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Posted by jlily Z6 (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 10, 12 at 12:07

They are old spoons made into hooks. I saw the idea on Pinterest. You could attach the spoon (hook) to a post to hang decorations on it. You shape the spoon as desired bigger or smaller hook and drill the hole into the bowl and attach with a screw--I made mine for in my shed.Enjoy-Jlily



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  • Posted by cnm1 6 Oh (My Page) on
    Tue, Jul 10, 12 at 17:12

What a weird coincidence!! I was planning on making these in the next few days!! Love them

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Those are great! Don't you love pinterest!

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I actually 'bought' a spoon hook to use on the back door for my seasonal wreath/plaque/whatever. (oh the $hame, but hey-I needed it *right that minute* & I figured it would be a good reminder for a gj project). Yeah...did I mention that was a few years ago?

It was eventually replaced with a vintage mailbox w/hooks for a paper which could serve its original purpose AND do double duty. It's had many functions since, currently a towel hook. But in the meantime, I did collect a stash of lovely old spoons for hooks... off to dig them out now. THANKS for the kick-in-the-butt! Just what I needed, lol.


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Thank you yes, I do love Pinterest. I enjoyed making them. Now enjoying trying to find things to hang on them. I didn't mean to kick anyone's ----. But glad to remind you of a cute and useful project. Enjoy! Jlily

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Great project! Those will be cool on your shed! Love it! Jeanne S.

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