Common Life Into ART
what a fab idea, Kelli. I love your videos and don't think you are talking to much. This looks like a great "craft with the neighbor ladies" project.
fantastic tutorial Kelly!!!!
Wow, Kelli, this is great. And I'd never know it is your first video tutorial. Nice job.
Yes! I have everything needed to make a spoon except the time today... Very easy to understand and follow tutorial. Thank you.
I think I need to find some spoons! These are amazing!
Love it Kelli! I especially like the birds providing the soundtrack. Very subtle yet effective.Two questions:1. How do you tell that a spoon is silver plated?2. Where do I buy "Nonfancy" felt? Is that a registered trademark?Love you!Holly H. from the D
Thank you so much for the tutorial, Kelli. Now I think I can make one. I really appreciate you doing this for us.
Love this! It's so much easier than I thought it was going to be. Now I have to head to the antique mall in town for some silver plated spoons. Thanks so much for the tutorial, have a Blessed week.
Thank you... Summer vacation starts in less than a week. What a fun project to try:)Karen
Good job on the video, Kelli! You do *not* talk too much! It was just right. I loved these when I saw them in CPS and now I'll have to give to those sterling plated spoons I see and make some. Thank you! Marilyn
now how in the world did you find out you could even drill a hole in a spoon? beautiful tutorial Kelli! Would you get workin' on that spoon cookbook!?
I finished a spoon! Lots of fun. There is a pic in my blog. Thanks again Kelli!
A silverplate spoon will have that lovely patina and might say silverplate or "s". Also things by Rogers are usually silverplate. Stainless will look pristine. That's no good now. Nonfancy felt....well, it's all probably nonfancy. I know that Ranger wants you to buy some special pads from them. That is fancy. I don't cotton to no fancy pads.
Kelli...I'm on dial-up so the videos are difficult...but the photos tell the story! Don't you think that Wooden Spoons could work as well??? Reed/Wood dyes and then words....and music???I thoroughly enjoy your work!Kerry
Now you've really done it. I just bought two lots of mixed silver plated spoons on ebay - I think I'll make a spoon poetry garland to go over my cabinets - except they'll be to far up to read. Hmmm. I'll have to think about it.LOVE your work!
That's a great idea! A garland. Yeah!
Love your tutorial and so see you talk and demo your cool spoon poetry! :-)
Really a sweet piece of art thank you for sharing I can't wait to make one Thank you
Hi!Look what I made from spoons on www.itsamakkie.blogspot.com (geweldige eitjes...uhh lepels)Greetings,Makkie