Dollar Store Crafts Jute Wrapped Utensils


Hey Y’all! We are Trish and Bonnie and we blog over at Uncommon Designs.  We are thrilled to be here today. Heather and Vanessa are two of our favorite gals and we love that they are a blogging team as well.  Over at our blog we love all things crafty, and today we would love to share a super simple and way inexpensive little DIY craft with you…

Dollar Store Jute Wraped Serving Utensils by

Do you love Dollar Store Crafts? We think these  Jute Wrapped Utensils are so cute!

With cookouts and parties during the summer months and beyond, these make great serving utensils that are so inexpensive. Which means if you forget them at the party { which we both have done } you are not out much money. Sweet!

They would also make a quick hostess gift.

Here is what you need to create your own Jute Wrapped Serving Utensils:

1 Set of Dollar Store Bamboo Serving Utensils {they come as a set of two}

Jute Twine

Glue Gun

Dollar Store Jute Wraped Serving Utensils by

Seriously, that’s all you need! I picked a few different sets to make and have on hand for those last minute events. I see these going on tailgating events with us this fall too.

Here is what we did:

Dollar Store Jute Wraped Serving Utensils by

Step 1:

Place a small drop of hot glue about 1 1/2 inches up the serving utensil handle from the spoon bed.

Step 2:

Start wrapping the jute twine up the handles towards the top of the handle.

Step 3:

Stop wrapping the jute twine about 1 inch from the top. Cut the jute twine. Apply another small drop of hot glue and adhere the end of the jute to it and press firmly.

That’s It!

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I tied them together with a little jute bow, and they are ready to go.

I have to admit that we have a little affection for jute twine. We use it for lots of our projects including our Summer Beach Tablescape, Embellished Mason Jars, and our DIY Tailgating Banner. It is a great little craft supply to have on hand in your stash.

We want to say a big “Thank You!” to the sweet At The Picket Fence gals for having us over today. We would love for you to stop by Uncommon Designs and check out some of our other projects.

Trish and Bonnie

Thank you Trish and Bonnie for sharing this fabulous project with our friends here At The Picket Fence! Be sure to visit this fabulous duo at their blog Uncommon Designs by clicking any of the links above!  See you back here soon…at the picket fence!



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