Handstamped Personalized Spoon Ornaments featuring Beckie from Infarrantly Creative {Handmade Ornament No.13}

Handstamped Personalized Spoon Ornaments featuring Beckie from Infarrantly Creative {Handmade Ornament No.13}

Thanks for stopping by and joining us for the
Handmade Ornament Series
This week we are sharing last minute ornament ideas for the season


I am thrilled to welcome our next guest,
Beckie from Infarrantly Creative

{Handmade Christmas Ornament No. 13}

Cheap Dollar Tree spoons are the perfect beginning project to try out metal stamping. You can stamp any message into the spoon or take it a step further with a silhouette spoon ornament with a hand stamped name.

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Dollar Tree Teaspoons (2 for $1)

Heavy Hammer

Anvil

Alphabet Metal Stamp Set (I got mine from Beaducation)

Black Sharpie

Vinyl with Silhouette Cameo (optional)

Metal polish with soft cloth

1. Dollar Tree has a couple of different patterns of teaspoons. Grab whichever one you like.

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2. Using a heavy hammer press your stamp firmly into the spoon and hit the stamp hard (no more than twice) onto your anvil.

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3. Once your message is stamped in draw over the writing with a black Sharpie marker. With a soft cloth and metal polish buff the spoons shiny. The black Sharpie will stay in the stamp and give it more definition.

4. Using brut force (it isn’t hard, I promise) bend your spoon at the neck. Tie a ribbon around the neck and hang it on your tree.

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5. Optional – using your Silhouette Cameo machine cut out a silhouette of your child with vinyl and then stick it onto your spoon. It is a great way to freeze a moment in time.

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Super cute, super cheap and super easy! My kind of ornament! I’d like to invite you to visit all of my sites…


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Thanks so much Beckie for sharing these adorable ornaments and contributing to this years series.

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Enjoy.

Comments

  1. Seriously?? Brilliant! LOVE these! I know what I want my kiddos to give me for Christmas! Wow!

  2. I love these..Thank you for showing us how to make them..

  3. Lovely, really unique

  4. thank you soo much im gonna try giving this ago 😀 xx

  5. super cute! I’ll try this one!

        

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