Simple and Pretty Spoon Egg Holder

I know it’s a bit early for Easter crafts, but I wanted to give you enough time to start collecting vintage spoons, the primary supply for this easy to make egg holder arrangement.

To do this project, find straight side bottles and jars. I used the milk glass cosmetic jar and clear spice bottle.

Collect various inexpensive spoons from thrift stores and flea markets (I prefer pretty vintage ones).

Bend the bowls of the spoons at the neck at a 90º angle.

Rubberband the jar and slide spoons under the bands, keeping in mind that if you space them too close, the eggs may not fit.

Pull out your vintage ribbon…

and tie around the jar to hide the bands.

Add pretty flowers and enough water to keep them fresh.

Then add the eggs. My eggs are courtesy of the cute little Holden hens, but of course you can use colored and decorated eggs as well.

You can also make these into candle holders for your Easter table.Slip a vintage plate or platter under to make the arrangement just a bit more grand.

How easy was that?!

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119 Responses to Simple and Pretty Spoon Egg Holder

  1. #1 - robynski says:

    Cathe, I absolutely love this idea. I’ve got a bunch of junk silver spoon about and this is a perfect idea for them. Thanks!

  2. #2 - MsJoyceG says:

    Wonderful .. Thrift store here I come.

  3. #3 - Susan E in VA says:

    Thanks for the great idea! they are so stinkin cute!!

  4. Oh, I REALLY like this! Very original! Thank you for the tutorial!

  5. #5 - LindaSonia says:

    What a wonderful idea!! – so clever and so beautiful!! Love it.

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  7. #6 - Jill Flory says:

    THat is a super cool idea! Gonna have to do that one for sure! Thanks for sharing now!

  8. #7 - laurie magpie ethel says:

    Easy and DANG cute! Time to hunt down some spoons…thanks for sharing.

  9. #8 - kathy says:

    OMG! I can’t WAIT to make some of these! We host a huge Easter egg hunt every year and my Easter decorating/crafts were wearing a bit thin. These will be fabulous! Thank you!

  10. #9 - Stephanie says:

    The perfect centerpiece for an Easter table! Gorgeous!

  11. #10 - Sue says:

    I love these ideas. Thank you for sharing.
    It is never too early to start thinking of easter and spring.

  12. #11 - Bevely says:

    A new follower, just figured the whole thing out! But I had been admiring your blog for quite a while.. I remember dying Easter eggs as a child. My mother would bend her spoons but never set them up in such a pretty way. Thanks for the memories. I would love to have you stop over and visit my new blog sometime, your button is added.

  13. #12 - Beth says:

    oh how cute this is, thank you for the idea.

  14. #13 - Roxi Phillips says:

    Wow, Cathe! You never cease to amaze me! These are beautiful! If only I had kept the Araucana pullets instead of the roos I too could have had pretty blue eggs to decorate with…. long story….

  15. #14 - luckie says:

    I love seeing Easter stuff, it means spring is right around the corner! YAY!

  16. #15 - ButterYum says:

    What a neat idea. Happy Foodie Friday!


  17. #16 - sherringa holmstrom says:

    Sweet, I am helping to run a thrift store named “Thrifters Rock” for our Church and this idea will help sell all those tired spoons! Thanks for the inspiration!

  18. #17 - Robin O'Reilly says:

    I LOVE it, stunning and best of all simple easy to make. This will definitely be on my table this Easter! Thanks

  19. #18 - martina says:

    What a great idea Cathe! You could also put those Cadbury creme eggs in the spoons instead of real eggs.

  20. #19 - MCatherine says:

    I remember years ago when I was making wind chimes out of old silverware. I asked my mother-in-law if she had any old silver she would like me to fashion into a windchime for her and she handed me 5 forks. 20 years later I inherited the Fraces 1st Sterling and it was missing 5 forks! LOL

  21. #21 - deb christensen says:

    simple, beautiful, perfect. you rock the eastie bunny world!

  22. #22 - Shea Brislin says:

    Is it Easter yet?! I just may make one for year-round. I like the way they look without the eggs too. Time to start junkin and thriftin. Thank you for sharing this idea!

  23. #23 - sharon simons says:

    Thank you so much for this fantastic idea. I actually have great vintage spoons that I have been waiting to use for something, but I didn’t know what. Now I do! Thanks again. Love your blog!

  24. #24 - Karen says:

    That is so pretty! Thanks for sharing it!

  25. You ever have one of those moments when you are kicking yourself because you saw something and you didn’t buy it? I saw those little white jars the other day, tons of them, of course no where close by for a dollar each! Did I buy any, nope! Adorable idea, thanks for sharing!

  26. #26 - Teresa says:

    What a beautiful idea. I was all ready for some complicated instructions to create my own but was pleasantly surprised when it was so simple. Love love love it!

  27. #27 - Angela says:

    That is so pretty!!

  28. #28 - Katie B says:

    Brilliant. You have been blessed with the crafty genius gene.

  29. #29 - Suzan says:

    This is so darned cute I can just barely stand it! I collect vintage silverplate flatware. I am absolutely going to copy you and make this. Thanks for such a wonderful idea.

  30. #30 - Effie says:

    What a fabulous idea!

  31. #31 - Lori ODonnell says:

    Simply beautiful, and YES – so easy! Thank you!!

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  33. #32 - Kleeblatt says:

    Wow Cathe, what for a great idea. Now I must go to the flea markt and buy old spoons 😉
    Really wonderful

    Hugs Monika

  34. #33 - ClassiclyAmber says:

    Such a nifty idea! Thanks for sharing!!

  35. #34 - Immi says:

    Simple and lovely!

  36. #35 - Deb @ PaperTurtle says:

    I LOVE this idea!!! I’m going to be looking for spoons at my local thrift store. Thanks for posting this Easter idea early so I have time to pull it together!

  37. #36 - jenclair says:

    What lovely arrangements! Perfect for Easter!

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  39. #37 - Amy Baldwin says:

    OMG! That turned out beautifully! I will have to show it to my mom, I know she would LOVE!

  40. #38 - Pat B. says:

    This is great ! I love OLD spoons !

  41. #39 - Leslie says:

    What a sweet idea, it looks lovely!

  42. #40 - Michelle L. says:

    Intensely adorable!!!! Also kind of brilliant. I’m just sayin’.

  43. #41 - Elaine says:

    I love this idea and I have the spoons just waiting! Thank you,Cathe!

  44. #42 - Noreen says:

    What a clever, fun idea for using old spoons! Thanks for sharing a marvelous, creative idea!

  45. #43 - Centsational Girl says:

    I love this idea Cathe, you are so clever ! Bookmarking for spring, and posting on FB !


  46. #44 - Saylavee says:

    I thought I had seen every way to use vintage spoons but you’ve given us a fresh one! Lovely!

  47. Wow, what a great idea! And it’s never too early for Easter crafts. Thanks for sharing this!

  48. #46 - Breeanna says:

    I love this! I’m going to do this! Thanks!

  49. #47 - Sheila M. Cornish says:

    What fun, Cathe! Very creative – love the different ways to use these spoons – am thinking of hitting the thrift store tomorrow and making one of these for each of my three daughters – might even make them for granddaughters as well, if I can find enough spoons. Thank you so much for sharing.

  50. #48 - Wendy says:

    Stunning! What a wonderful idea.

  51. #49 - Lori T says:

    Brilliant and absolutely adorable. It’s hard to find Easter/Spring decor that isn’t overly “cutesy.” I can’t wait to make this for myself and I may have to gift a few as well! Thank you!!

  52. LOVELY!! Such a sweet and creative idea. Will be looking for spoons between now and Easter. Thanks!

  53. #51 - Just For You! says:

    love the egg holders, so creative!

  54. #52 - Barbara Snyder says:

    So very clever!

  55. #53 - Tami says:

    What a pretty centerpiece! I love how just changing from flowers to candles, it gives it a totally new look. Love both of them!

  56. #54 - Gunn Aase says:

    Hi Cathe ! I think my heart stopped for while when I saw YOU had left a comment on my little blogg. I have been visiting your blog a lot, and I’m impressed with everything you’ve created. I will be more than happy to link to your pages in the future too, if it’s okay for you.. I’ve also added your botton now, of course 🙂 I had to smile, almost laugh when I saw your eggholder, what an amazing idea! Realy original and great!! I have alot of spoons to use, I’ll try this…
    Thanks for making my week!! and I hope you’ll have a beautiful week too

  57. This is beautiful and so original. I’m going to start collecting spoons now. Easter is one of my favorite holidays and I love your inspiration!

  58. #56 - Keri says:

    This is amazingly unique and gorgeous…I’m REALLY inspired by this!

  59. #57 - Saucy Chick Sherry says:

    Eggstroadinary! Simply love this design! So many possibilities. Thank you so much for sharing this. Happy February Hearts…

  60. #59 - Sara says:

    This is seriously cute! I love it =)

  61. #60 - Nancy Humphrey says:

    Thanks for the inspiration … GREAT idea. I have a “stash” of old spoons … now for the bending! Love quick projects :o)!

  62. #61 - Becca says:

    Such a fun idea! I can’t wait to make one.

  63. #62 - Tiff@MakeLifeCreative says:

    What a neat idea! Can’t wait to get started collecting those spoons!

  64. #63 - shari replogle says:

    How original as egg holders! It is an absolutely lovely idea.
    Thank you for sharing with us.

  65. #64 - katek says:

    ohh love that! i think i might struggle a bit bending old beautiful spoons (would feel slightly guilty) but love them…especially with died light blue egg!

  66. #65 - Joy B Massa says:

    Your title is absolutely accurate; simple & pretty! Completely do-able! Now, the spoons I pass up because the bowl’s are too icky I’m going back for…only the lovely handles will show!

  67. Love this idea…so creative and are very talented…blessings to you…

  68. #68 - Wendy Orme says:

    I LOVE this idea!

  69. #69 - Barbara says:

    I just stumbled upon your website, and I was just flabbergasted at how beautiful your egg holder is! What an imagination!!!!!
    Thank you for sharing that with those of us without much imagination.
    Really, really beautiful!

  70. #70 - Tanya says:

    What a beautiful arrangement. It will surely be sitting in the middle of my Easter tablescape this year!!! Thank you!

  71. #71 - LollyChops says:

    WOW! This is just about the coolest idea ever!!!! Now I need to see if I can find some awesome spoons too! Thanks for sharing!

  72. #72 - Sarah H. says:

    I love this! I can’t wait to put one together for the Easter season. Thanks for sharing this!

  73. #73 - Jessica Stier says:

    I LOVE this idea!!! It is so pretty. I am totally going to make one of these to hold Easter eggs. Thanks!!!

  74. #74 - Gina says:

    so cute, only I pity those lovely spoons ………….
    thanks for sharing

  75. #75 - Jesicca Kallas says:

    I just found your blog and I can hardly wait for Spring/Easter to make this fabulous egg/vase. Thank you for your shared inspirations.

  76. #76 - marysworkshop says:

    So easy and just beautiful! You are blessed with an amazing gift of creativity, Cathe!
    Thank you for sharing your great ideas with all of us.

  77. #77 - Dianne Faw says:

    Marvelous! I think I may even have some spoons collected for another project that never happened. I love how easy it is (or looks anyway) yet how elegant and interesting and creative.
    And by the way, I also love LOVE the name of your blog!

  78. #78 - Tammy Sprinkle says:

    You are so darn clever! These are so nice. A great way to use mismatched silverware too.

  79. #79 - Kim Williams says:

    LOVE this idea and can’t wait to make one! I don’t have any beautiful silver spoons on hand, but now I’ll be on the hunt! Thanks for a great idea!!!

  80. #80 - ginger(lovestodream) says:

    Gorgeous! Just Brilliant,Have to make some of these to give as gifts for Easter.
    Thank you so much for sharing this idea with all of us!

  81. #81 - Carrie says:

    Oh ~ I love this.
    I will be trying this! I have chickens so I have eggs~eggs and more eggs!
    Have a lovely weekend!

  82. #82 - Karen LeMore says:

    SO creative and so perfect for Easter…thanks so much for sharing the instructions and the ideas! I’m going to “pay it forward” to my friends!

  83. #83 - Lisa Macdonald says:

    I thank Country Living magazine for showcasing your work. I have really enjoyed looking at all your diy projects. I am insired and have renewed ideas. Your work is amazing. Thank you for sharing your talent!

  84. #84 - Sherry says:

    Very cute cute cute idea.
    Thanks for sharing.


  85. #85 - Cheri Hacker says:

    Love this idea! Love using vintage inspired items to decorate 🙂

  86. #86 - Laura Truitt says:

    I am so excited to find your blog! Oh, what I wouldn’t give for a studio of my own! I love this idea! I did a kitchen shower last fall with table arrangements similar to this! I took tall straight-sided vases and used kitchen utensils around the vase. The bride’s colors were blue and silver and I got lucky and found utensils at the dollar store that had blue handles and the working parts were metal. I used a spatula, slotted and not slotted spoons, a pasta stirrer thing-a-ma-jig, and another non slotted spatula and positioned them around the vase with the angle of the utensils flaring out at the top. I tied blue ribbon with silver glitter polka dots around the vases and filled them with blue hydrangeas. They were given as prizes for the games played at the shower. I love your blog and will certainly be visiting often for inspiration! Thank you!

  87. #87 - Keith Hardy says:

    This is one of the best ideas I’ve seen in a long time. Such a simple, yet beautiful way to show off Easter eggs. I think it’s just as pretty without the eggs!!

  88. #88 - Ellen Jones says:

    Oh now I have to do that project too. It’s so easy and creative, love it. For some reason this time of year I get so inspired and just don’t have enough time to make all the projects I see and think up. I love seeing all the wonderful crafts people are making. Long live crafting and using our imagination and reusing old things.

  89. #89 - Andrea says:

    Wow! So cute and creative, love your ideas!

  90. #90 - adriana bruzzone says:

    muy bueno!!!! felicitaciones!!!!!!!!!!!

  91. #91 - Elizabeth says:

    I simply love this display. It’s beautiful. Thank you so much for sharing.

    Cheers ~ Elizabeth

  92. #92 - Elizabeth Goodman says:

    I simply love this display. It’s beautiful. Thank you so much for sharing.

    Cheers ~ Elizabeth

  93. #93 - Elizabeth says:

    So cool! Love this idea. I’ll have to keep my eyes peeled at yard sales for spoons. Thanks so much!

  94. #94 - Jennifer Erickson says:

    What an incredibly beautiful craft for Spring!

  95. #95 - Toqua's Crafts says:

    That is AWESOME! Thank you for sharing!


  96. #96 - Beka says:

    Genius!! So pretty! And the best thing is I have everything but fresh eggs readily available. Thank you for the wonderful idea!!

  97. #97 - Beth says:

    So cute!

  98. #98 - C.K. says:

    Beautiful !!!!

  99. #99 - Karen says:

    This is a great idea. that’s a really pretty egg holder.

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  101. #100 - VintageBeachgirl says:

    I love this simple elegant idea, thank you for sharing.

  102. #101 - Sarah Ives says:

    What a wonderful and creative idea! Love the use of vintage spoons. This is an Easter idea that I will definitely use. Thanks for sharing!

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  105. #102 - Marla Lagoski says:

    This such a fabulous idea! Thank you for sharing.

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  109. #103 - Susanne Ferreira says:

    love your stuff, fun and sweet..

  110. #104 - Alice says:

    I absolutely love this arrangement, thank you so much for the tutorial!

  111. #105 - Anne,garden&angels says:

    Så fantastisk !
    En kjempegod ide!
    Tusen takk!

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  113. #106 - Mary Wolf says:

    Cathe, you always manage to make something beautiful out of the simplest things!

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  115. #107 - Joan Roberson says:

    I am looking for a rather ornate silver spoon or two that have been bent into either a candle holder or some attractive design or wall decoration…

    any ideas?


  116. #108 - Linda Schmidt says:

    Charming……love it