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« on: December 15, 2009 09:56:38 AM »

Here's two more silverware pieces I did recently.

First, I flattened a spoon end and hand stamped the word "HOPE" on it:

Here's a view of the whole thing:

I also made a pendant using the handle of a spoon. It's very art deco style:

View with the snake chain:

I plan on making more of the serving spoon bracelets after Christmas. I have to finish up my present making first! Wink

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« Reply #1 on: December 15, 2009 11:42:37 AM »

I really love the idea of using spoons as necklace charms.  They look amazing!  Are they easy/hard to do?

Want to learn to crochet or knit?  I have a ton of extra crochet hooks & circular knitting needles.  Will throw in some pattern books and yarn for anyone interested in a swap.
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« Reply #2 on: January 20, 2010 01:03:45 PM »

It depends on the sliverware. Ones made out of actual silver are easier b/c they bend and cut easier. Stainless steel is a bit harder. I cut them with a tool called aviation snips (sometimes called tin snips). Sometimes it takes several tries to cut all the way through. Once you get them cut, flattening them out just takes a rubber mallet and a hard surface (concrete works best). I wrap a washcloth around the spoon head so it doesn't get chipped or craked and pound away!
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