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Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Purple Heart Wood Spoon Giveaway!




What a beautiful wood spoon! It was made by Raymond J. Smith from Purple Heart Wood and is 14" long. It has a protective coating called a salad bowl finish on it so that it can be used for cooking and serving. Do not however leave it to soak in water or run it through the dishwasher. That would warp it and take the prettiness right out of it!


Please take a look at his other items in his shop Raymond J. Smith as he also makes doll beds and butter spreaders. The spoon in this Giveaway retails for $30 in his shop.


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61 comments:

Crochet-n-Quilt said...

This is almost to pretty to use. And isn't the mahogany ladle from his shop just gorgeous!

Susan said...

Not only could I use a wooden spoon, I would LOVE this one! Beautiful!

Kara said...

Such gorgeous wood - and the other items in the shop look wonderful, too!

Anonymous said...

Wooden Spoons rock, I don't care who ya are! I love especially the ladle and the spoon with the different shade of brown in the center of the round part. Just that fast I forgot the name. grrrrr Who knew a spoon would make me so happy?

BarbH
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MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

Beautiful items!


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Happy New Year!

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Sherrie said...

Ohhhh how I love wooden spoons. I have many bamboo ones that I use all the time. Wooden spoons are THE best.

Linda said...

I love wooden spoons, those are gorgeous. And the little doll bed is adorable ... I'll have to keep that in mind for my youngest who has a birthday coming up.

grendelsmom said...

I do love a wooden spoon, they feel so much better in the hand than plastic! His doll beds are terrific too, but the spoons are really gorgeous.

Kaycee said...

This is stunning! I am trying to convert all of our utensils to wooden ones- they are much safer!!


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Jodi said...

Thanks so much! That spoon is gorgeous! The doll beds in his shop are adorable but I'm really loving the spoons and utensils!

Robyn said...

Wow, what beautiful craftsmanship! I love the ladle as well.
Thanks for the giveaway

Jeff and Mandee said...

Oh I would love to win this!! It is so beautiful and very useful!

mandee220(at)aol(dot)com

Gene Black said...

I love this spoon as well as that mahogany ladle. The tigerwood spoon is pretty also.

Rebel said...

I really would like to win this spoon but it looks almost too pretty to use.

Rebel said...

I really would like to win this spoon but it looks almost too pretty to use.

Shimmy Mom said...

I REALLY need a new wooden spoon, and this one is gorgeous. I also really like the ladle.
*hugs*

Wammy said...

Waht an awesome craft. What talent. I would love to have one of these spoons. Amazing!

Lena said...

Raymond does incredible work. I too love the ladle. Would be happy to use any of his pieces in my kitchen!

rainydaygirl said...

Gorgeous - I love the mahoganey ladle as well. Thanks for introducing us.

karen m. said...

Beautiful spoon and craftsmanship. I would use and display the spoon. Also admire the coffee scoop among the "sold" items. Thank you!

Anya said...

That's so pretty, I think I'd just display it in my kitchen. Thanks for the chance.

Amy said...

This is beautiful! I love wooden spoons...I'd love to win it.

njskog said...

Really like the spoon for giveaway, but love the tigerwood spoon! I just really like carved wooden kitchen things.

Tania Bell said...

Nice enough to put up on a wall as decoration. I really like the ladle too.

KF said...

This would look beautiful with the wooden bowl my sister brought from South Africa! Also, I have to put a plug in for 16 Hands, who advertises on your site. It's a visual delight to stroll through their gallery in Ann Arbor!

nwscrapmom said...

That is so beautiful... not to mention it is my daughter's favorite wood!

katt said...

What a lovely spoon!

Does it help that today is my birthday? So far 40 doesn't seem so bad...

Gramma 2 Many said...

I found you by click on other blogs. Glad I did. Of course I would love to win the ladle. Gotta go look at his site so I can have more chances to win.

Gramma 2 Many said...

It is to late for me to be posting. Must go to bed. What I ment is I would love to win the spoon. After visiting his site, I would love to own the Ladle. Hmmm....wonder if I can justify it.

Maria said...

I was just introduced to purple heart wood this past weekend and I'm definitely in love!

Shelley said...

Never heard of purple heart wood, but it sure is lovely...almost too pretty to use! I do like using wood spoons for my baking/sauteing so this is a very useful tool. I liked the looks of the tiger wood spoon he had too.

Jaye said...

Gorgeous - wuld love to hange with a bunch of our locally-grown lavender.

judybrittle said...

What a nice looking spoon! I also love the doll bed with a duck or elephant. Thank you!