Thursday, October 8, 2009

Recycling Vintage Silverware ~

I had fun a few days ago recycling some vintage silverware.
I added some words and definitions to a few knives and
I love how they turned out ~
A vintage silver spoon on which I added a fleur-de-lis~ Fun new decorating projects that keep me busy and out of trouble. { lol } Blessings~

13 comments:

PAPER GIRL said...

Hi Sandi:

What a sweet idea -- I can not get enough of old silver -- especially love your spoons. Beautiful.

LOVE your current masthead TOO. Very lovely.

blessings,
Rosalind

debi said...

Beautiful! What a creative idea!

Holly- Girls At Heart said...

Clever idea! So I take it that these are decals?? ♥

Miss•Elena•Eous said...

I love those knives! What a good idea!

junkdreams said...

Hi Sandi,
I couldn't sleep last night I was sooo excited to see this post, and I am not DISAPPOINTED!!!! I love this idea....you have found some beautiful rub-ons to highlight your gorgeous vintage cutlery.
I found some cheap tiny silver trays at Value Village last night and am planning to use some Christmas rub-ons to turn them ornaments for the tree.
Happy day!
xojanis

Miss Gracie's House said...

But you are getting *me* in trouble!! Just what I need are *more* ideas!! THANKS for sharing!
Rene'

stefanie said...

so clever!!!!

June said...

What a great idea! But then what did I expect! I love it!
Hugs,
June

Amanda Kaake said...

That's a really cute idea!

Debra @ Common Ground said...

Well, I just adore old silver and you have really taken it up a notch. I'm really behind time with these decals. So many great things to use them on. Thanks for the wonderful inspiration!
Debra

Allidink said...

Very cute idea! I love the fleur de lis!

All the best,
Allison

Elyse said...

very fun!

xo

Cynthia K. said...

Sandi ~ Oh, I do love this idea with the old silverware. I have so much of it myself and love to display it as you do. But I had never thought of putting words on them - how clever!

I really appreciate you stopping by my place and leaving kind comments. What a blessing you are.

Cynthia K.