Recipe holder

August 10th, 2009 in member junk     
Grasshopper22 Grasshopper22, member
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I received a silverware set from my MIL and it was missing a lot of cutlery so I decided to make recipe holders out of the few forks that were left. I bent the bottom of the fork and screwed it on to a wooden painted base. It can also be used to hold pictures or buisness cards etc...


Pattern or design used: My own design
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Comments (8)

grabe writes: thanks for an idea, too cute!!! Posted: 8:55 pm on May 11th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: How cute! It's so easy to find inexpensive flatware pieces at garage sales and flea markets too. What a great project!
Candy Posted: 9:51 am on August 11th
karilelek writes: Best way to use silverware in my opinion, way better than sitting in a box waiting to be used several times a year. Posted: 9:29 am on August 11th
fellowjunker writes: I've done these with the fork turned the other way, but I really like how you used a base for this. Well done.
xojanis Posted: 11:36 pm on August 10th
alicemom writes: Great idea and simple to make. That's the beauty of a fun junk project. I thought the base was a hockey puck!
Smiles, alice Posted: 11:26 pm on August 10th
smiller0529 writes: I was thinking the same thing Christina! At Thanksgiving/Christmas dinners you could also put old photographs of family members to show them where to sit! Posted: 5:41 pm on August 10th
chippingcharm writes: I was thinking the same as Christina S...also fun for "announcing" the entrees on a buffet table. Thanks for posting this cute idea, Laurel Posted: 3:17 pm on August 10th
Christina_S writes: Very cute, I think this would be great for a dinner party to hold place cards. Posted: 2:50 pm on August 10th
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