Chocolate Spoons

flyingpig58
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I think this will be my last Christmas idea that I will post here for 2009 - Chocolate Spoons

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I have used spoons from Poundland and drawn holly and berries on the handle using Sharpie pens. I have put each spoon in a cut down pretzel bag (from e-bay) and added a green bow to finish it all off

Helen


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Comments

  • They are lovely & very festive - what a great idea.
    Making small changes everyday....
  • These have been made by quite a few people last year!! :)
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  • theyre lovely!
  • Personally I think you should have covered the handles in chocolate aswell. :drool:

    Plus it would be funny watching people try and eat the plastic spoons. :p
  • When I read the thread I thought, how is that going to work, the handle will melt when you pick up up! LOL DOH!!
  • I made some of these last night they looked so effective, i collected the free spoon's that M&S give away for you to eat their salad's ect with used Tesco Value choclate as that tastes better than baking choc an bob's your uncle. put with snowman soup and Reindeer poo (Maltessers) make a lovly christmas morning treat.

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  • furrypig
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    Another beautifully made Christmas craft thanks for sharing Happy Christmas xxx
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