30.6.10






Ladles, or spoons. What would you say is the correct english word for it?
I got this nice book from Lena the other day, about cutting in wood.
Got me started again. Some of the others.




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33 comments:

tracey said...

spoons. ladles look like this:
http://www.google.ca/images?q=ladle&oe=utf-8&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a&um=1&ie=UTF-8&source=og&sa=N&hl=en&tab=wi

Fine Little Day said...

Oh, thanks Tracey!

Harriet said...

oh i adore the spoon lady with her turquoise bow!

Kylie said...

I love your spoon collection :) They are spoons because ladles are the deep round ones with the stick at right angles to the scooping part ;) Kx

Kickcan and Conkers said...

yep, definitely spoons. Lovely!

blue china studio said...

These are so cute. Also like the brown flowered one too!

Jennifer said...

I really love your spoon collection.

At the moment I only own one wooden spoon, you have inspired me to decorate it. Hopefully soon I will have a bigger spoon family.

Hege Evensen said...

Denne tanken har aldri slått meg... Men fin personlighet har de fått:)

God idé!

Ville kanskje være noe til barnas dukke teater...

Yanyan said...

Love them! I should have ordered them together with Mr. Apple Papple. By the way it has arrived today, thank you so much. I will find a nice frame and hang it to Landon's room this weekend! Yanyan

Bonnie said...

Your spoons have exactly the faces I want to see every day of my life. I love them so much they make me want to cry because I don't have them in my kitchen!

kristina - no penny for them said...

they are growing into a big family - yay!

Louise said...

I would say 'big spoons', that is the technical term in my house! I love your big spoons, it's impossible to be sad with such cheeky little spoon faces smiling at you!

erika said...

Your spoons are really nice, they make me smile. By the way I just bought the Flow holiday issue with some of the colouring pages of you(studio violet) So nice to see them in a dutch magazine!!

la casita said...

The prettiest spoon collection!
I bet is very relaxing to make them, isn't it?
xoxo

teddybearswednesday said...

I love your face spoons so much !

Fine Little Day said...

la casita, yes it's very relaxing, meditative. I could do this kind of stuff for the rest of my life it feels like. Sit in a rocking chair on a porch, cutting wood, painting and playing. Just need that summer house first ;)

gini said...

just call them the cutest sPOOns ever!!!
! )

gini

Bea said...

It´s the same... They are lovely anyway...

elatsyrk said...

Those are so cute!

nina said...

spoons indeed :)

amy w said...

You reminded me of something we used to say when we were little. Instead of saying "ladies and gentlemen" we'd say "ladles and jellyspoons" and crack up like it was the funniest thing ever. I think perhaps the saying was coined by Roald Dahl? Anyway, I think it'd be a great name for your collection :)

Ransacked Goods said...

Nicely done, I love them!!

connie said...

i say, spadles :). well, yeah, they're spoons. and adorable at that!

zit... said...

the y are sooo cute!
you are making an amazing collection

:D

Sammi said...

Spoons, awesome wooden spoons. A ladle is like what you use to serve soup, and what not, I think.

Carmel said...

Oh, they're spoons. But they're not! They're people.

Nantucket Mermaid said...

They are Lady Spoons!A fun idea... These are swell, too.http://burnedfurniture.blogspot.com/ Do you know of her?

Fine Little Day said...

Nantucket Mermaid, no I didin't know about Burned Furniture. Fun tip!

Thanks for nice comments folks :)

Sundari said...

I just call them wooden spoons. Ladles are for soup I think. But I would call these ones spoon-people, they are so cute!

MUS said...

very funny!
i like playing with food

happy weekend it is warm but raining here

A Merry Mishap said...

Great spoons, I love how they are each so unique.

:)

Linda said...

Delightful spoons! What a fun idea.

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love these! I really love your style.

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