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Arts and Crafts

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Crafting With Spoons

As much as forks are used to create art, so are spoons. The latter are probably more suitable for all kinds of crafts and arts, because of their already smooth shape and form. Here are some great examples of what you can apply them for.

This sculpture is an extremely large idea, but you can scale it down of course. The gorilla was created after being commissioned by Uri Geller (yes, the spoon-bender).

Five months and 40,000 spoons later, the artist completed this 12ft-high, very impressive statue.

Since this might be a little out of our league, we may want to begin with something smaller, like a snake for example. You do need soldering or welding equipment of course to hold it all in place.

Not everyone has that in their possession, but that doesn't mean you have to throw this craft by the wayside.

You can resort to plastic spoons and craft glue or a glue gun. Whether you cut the handle of the spoons or leave them on is entirely up to you and the project you are about to undertake.

You can for instance start with a water lily. This only requires 5 spoons, some glue, and for the heart you can use yellow yarn, beads, or felt. An even simpler idea is a tulip; you only need 3 spoons for that.

I may stick to a bowl of cereal. I don't need more then one for that! Grin.

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