Frame It :: Framed Fork

How cute is this shrimp fork all framed up?

I just hot glued it to some scrapbook paper in an open frame. If I ever decide I don’t want it there I can simply peel off the hot glue.

Even cuter with a bow. I’m thinking a wall of framed silver will look darling in my kitchen.

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  1. Oh my goodness! This is great! We have a B&B and I happen to have a bunch of pretty old silverware… how fitting for me to frame them. Time to hit up some thrift stores and g-sales to build up my frame stash! Thanks for the lovely idea.

  2. Ok, so i saw this on another site, and it’s perfect for those who have little boys with “pick up every pine cone” syndrome. Never would have thought of framing pine cones or forks. Cute idea.

  3. I love this so much. Just wanted to let you know that you/this were part of a feature on my blog today —

  4. JoAnn Brewer says

    I LOVE this idea. I have a soup spoon that I hold dear. It belonged to my Grandmother. I used to use it every time I went to visit. I have kept it in my ceder chest for like 30 years. I’m going to get it out, put it in a frame and hang it in my dinning room. I am so excited I could cry! Thank you so much for sharing.


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