The DIY Fork Tower, Guest Post

Hello CSD Readers! I am Judy, author of Pursuit of Functional Home and Kusina ni Inday. I am a SAHM to 2 lovely babies (boy and girl). I blog about DIY, sewing, crafting, baking, basic blog tips and tricks, shares home inspiration and some humor every Monday.

I am so happy and grateful to be here with you. Thank you so much Kate for giving me this opportunity to flaunt my project.

I have a new obsession and it's about making projects using spoon and fork. It amazes me how we can create a fabulous and unique home decor out of spoon and fork. I am going to share with you my recent project called "The Fork Tower". I started this project with no clear vision in mind. I just keep on gluing forks on top of each other and pop goes my Fork Tower.

Things you need for this project:
Hot Glue Gun
Plastic Fork
Spray Paint


The Fork Tower Project. Blue Hot Glue Gun and white forks on top of the table.


 Step 1.
Glue 9 forks on top of each other.

The Fork Tower Project. Blue Hot Glue Gun and white forks on top of the table.


Step 2.
Make 4 sets.

The Fork Tower Project. Blue Hot Glue Gun and white forks on top of the table.

Step 3.
Glue together to create a tower.

The Fork Tower Project. Blue Hot Glue Gun and white forks on top of the table.


The Fork Tower Project. Blue Hot Glue Gun and white forks glued on top of each other creating a tower. Placed on top of the table.


Step 4. Spray paint. I suggest to spray paint the forks before starting the project. It is a lot easier. Then  spray paint it again to hide the traces of glue.

The Fork Tower Project. white forks glued on top of each other creating a tower. Placed on top of a black fabric.


Hello Gold Fork Tower...


The Gold Fork Tower. STanding on top of a fabric.

The Gold Fork Tower

The Fork Tower

I hope you like it and enjoyed the tutorial. I'd love for you to stop by my site. You are all welcome.

Again, thank you so much Kate for this opportunity to mingle with you and your beautiful readers.


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Judy
About the Author:
She is a SAHM to 2 beautiful and lovely kids. A wife to a generous and supportive husband. She started blogging to share her projects in crafts, sewing, baking, DIY and a few things about her personal life. She is the author of Pursuit of Functional Home and Kusina ni Inday Blogs. Learn more about her here. Connect with her via FB, Twitter, Bloglovin, G+ and Pinterest.

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