The best DIY projects are the ones that upcycle things into something new. It’s especially great when the thing you’re upcycling is something you might have otherwise thrown out! Plastic cutlery is a great example of something you can save from the garbage for creative purposes. DIY projects made from plastic cutlery help you reduce waste production and keep things “green”. They also look really cool!
All You‘s spoon vase gives some urban contrast to the natural beauty of your flowers.
This Yellow House shows you how to create your own textured mirror frame made of plastic spoons!
What’s more exciting than a DIY project that glows? A DIY project that glows and upcycles, of course! Check it out on Instructables.
Try recreating The Nester‘s laurel wrath made of plastic spoons for a touch of delicate upcycled decor.
Follow in DIY Masters‘ footsteps to create this gorgeous modern hanging lamp from plastic spoons!
Perhaps you’d prefer a lamp with a little more personality than the chic hanging style? Check out Now That’s Pretty‘s adorable pineapple spoon light instead!
Knock Off Decor shows you how to make a very unique flower-shaped candle holder from plastic spoons… that have been melted!
Sometimes plastic spoons make the perfect base for more delicate decorative elements! Check out how Smart Schoolhouse combined them with rose petals to make a gorgeous tealight!
Fab Art DIY gives you a great guide to creating your own lifelike waterlily decor out of plastic spoons and a green doily!
Okay, so it’s not fall right now, but it never hurts to get a head start on your decor, right? Club Chica Circle‘s adorable tutorial for a fall pumpkin made of plastic spoons can help you out!
While you’re getting a jump start on seasonal decor, why not consider some Christmas trees made of plastic spoons too? One Project Closer has you covered.
You’ve seen hanging lamps and desk lamps made from spoons, so why not some portable light too? Check out Hometalk‘s gorgeous spoon lantern project.
Okay, so Christmas doesn’t come again for almost a year, but you could create this Bizbash wreath for any time of year by switching up the colours!
Even your local wildlife will appreciate your upcycling skills! Check out how Shabby Beach Nest used plastic spoons and a plastic bottle to make a gorgeous hummingbird feeder!
Take a look at how gorgeous SS Arts and Crafts‘ plastic spoons look once they’ve been upcycled into tulip flowers!