Easy Painted Wooden Spoons

This pinterest challenge has forced me to actually try some of the stuff I’ve been pinning.  There are so many great ideas on Pinterest, and if you follow me, you know that I love to pin!  These painted wooden spoons are something that I pinned before I even started blogging and I’ve always wanted to make some of my own.  And since I recently switched to stainless steel pots and pans I needed some wooden spoons anyway so I won’t scratch them up!painted spoons 5

 This was one of the easiest projects I think I’ve ever done.  I literally did this while my kids were eating breakfast this morning.

You will need to grab some wooden spoons.  I picked this set up at Home Goods for $3.99.  You will also need some paint and painters tape.  I used Martha Stewart craft paint because it is weather resistant and non toxic.

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 So easy.  Just tape off each spoon.  Start with one where you want it and then use it to guide where you tape the others.

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Apply 2 to 3 coats of paint, depending on the color, letting them dry between coats.  Remove the tape and done!

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Here is my original Pinterest nspiration {source}

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About Corey

Corey is the creative behind Hey There, Home where she shares easy-to-follow and beautiful home decor and entertaining ideas. Her mission? To make home decor accessible to everyone, even if you don’t consider yourself crafty, and to empower people to decorate their homes in a way that they can actually be lived in, not just looked at.

21 thoughts on “Easy Painted Wooden Spoons

    1. Thank you so much Krista! They would make a great gift idea. I was even thinking of doing some close to Christmas for hostess gifts.

  1. Love it! I just purchased some wooden spoons, and I actually have a whole box of Martha Stewart’s craft paint, so I will have to try this project! 🙂

    1. It really is so easy and I don’t know about you but it is more fun to cook when I have some pretty tools! Thanks for stopping by!

  2. This is an amazing idea. I also love the Pinterest challenge. I may have to stop back by and try this. I have a Weekly PINspirations portion of my blog on Monday where I do this anyway. Yay for Pinterest. Thanks for sharing.

    Stopping by from the MuchAdoAboutMonday linkup!

    1. Thanks Tela. I can’t wait to check out your Pinspirations!

  3. These spoons are amazing!! What a great idea. I love the pinterest challenge, I didnt realize that non bloggers could join. I am doing a pinterest challenge this month as well!!

  4. I’ve been wanting to do this pin FOREVER. So glad you did it, I love the colors, too. So very you!

    1. Ha! Thanks Amy…you know I love blue 😉

  5. Paula says:

    Way to go Brooke! Beautiful!

  6. You just reminded me of how much I wanted to do this!!! Yours came out so fun and pretty!!! Do you think regular cheap o craft paint from Walmart would work?

    1. It won’t work with regular ol’ craft paint cause it isn’t weather resistant. I tested it and the kind that says clean up with warm soapy water washes right off. The Martha Stewart brand is labeled indoor/outdoor and there is another brand that is near the terracotta pots in the craft store that is labeled outdoor too, but I’m not sure of the brand. You want to look for outdoor and non toxic since it will be near food. Thanks for stopping by!

  7. Sheila says:

    What a great idea to brighten up the kitchen Corey !!! Inspires me to get some of my pins done. Have a good one 🙂

    Sheila

  8. I’ve been keeping up with the challenge!
    I like that in the process of trying out the pins, I’m feeling inspired to make it my own and they’re even spawning completely different ideas
    I think i like your version better to be honest. Super pretty color choices.

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