Vintage Recycled Spoon DIY Planter

Vintage Recycled Spoon DIY Planter

Uses for old silverware like this are too pretty to pass up.

Vintage Recycled Spoon DIY Planter
Vintage Recycled Spoon DIY Planter
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Make DIY garden stakes you'll adore with this Vintage Recycled Spoon DIY Planter tutorial. Learn how to reuse spoons to make a vintage bling craft. There are so many garden stake ideas out there, but the best ones involve reusing old materials for a classy touch. After all, the best planter ideas overall come from really unexpected items (which you can read more about in our recycled flower pots article)! This is a super quick and easy craft idea that will add so much more to an otherwise plain planter.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueRepurposing

Difficulty LevelEasy

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Old spoon
  • Scissors
  • Hot glue
  • Blingy button
  • Ribbon
  • Lace 


  1. Take the spoon and tie on some ribbon and trims.

  2. Cut to the desired length.

  3. Hot glue on a fun blingy button.

  4. Use as a plant stake/decoration that can also turn over the soil as needed!

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Now this is a truly unique idea. It's easy and simple yet very pretty and very different. If I don't have any silverware to use, a quick trip to a local thrift shop will solve that problem. You can find all kinds of patterns and styles in those stores. This is going to be a fun project.

Here is another smart way to keep items out of the landfill. I think this is a smart idea. Our little potted plant friends will be all glammed up and there is one less piece of trash in the landfill.

What a wonderful way to recycle vintage silverware. I guess I never thought about dressing up my potted plants but this is a novel idea. Thanks for the free project idea.

This looks adorable! And super easy to make, too


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