When I visit second hand stores, flea markets or vintage stores, I often see old silverware for sale. I have always liked the handles, because they tend to be rather ornate. Over the years I have spotted very crafty people shaping and upcycling these old and forgotten utilitarian tools into rather interesting objects. Today I like to share how you can upcycle old silverware for a variety of purposes.
Some Vintage Silverware Project Ideas
Making Plant Markers with old Silverware
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Cutting Silverware with a Dremel
If you ever wanted to cut up silverware to create jewelry or ornaments, I'll show you how. In this video, I am using a Dremel and high speed cutter to remove the handle from a spoon.
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