Friday, 23 July 2010

Wooden Spoon Table Decorations

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Following on from yesterday this has to be ‘Fiddle Farting’ at its finest!  I made six of these table decorations  using wooden spoons (4 for £1 from Poundland) and old sweet corn tins – as I said yesterday, I love to have a theme!
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I have used my Cropadile to put holes around the top of the tin to thread the ribbons through.
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The spoons are held in place with huge blobs of glue gun glue, I had to sit  holding the spoons in place until the glue had set hard. The flowers and  leaves  are made using Quickutz Silhouette digital downloads, layered and with a flat back gem centre.
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The butterflies were made using my Martha Stewart Monarch Butterfly punch.  I glued two together with a piece of fine pink wire between them.  The other end of the wire was glued behind the flowers. Because they were quite light the butterflies “fluttered” a bit if there was any movement around them .

Table Decorations with a Cookery Theme

Kitchen Utensil Sprinkles
These have got to be the biggest table sprinkles ever, but they are such fun, I've put a paperclip in the picture so that you can guage their size.  I cut them out using a kitchen digital download set  from Quickutz Silhouette – I just love them.