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I love Spoon Necklaces! This tutorial will show you how to make your own personalized spoon necklace.
What You Will Need: -Spoons (Get them from a thrift store. Get at least three in case you mess up the lettering) -Hammer or Heavy Mallet -Sand Paper ...
LETS BEGIN First you will need to hammer the head of the spoon flat. Find a very hard surface, like concrete. Lay your hand towel down. -If you ...
Pick a word for your spoon. I choose the word: CRAFT In a row, place a dot for each letter. These dots will help when you are stamping ...
Once your dots are on you are ready to stamp on the letters. I would HIGHLY recommend stamping your letters on a concrete surface with your towel underneath. ...
After all your letters are stamped, color the letters in with a sharpie. This will give the letters some dimension. Then,, rub the maker off with the steal ...
Now you will need to break off the handle. Make sure you leave enough room to make a loop for your necklace like the photo below. Bend the ...
If you want to decorate your spoon necklace, lace beads onto a headpin and attach it to the necklace cord. If you are using a circular headpin: use your ...
You can get really creative with this project! You could put the spoon on a braided necklace, scrap fabric, or add more beads. Thank You for checking out ...
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