Creations, Fall Signs and Spoon Faces

Welcome to the Monthly Creative Craft Blog Hop

Thank you Andrea of Design Morsels for hosting this great hop

Are you ready for some incredible Fall and Holiday Inspirations?

Great, because we have plenty for you!!

All the links and craft sources can be found at the end of the post

I decided to make some Fall signs and spoon faces

to use on tiered trays and in vignettes

Let’s get started!

I painted an unfinished wood plaque black,

added a spider and a few spider webs,

then painted the sides orange with a black and white checked border

I saw a lot of holiday painted wood spoons on Pinterest

which inspired me to paint a wooden spoon black

and create a mummy with white paint and green eyes

{this is not my original idea, but I can’t source anyone as there are tons of these on Pinterest and Etsy}

I gathered some more decorations from my Halloween stash

and created a spooky Halloween tray

I lined the tiers with spider web napkins

Then I added witch legs, pumpkins and lots of spooky things!

With Halloween less than 2 weeks away,

and with Thanksgiving just around the corner,

I made a turkey spoon and a couple of Thanksgiving signs

I painted wooden triangle shims {that came with a stretched art canvas}

orange and yellow and the spoon brown

I painted details on his face and body

and glued the “feathers” to the spoon back

For the Thanksgiving signs, I used tiles and acrylic craft paint

The turkey spoon and tiles can be used in vignettes

and flower arrangements

I hope you are having a beautiful Fall!

Please visit all my creative crafty friends on the links below!

Celebrate & Decorate – Minnie Mouse Halloween Swag

Birdz of a Feather – Milk Can Decor

At Home Withe Jemma – Fresh Handmade Holiday Magnolia Wreath

Debbees Buzz – Thanksgiving Bread Cornucopia

B4 And Afters – White Pumpkin Centerpiece

The Painted Apron – Fall Signs and Spoon Faces

My Hubbard Home – Dollar Store Glitter Candles

Chas’ Crazy Creations – What To Do with Plastic Pumpkins

Purple Hues and Me – Shrinky Dinks Decor

Design Morsels – DIY Felt Ornaments

Home Is Where The Boat Is – DIY Thanksgiving Cone-ucopias

Decorate and More with Tip – Bohemian Tassel Christmas Tree Plaque

BlueSky At Home – Fun Thanksgiving DIY Wood Block Decoration

Zucchini Sisters – DIY Painted Placemats with a Fork Motif

My Family Thyme – Christmas Ornament Reverse Canvas

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Juicy Details

3 tier tray/here

wood plaques/here

wood spoons/here

craft paint/here

Chef MacPig/tutorial here

tiles/ my son is a contractor specializing in kitchen and baths so there are always tiles around here! But you can easily buy them at Home Improvement stores in a wide variety of colors, textures, and patterns, they are great for crafts!

I will be joining these fabulous parties and blogs:

Meal Plan Monday   Love Your Creativity  Over the Moon

Between Naps on the Porch,  Celebrate Your Story,

All About Home/ Common Ground Follow the Yellow Brick Home

 Tasty Tuesday   Oh My Heartsie Girl Turn About Tuesday 

 Full Plate Thursday  Centerpiece Wednesday Creative Crafts

Thursday Favorite Things  Creatively Crafty   Creative Cumpulsions

Comments
48 Responses to “Creations, Fall Signs and Spoon Faces”
  1. Mary says:

    Jenna, Your wooden spoon transformed into a gobbler with the magic of your paintbrush and imagination made me smile this morning! So smart to repurpose your canvas shims for feathers! Your vignettes are always so cheery and creative no matter what the season!

  2. Gail Griffin says:

    How sweet and adorable, Jenna! I chuckled when I saw your spoons! Too cute! You are so talented and I always love seeing how you put your fabulous vignettes together – no matter what the occasion!
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  3. Liberty says:

    What a creative Turkey spoon!

  4. rachelle says:

    Jenna, I’m smiling just looking at your gobbler spoons. They are a cute craft, and make a perfect addition to a bouquet of flowers.

  5. Kitty says:

    Your creativity always shines to bring beauty, fun, and inspiration!

  6. creationsbycindyphotography.blogspot.com says:

    Girl, you are one crafting lady and I am loving that turkey spoon. So stinking adorable as all of your crafts are. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

  7. Jenna, I love the painted spoon, so cute and a fun project to do with children! Your outdoor mantel is beautiful. You are so creative with a paint brush!

  8. Sara says:

    You really go all out on holiday decor Jenna; great ideas!

  9. Jenna I love all your cute crafts you shared today! It is so fun and looks great. Happy Halloween!

  10. mireilleftm says:

    The spoon faces are fun! My kids would enjoy making those!
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  11. thefrenchhutch says:

    Jenna, you are the queen of “creative” DIY projects. I love all of your creations but the spoon faces are just so adorable! I think this would be a lot of fun with the grands. I love the mummy, he’s just to cute. Your outside fireplace looks fall perfect. Happy weekend. Hugs………

  12. Sandhya says:

    Beautifully done!

  13. I love your mummy spoon! There are so many great things to choose from. I love the tiered tray with the witch legs too. I’m coming back to you when we can finally have Halloween parties again. Thanks for being in the hop

  14. Chas says:

    How cute are these! They are so very cute friend, love it! Thanks for sharing and wonderful hopping with you.

  15. These are cute and so festive! I especially love the spoons — they’re darling!

  16. Shannon@Belle Bleu Interiors says:

    Jenna, I love the tiered tray you created! It looks like so much fun! All of the signs are precious, and this would be a fun project to do with the kids! Happy Thursday!

    • I am late to the tiered tray craze, but they are so much fun to put together and anything goes! Yes, it would be a fun kids project, I’m sure they would think of things we never would!

  17. Debbee says:

    Jenna, you always create the most wonderful things with your paints and brushes! When I was a teenager, I stained wooden spoons and white washed the inner spoon. Then i painted miniature trios of mushrooms on the white, tied a piece of leather shoestring on the top and they became decorative wall hangings for a kitchen. Must have sold 50 of them to earn spending money for Christmas. Forget all about that until I saw this adorable project post!

  18. Looks like you’re ready for boo-time Jenna! I’ve been thinking about getting out my tiered tray for Thanksgiving:@)

  19. Jemma says:

    Good Morning Jenna!
    I am loving catching up with ya’ll today. I had 3 grandkids hanging out with me yesterday so I was running around like a crazy lady.
    I love your whimsy, creativty and ability to magically create the most adorable vignettes. These spoons…oh me oh my ADORABLE! love the mummy and turkey spoon so much!
    Great to hop with you!
    Jemma

  20. Rebecca says:

    Your painted signs and spoon faces are so cute and creative, Jenna! The spider and turkey are my favorites. The spider sign would look great on a wreath. And the turkey is the perfect way to add Thanksgiving cheer to a bouquet. It was fun hopping with you again!

  21. Chloe Crabtree says:

    Jenna, here you go again, getting all creative with your painting skills! That turkey is too, too cute, as is that little mummy! Even the tile! You always paint the cutest creations! Thanks for hopping with us!

    • Thank you so much Chloe! That is quite a compliment coming from a creative like you! I am sorry I didn’t mention you are a host of the craft hop too, I was confused and thought you had turned it over to Andrea? Next time I will be sure to include you as a hostess too!

  22. Rita C. says:

    Oh, those are cute! I love the turkey and mummy spoons. You are having waay too much fun with those tiered trays, Jenna! They’re perfect for you.

  23. Carol says:

    Jenna, wow! So many cute ideas. All your artistic skills really shine with sick cute Halloween projects. You never run out of darling decor.

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