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Beaded Serving Spoons

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These beaded serving spoons are a classy, beautiful, homemade gift.

This craft takes some time and patience, but one spoon can be done in about 30 minutes to one hour, depending on your skill level.

This is a great craft gift idea for Mother's Day, or for a hostess gift! Anyone who entertains will enjoy these serving spoons as a gift. Just make sure they are hand washed and not put in the dishwasher.

This is also a perfect craft to use some mismatched, left over beads you may have from a beading project.



Materials Needed:   

  • Stainless steel serving utensil
  • 20-gauge silver craft wire
  • various beads of choice. Using the same color family looks nice.
  • Wire cutters
  • Jewelry pliers

Instructions:

1. These beaded serving spoons are so fun to make! To get started, cut off a yard of the 20-gauge wire. You may need more, but using any longer of a length gets hard to work with. Begin by wrapping it around the handle, by the hanging loop if the spoon has one. Secure the wire around itself by twisting it a few times.


beaded serving spoons
beaded serving spoons

2. Next, start to thread on a few beads. Start with a few small seed beads (below I started with two). Only add enough to cover the front of the spoon, you do not want to have any beads on the back of the spoon. Wrap the wire once around and bring it through the hanging loop again, and continue adding beads. Add some large, some small. Use your judgment, because you will want to note gaps and fill them in with smaller beads.


beaded serving spoons
beaded serving spoons

3. Continue working and twisting the beaded wire around the top of the handle, and then along the other side of the hanging loop.


beaded serving spoons

4. When you get past the hanging loop, you can begin to add on more beads to wrap around the wider handle area. Continue working your way down. If you run out of wire, add on another length. Just be sure to secure the end of the wire well by twisting it around an existing wire.


beaded serving spoons

5. Stop beading about 1/4 inch up from the spoon.


beaded serving spoons


6. Secure the end of the wire in the back of the spoon by threading it and twisting it around an existing wire, as shown.


beaded serving spoons

7. The beaded serving spoon is finished! Ready to give away as a gift or to keep for yourself. Enjoy!


beaded serving spoons




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