Personalized Wooden Utensils

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It’s easy to personalize wooden utensils.  They make great gifts for all occasions and you’ll always know which one is yours when going to events.

I found these wooden utensils at Dollar Tree

I used my Plaid Decorative Wood Burning Set.

Personalized Wooden Utensils Video

I placed the fine point tip into the top, turned it on, and let it sit for 10 minutes to warm up.

I wrote the words moments & together onto the utensils.

I traced over the letters with the wood burning tool letting it burn into the wood.

Here is what they looked like completed.

You can add them to a pot holder and towels to make an easy gift.

For my wooden spoon which I found at Walmart, I painted the handle with Folk Art Color Shift in the color Dragon Flash.

I added some zig zags at the top to help it represent a stem.

I drew a flower shape onto the spoon.

I used the wood burning tool to burn the pattern onto the spoon.

Now when I’m serving up my dishes at different events, it’ll be clear which utensil is mine.

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  1. Mother of 3 says:

    I’ve been wanting to do this craft but our dollar store hasn’t had wooden utensils the last few times I visited. These would make really cute housewarming gifts too. Thanks so much for sharing with us at Encouraging Hearts and Home. Pinned.

    1. Thank you and I’m so sorry your’s hasn’t had them – they seem to come in waves. I have also found some good wooden utensils for a great price at Walmart as well.

  2. These are really cute! I had one of these when I was a kid. I think it’s time to look into another one. I love the spoons 🙂

    1. Thanks Gwen. They are so fun to work with and can create so many great gifts.

  3. Great idea to personalize your serving spoons!
    Happy weekend,

    1. Thank you so much Kippi – they make great gifts and are great for when you bring yours to other events.

  4. Woodburning is such a fun craft isn’t it? I practiced on clothes pegs and then utensils like this when I first got my tool before I was ready to move on to more complicated projects. I must warn you they do fade a bit if you put them in the dishwasher, I recently went over ours again as they’d faded quite a bit. Makes you realise how much of the wooden utensils gets washed away!

    1. Thank you Julie and thank you so very much for sharing that tip! I appreciate it so very much.

  5. These are very cute! I have painted wooden utensils for gifts before but never thought of woodburning. Great idea! Found you at the Busy Monday 371 party.

    1. Thank you Sylvia and I love that you make them as gifts too. Thanks for stopping by.

  6. Cute spoons, Chas! Thanks for joining our Tuesday Turn About party!

    1. Thank you so much Crissy and thanks for stopping by 🙂

  7. This is the best idea ever for when you take food to a party! I need to make me some. Thanks so much for sharing at our Party in Your PJs link party!

    1. Thank you Nina and you’re so right. Even if you accidentally leave them behind – they’ll find your way back to you.

    1. You are so sweet Marilyn, thank you for the Pin and share

  8. Julie Briones says:

    I was just talking about these wood burning tools with someone at a wedding today! They are planning on using a wooden bench as their ‘guest book’… Have guests sign the bench and then seal it. She was talking about using Sharpies, and I suggested this. Kinda fun! Thanks for sharing at Tuesday Turn About!

    1. Thank you Julie and oh how I love that idea of a bench. Yes Sharpies are great and they can be tricky as they might bleed, and don’t always stay forever. Wood burning the bench would definitely last.

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