DIY Patriotic Silverware and Napkin Caddy

Wow Fourth of July is tomorrow! Here is a fun little project to help you celebrate. This was inspired by Ana White’s Soda Crate plans. I modified mine a bit because I wanted to add a section for napkins.

DIY Patriotic silverware Caddy

I used all 1 x 6 wood since I wasn’t creating a handle. I also used some small left over chunks of wood to lift up the napkins a bit.

DIY Patriotic Silverware Caddy_wood

I added 3 1/8″ to the sides to make up for the addition of the napkin space.

DIY Patriotic Silverware Caddy assembly

I painted all the wood white before I assembled it. I used wood glue and some nails to put it together.

1. I used electrical tape to tape off the stripes (it was all I had and I didn’t want to go to the sore…shhh don’t tell the hubby).
2. The stars stencil was made with a star punch and some scrap of paper.
3. After it all dried I gave it a good sanding to distress it and round out the corners a bit.
4. I wanted to tone down the colors, so I just used some brown craft paint that was rubbed on with a wet paper towel.
5. Finally I rubbed a black ink pad all over it.

DIY Patriotic Silverware Caddy painting

DIY Patriotic Silverware Caddy

DIY Patriotic Silverware Caddy

I’m very happy with how it turned out! I hope you liked it too! If you like it, show some love by sharing it, pinning it, liking it or leaving a comment. I love comments! Follow my blog via the links on the right column or via Pinterest and Facebook to keep up with all my projects.

Have a wonderful Fourth of July!

Beca

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Hi There! Thanks for stopping by. I'm Beca and I'm a wife, a mom, a web designer and crafter. I love to create things! It's a way for me to relax and remember my mother who was the most creative and talented person I have ever met. Hugs, Beca

12 responses »

  1. So adorable and creative! Love it! Jenna @ Rain on a Tin Roof

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  2. Cute! It looks so great and I love the spot for the napkins in the middle.

    Kristin
    ExploringDomesticity.blogspot.com

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  3. You’re so creative! ( But I already knew that! 🙂 )

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  4. I just wanted to let you know that I featured your wonderful project on homework. Thanks so much for sharing it on The Inspiration Board. Have a great weekend!
    carolyn
    homework &
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  5. Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co.

    What a cute caddy! Love the stars and stripes!

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  6. so fun! it would be great after holidays, too, to use to organize kids crafts like crayons!

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