Silver Spoon Christmas Ornament

Create sparkling ornaments with vintage silverware and a bit of bling.

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Materials:

vintage spoon
metal primer spray paint
silver spray paint
hand-held drill
drill bit created specifically for metal
craft glue
faux gems
ribbon

Steps:

1. Spray spoon first with primer, covering the entire surface front and back. The primer will allow the spray paint to properly adhere. Once primer is dry, spray-paint spoon, front and back, with silver spray paint. Allow paint to thoroughly dry.

2. Using a drill bit created specifically for metal, drill hole into end of handle.

3. Embellish bowl of spoon with faux gems attached with craft glue. Insert ribbon through hole in handle and tie to create a loop for hanging ornament on Christmas tree.

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