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DIY Corner: Adding Fabric to Serving Utensils

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The next few months will be filled with cold weather, pumpkin spice everything, and food – lots of food.

So here’s a DIY project that is fun, fast, and fantastic for festive parties, holiday gifts, or just adding character to your own kitchen.

Here’s what you’ll need

Supplies - DIY Fabric Serving Utensils

Here’s how you do it

Step 1 - DIY Fabric Serving Utensils

Step 1 Cut fabric into rectangular strips, large enough to wrap around the desired area. My strips were 6 in x 2 in.

Step 2 - DIY Fabric Serving Utensils

Step 2 Apply Mod Podge with sponge to the back of the wooden utensil. Place the long end of one fabric strip onto the adhesive. Press down firmly and smooth out any bubbles.

Step 3 - DIY Fabric Serving Utensils

Step 3 Add more Mod Podge to the sides and front of the utensil and then wrap the fabric around it. Make sure the fabric is placed evenly and tightly. Secure the last bit of fabric to the back of the utensil adding extra Mod Podge if needed to create a seam. Let dry for 10-15 minutes.

Step 4 - DIY Fabric Serving Utensils

Step 4 Once dry, apply an even coat of Mod Podge to the outside of the fabric to seal. Allow 72 hours for sealant to set. Hand wash cold.

Step 5 - DIY Fabric Serving Utensils

Step 5 Tada!

Step 5 - DIY Fabric Serving Utensils

Now you’ve created custom serving utensils, perfect for family gatherings and other holiday celebrations – made with love.

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