon shape on your piece of wood then cut the shape out with a band saw. (If you don’t have access to a ...
With the spoon gouge, begin to carve away in the center of the spoon. I suggest not carving too deep right away — a spoon doesn’t need to ...
Once you have the inside roughly carved out, use a pencil to draw the shape you want on the side of the spoon to the outer edge and ...
Now you can begin to carve the handle to make your desired shape. Work from the spoon bowl side to the end of the handle. Take away little ...
Continue to work more on creating a smooth inner bowl with your spoon gouges. Again, try to carve small amounts at a time. The fewer deep ridges in ...
Now you can begin smoothing the edges and bowl with your sandpaper. You’ll want to use the roughest paper first, then move to the smoother grit papers.
Add some food-safe oil to a small rag and begin to oil your spoon. There are many different oils that can be used. You may choose to steer ...
Take a moment and sit back to admire your lovely, hand-crafted work. Then, start on another one! Once you're done, share photos on our Facebook and Pinterest, ...
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