Dressed Up Serving Utensils

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This project is inexpensive, easy, and you’ll have dressed up serving utensils for holidays or give as a gift!

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You’ll need:
Serving Utensils (Dollar Tree)
Glass Rocks (Dollar Tree)
E6000 or adhesive of your choice (Walmart)
Put a little E6000 on the flat side of your glass rock.
Place your glass rock on your utensil.
Continue this until you reach your desired look.
Let adhesive dry completely before use. Hand wash for best results.
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  1. Naomie Moore in Castaic says:

    So cute and festive! And if you take to a potluck, you know which serving pieces are yours at the end of the event. We need to make them in colors for holidays, red, clear and blue for summer and patriotic holidays, etc. Great hostess gift too. Clever idea. ?

    1. Oh my gosh Naomie I love all of those ideas!!! The potluck idea is brilliant! I’m going to use that – thanks for sharing that tip. I love the holidays colors as well – so inexpensive to make that you could definitely afford to to do that!

  2. Louise Dahlgren says:

    This is going to be fun. I did use those rocks nestled with rocks that are on patio.

    1. Thanks, I’m so glad you like it and are going to give it a try.

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