FaveCrafts.com

Menu

Free Offer
25 Easy to Make Homemade Jewelry Crafts

Quick Crafty and Simple, Perfect for Yourself or Gifts- Find 25 amazing pieces of jewelry to keep for yourself or give as a lovely gesture.

Bonus: Get our newsletter & special offers for free. We will not share or sell your email address. View our Privacy Policy

Vintage Spoon Pendants

By:

22 Comments

Turn old thrift store spoons into these adorable Vintage Spoon Pendants.  These cute DIY pendants are great to give as gifts and are a fun way to play around with all your favorite beads, baubles, odds, and ends.  The great thing about vintage jewelry patterns like this is that no one is like the other, so you can create original pieces for all your friends and family members.  This pendant is truly one of a kind, and is a great way to reuse grandma's old jewelry or an old spoon that you stumble upon in your junk drawer.

Vintage Spoon Pendants

Materials:

  • Assorted spoons
  • Various beads, buttons, and baubles
  • Adhesive
  • Chain or black cord

 


Love vintage-inspired patterns?  Check out these other awesome projects!

Thrift STore Pedestals   Flea Market Vase   Fairy Twinkle Wreath   Yo Yo Pumpkins   Coffee Colored Vintage Clothespins


 

Instructions:

  1. I started with assorted spoons:

    Vintage Spoon Pendant
     
  2. The spoons can be put in a vise grip and partially bent, then cut with a hack saw.  Finish bending after cutting to make a loop for the chain:

    Vintage Spoon Pendant
     
  3. I always use E-6000 glue for such projects.  The proper way to use E-6000 is to apply the glue to the area, then slide your item onto the glued area.  It creates a better bond to slide the item rather than simply placing it onto the glued area.
     
  4. Some of the items I glued into the spoons were earrings with the backs removed.  Some of the other bits were small brooches.  The pinbacks can be easily removed with wire clippers.

    Vintage Spoon Pendant
     
  5. The pendants would look fine on a simple black cord or silver ball chain.  A more elaborate beaded chain could be used too.  The possibilities are endless!

Your Recently Viewed Projects

Love these projects? Get MORE delivered to your Inbox – FREE Click Here!

Reviews More Reviews

Aug 13, 2014

These are lovely and very ingenious. Great job! Love 'em!!

 

Aug 12, 2014

E6000 glue can be found at any craft store. I see it at a lot of other stores too. Look in the glue section or in hardware too.

 

22 Ratings

Aug 23, 2013

i have aother way to use plastic spooms.cut a 12inch circle from a foam board cut the handles from the spoons and use a 8 inch mirror in the middle glue the spoons around the mirror and you have a mirror flower you can do this in a lot of colors it takes about 85 spoons

 

Aug 22, 2013

I must say I love your spoons, here is another idea which my Aunt did several years ago, She took a spoon that meant something to each of us, and had key rings made from them. Saw off the spoon, just the way you did, put on a good key ring circle, and viola, you have a beautiful key ring. Try it. Thanks again, I love these vintage projects. BB

 

Aug 21, 2013

I like the look of the finished pendants. What would be the best way to keep them clean? It looks like it might be difficult to get around/in between some of the attached items.

 

Aug 14, 2013

R there any pictures of the project, all I see are video advertisements.

 

Aug 7, 2013

Several years ago, I made angels out of the spoon handles, using the handle for the body, and adding wings and halos from a jewelry craft site. I put a pin on the back.

 

Aug 5, 2013

where does one find E600 glue?

 

All fields required.

Rate & Comment

Cancel Reply to Comment

Newsletter Signup

Free Newsletter!

Subscribe to our newsletter dedicated to providing the very best healthy meal ideas, cooking tips, healthy recipes & special offers.

Please Wait

Thanks for signing up

Sorry, we could not sign you up.

Something worth saving?

Register now for FREE to:

  • SAVE all your favorite crafts
  • ADD personal notes
  • QUICKLY reference your crafts

 

Connect With Us

Facebook Google Plus Instagram Twitter Pinterest
Twitter Blog Email RSS

About Us Advertise Contact Us FAQs News Keyword Index Privacy Policy Share Your Craft Project Subscribe Terms of Service Unsubscribe

---- 1 ----

close

Images from other crafters

There are currently no images from other crafters.

Was This Helpful?YesNo