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dyed cutleryAn arty way to serve party food, and perfect therapy for the cheeky bohemian in each of us. We used an eco-friendly Kraft food box, a strip of adhesive rhinestone gems, blue food colouring, twine and a set of wooden cutlery.

dyed cutlery and food boxProcess: Dilute food colouring in cold water, and using prongs, dip in each piece of cutlery. Hold for several seconds then place on a paper towel to soak up excess water, then leave to dry on a ceramic dish. You can also just dip in the handles instead of the whole utensil.

dyed cutlery and food boxOnce dry, bling the handles with a few small adhesive rhinestones. Bundle the cutlery together and tie with twine, then wind a couple of times around the snack box and knot in a bow. Personalise by adding a name tag using a small luggage label.

Find Kraft snack boxes at julie rose party co here, and wooden cutlery here.

Bon appetit.

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