A "Re-Purposed" Christmas Tree - Ice Cream Scoop

A vintage ice cream scoop picked up at a thrift shop for $1 is the next item to be re-purposed as a Christmas tree ornament.

Re-purposed Ice Cream Scoop Christmas Ornament with Snowball  www.organizedclutterqueen.blogspot.com
This is the scoop.  I forgot to take a "before" photo.  As you can see I already have a strip of sheet music Mod "Podged" onto the handle.



Re-purposed Ice Cream Scoop Christmas Ornament with Snowball www.organizedclutterqueen.blogspot.com
 I hot glued one of my Dollar Tree homemade snowballs from last year's Christmas crafting into the scoop.


Re-purposed Ice Cream Scoop Christmas Ornament with Snowball www.organizedclutterqueen.blogspot.com
This is Re-Purposed Christmas tree ornament number three.  I like the photos taken outside in the evergreens but today is raining so my photo is taken in an artificial tree.

Re-purposed Christmas Ornaments:
1.  Zinc Jar Lids
2.  Teaspoons

I hope you are following along!  




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14 comments:

  1. Oh that is a good idea. I have a wreath for the kitchen for christmas that has all old kitchen tools...Have to watch out for one of these.

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  2. Too cute...love it!! I'm going to have to make one of these if I can find an old scoop. Thanks for sharing this.
    hugs,
    Cindy

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  3. Love your new border on top and the scoop is my favorite so far! Although I love all 3 of the re-purposed ornaments.

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  4. I am loving seeing all that you are doing with the repurposed ornaments. So cute.
    Kris

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  5. Cute Carlene! I need to revisit your post on making the snowballs. The ones I made without any directions did not hold up well.

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  6. Oh that is the cutest ornament! Love the scooped snowball in it too!

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  7. Carlene I saw this on Pinterest yesterday and I kept wondering to myself, how did I miss this post, LOL!!! I guess I didn't. What a cute idea!!

    Cynthia

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  8. Oh I LOVE this!!! So darn cute. I've got to have a look at your recipe too... I NEED some of these snowballs. Plenty of the real ones right outside my front door, but these are much cuter. :)

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  9. Carlene, I saw this on Pinterest and loved it! Pinned it of course. Your mind is full of wonderful creations!
    hugs,
    Jann

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