That’s Forked Up. Too Spoon?

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One of my favorite kitchen utensils is the wooden spoon. Why? I don’t know. It was always a form of punishment growing up so I should want to have all of them banished from the kitchen, but they are too damn useful.

They also make great gifts like dish towels. “Oh man, I hate new clean towels,” said no one ever.

But a wooden spoon alone may seem a bit dull, so why not pass on words of love, encouragement or advice. Everyone loves hearing your opinion, I promise.

I met my lady friends out for a crafterday breakfast. As the server brought us beautifully made coffees and eyed us for being weirdos with wooden spoons and pencils, we drew away.
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Woodburned spoons

Supplies:
Wooden spoon
Pencil
White eraser
Wood burner

Take the time to draw out your design with a pencil So you aren’t running out of space to fit that last letter with the wood burner. Getting a spoon that says “caution ho” instead of “caution hot” may be awkward.
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Wrap them with some yarn and a hand-knit dish towel and you are good to go!