Tiny Spool Card Holder

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 I had mentioned in another post that I might have a craft crush on little wooden spools.  They are just so cute and versatile!

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I thought they would make darling little holders.
I could see using them to hold place cards,
table numbers,
business cards,
or even photos.
There are so many possibilities!
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I started by painting the spools.  I used crackle paint on the green one and spray paint on the other two.

I used Mod Podge to glue a circle of paper to the bottom.

Then I filled the hole with seed beads, dropped some E6000 on top, and glued a button, cabochons, or paper flower on top.  I then inserted a memo pin (Tim Holtz line).

Finally, I used Mod Podge to adhere a strip of paper to the spool.

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Pretty cute, don’t you think?
What might you use this tiny spool for?  I’m always looking for new ideas!
Thanks for stopping by and enjoying another tutorial for a fast, frugal, and fabulous project.
Follow along so you won’t miss my next post!
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Comments

  1. Cute!!! I love them! 🙂

  2. Hi Morena! these are so cute, and would also be cute as a Photo holder for an office desk. Nice idea
    JoAnn

  3. Adorable! Wooden spools are becoming more rare around these parts… but you have definitely inspired me to look for some. 🙂

  4. Hi Morena,
    I thought I would check out your blog this evening – hope you will hop on over and see me – I will look forward to seeing what you make with the Michael’s purchase!
    Peggy @ The Painted Pear
    http://repeartreedesign.blogspot.com

  5. This is a fantastic project! Would you consider linking this up at my Pinworthy Projects Party? I hope to see you there!

  6. Love this!!

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