Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Simple and Pretty Spoon Egg Holder (from "Just Something I Made" blog)

Spoons....so smooth, make the sugar slide right down...always on the lookout for altered spoon inspirations...

Oh my goodness!  I just found a wonderful Easter craft!  Or can you see cute little chocolate eggs on these for your Easter center piece? It could be used any time of the year, too, to hold deviled eggs, etc.  Once I start collecting things for a particular project it seems I never stop collecting! Such is the case with my vintage spoons.  The older and more worn the better.  So I'm always on the lookout for altered spoon projects.  I will be making this project soon.

Today I found what may be the PERFECT altered spoon project.  (Okay, second to my altered spoon refrigerator magnet!).  Cathe, of "Just Something I Made" posted this on February 5, and it only took me ten days to find it!  Check it out on her blog here:  "Simple and Pretty Spoon Egg Holder"

(photo coutesy of Just Something I Made)

(photo courtesy of Just Something I Made)

Now, rush over to Cathe's website and read more about this WONDERFUL craft!  And, while you are there check out everything else she's made.  You will be inspired.

Hugs, Heidi


Glenda said...

Heidi, thanks so much for stopping by my blog this morning. Your site is calling my name, I must go and look around at your older post.
~G~have a great day

Lorrie said...

What a fun project to do with spoons.
I'm having fun looking around your site.
Thanks for visiting my blog today.

kristen said...

love this ! thank you so much for your nice comments and for visiting me too!

Amy said...

I just LOVE Cathe's website. She and I live in the same town. I keep having fantasies that I will finally meet her and she will invite me over to craft with her!

Crafting by Candlelight

Angela said...

I just bought a neat altered spoon at an antique store in AZ and hope to blog a picture of it soon. Have a great day!!

~Sheri~ said...

adorable.....i love the lil nest....i m going to make one for a display on my porch w a teacup!