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13 DIY Dipped Utensil Projects For Cheerful Cooking and Meals

cherry red dipped utensils (via hardlyhousewives)

Got some boring utensils? Let’s make them colorful and cheerful! The easiest idea ever is just dipping them into paint and letting dry. You can choose different shades to make your cooking more cheerful – or maybe your meals, parties and picnics; dipping is not necessarily dipping into paint but also nail polish, for example. Planning a sushi party? Take the chopsticks and paint them, too! To create handles on the silverware you can also use the method of dipping but dip them into plasti dip. Find out below how to realize all these projects easily and get crafty!

nail polish dipped chopsticks (via shelterness)

dip dyed soup spoons (via makeandtell)

colorful spoon handles (via oheverythinghandmade)

hand dipped wooden spoons (via smithratliff)

craft painted dipped utensils (via knackandwhimsy)

multicolored wooden ustensils (via bespoke-bride)

dipped chopsticks (via poppytalk)

plasti dipped silverware (via ciburbanity)

paint dipped spoons (via luluthebaker)

dip dyed bamboo utensils (via blogalacart)

dip dyed wooden cutlery (via mypoppet)

painted wooden spoons (via hardlyhousewives)

 

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  1. Alicia Holman Says:

    What is the best kind of paint to use for the wooden utensils? Thank you! Alicia

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