May 20, 2013

Giveaway! And the magic of spoons.

About a month ago, I went totally spoon crazy. I bought a hook knife on ebay and a chunk of walnut at the lumber store, and started carving my first spoon. I thought I'd get through one, maybe, then toss it aside, move on, and never carve another spoon in my life, but as you see... apparently that did not happen.




What followed was an inability to put down my hook knife. There was just something about being able to carve hardwood like it was butter, scraping out the inside of the bowl and being left with these long, curled up shavings of walnut, that put my mind at ease. The spiraled shavings looked like chocolate and filled up my work tables and my living room coffee table like I was baking an elaborate cake. I wouldn't even sweep them up, because the more that were there, piling up, the more accomplished I felt. I started calling them Therapy Spoons. Need some head-shrinking? Start carving a spoon instead. Seriously. Do it.



Yes, I carved a LOT of spoons {I've since banned myself from carving more for the time being}. What am I going to do with all of them? Well, I plan on keeping a few, and giving away the rest to friends and family. These spoons are an amazing thing to have on hand -- did someone do something nice for you? Here! Have a spoon! Did a friend invite you over for a really lovely brunch? Here! Have a spoon! Oh what, it's your birthday? Here! Have a spoon!


And then came the whining. Yes! I'm talking about YOU! What's a girl gotta do to carve a spoon around here in peace, eh? There was, ahem, a lot of whimpering that taking pictures of hand carved spoons that were unattainable was insanely unfair. *gasp!* How rude of me! My statements of sorry not for sale were met with both sweet understanding and a bit of WTF. Hey, I get it! I'd be mad too!

So, to appease, I'm giving you a spoon. This spoon, to be exact.


It's carved from reclaimed maple, measures 11.5 inches long, with the bowl measuring 2 inches across. It has no intended purpose, so use it as you wish! Scooping coffee grinds? Stirring something yummy? Sitting in a jar on your counter with your other spoons looking pretty?

This contest is now closed! I will announce a winner later today! Thanks peeps!
TO ENTER: Leave a comment here, not anonymously of course. If you have a name that's fairly common please leave your last name, or something distinguishable, so I'm not left with eight Kate's and fifteen Erin's {ya know what I mean}. Entry will be open for one week, ending Monday, May 27th at 11 am EST. 

TO WIN: I will draw a random number {out of a pretty wooden bowl of course!} and the corresponding comment number will be the winner! I will announce the winner on my blog and on instagram next Monday.

{Oh, and I forgot to add that this is open internationally as well. I'm happy to pay for shipping anywhere unless it is somehow ridiculously expensive! In which case a humble Paypal request will be in order. Capiche?}

Fun Fun! I love giveaways! Good luck all!
Ariele


687 comments:

  1. those spoons are amazing!

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  2. Hegel wants to sit in that spoon. ;-)

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  3. I would love to be the happy owner of this spoon!

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  4. How are you so good at everything!? (Pick me)

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  5. I WOULD TRULY LOVE LOVE LOVE TO OWN THIS THERAPY SPOON ! And I absolutely love your pictures of your carved spoons and your woodworks on instagram. So beautiful! :)

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  6. So lovely - my coffee grinds would love to be scooped by this spoon!

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  7. Love the spoons! Can I see a picture of the knife that was used to carve all these wooden spoons? Hope you wouldn't mind. Love all things wooden :)

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  8. I'd be so happy if I won this "therapy spoon" ! Looks so beautiful (:

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  9. i agree with both the ladies above!

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  10. You're killing me girl! Your spoons are a dream :) thank you for your generosity!

    x dotti dee

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  11. your spoons are exquisite - I would love to own one! I'd display it as a piece of art. <3

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  12. These spoons are gorgeous! I wonder how easy it is for a beginner to make one?

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  13. CupcakePennyMay 20, 2013

    Beautiful work!

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  14. This is a lovely spoon. I'd be so happy to receive it and would put it to good use, often.

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  15. beautiful!! would love to add that to my new kitchen!

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  16. The spoons are amazing! Maybe seeing this one in person will give me a better idea of how to make on myself.

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  17. Such pretty spoons! "therapy spoons" , haha!

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  18. Love love love everything you do!! Your work is so creative and unique. I look forward to your instagrams daily! Thanks for showing everyone girls can rock a bandsaw and nail gun.

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  19. Ah, so beautiful! Thanks for giving one away! :)

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  20. swooning over these spoons!

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  21. Wonderful idea! Thanks for sharing, Ariele.

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  22. These are all very lovely!

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  23. I love that you're doing this! Thank you for being a continual source of beauty and inspiration. :)

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  24. So lovely - I'd be thrilled to give this little darling a good home! xo

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  25. These spoons are crazy beautiful! Once I get past my sewing projects, I might give spoon therapy a try!

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  26. i could really use a therapy spoon today. all of your work is inspiring and lovely.

    -Holly
    braidedfeathers.blogspot.com

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  27. Everything you mke is amazing! Thank you for sharing with us, the whiny ones.

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  28. Nomnomnomnom i want this pretty pretty spoon pretty pretty soon.

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  29. If you ship to Sweden It would be an honor to have one of your spoons!

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  30. beautiful spoon! keeping my fingers crossed :) i'm such a fan of your work and blog!

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  31. Yes! I love these! So simple and clean

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  32. Oh it is gorgeous! I'm really hoping I win!

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  33. Oh yes. I was one of those coveters on IG (though I'm pretty sure I kept my whimpering to myself.) Your work is inspiring, lady.

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  34. These spoons are crazy beautiful! Once I finish sewing projects, I'll have to give spoon therapy a try

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  35. I'm having a major love affair with all kitchen things made of wood--sonod love to add one of these to my growing collection of bowls, cheese boards, and cutting boards!

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  36. I love your work. Very talented

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  37. Gorgeous! And I totally get not wanting to clean up the growing pile of shavings - sometimes a pile of scraps can be such a satisfying visual affirmation!

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  38. LOVE your spoons and would LOVE to win this one!!

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  39. This spoon is lovely! And it would look amazing on my café bench. I really hope I win! Oh, and a lovely shout out to all of your work!

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  40. I love them! I want one :P

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  41. KaliGirlie111May 20, 2013

    I've been following you since you were featured and just live everything that you make. I've been inspired to make more stuff myself and can only hope one day I can make stuff that is as beautiful as yours. I enjoy following you on Instagram especially when we get to see the little fur babies.

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  42. So lovely! Would love to start making "therapy spoons" some day! :)

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  43. Your spoons inspired me to take the hand tools woodworking class at 3rd Ward in Brooklyn to be able to make my own spoons :)

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  44. Could I be so lucky to win?

    I adore your work!

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  45. I love them! I want one :p

    The curves are amazing.

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  46. i don't know if i'll cook with it, or i'll just put it on my wall! :)

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  47. Ahhhh a spoon! Thanks for sharing, cause they are so very pretty. I have wanted one from the moment you started posting them.I love seeking your creative posts on IG. Sharing is carings o thanks for the giveaway! Jess

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  48. Your spoons inspired me to take the hand tools woodworking class at 3rd Ward in Brooklyn, so I could learn to make my own spoons.

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  49. I have been coveting these spoons since you first posted pictures of them. Thanks for this giveaway!

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  50. So kind! Thank you!

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  51. These spoons are so beautifully made. It makes me wish I could do this!! My family and I are starting a collection of wood. We even have a piano shaped wooden cheese board! I would love to add this beautiful spoon to our collection!!

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  52. Those are truly gorgeous. I want ALL THE SPOONS!! But I'll settle for one. :)

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  53. Oh my goodness, this would be a dream! Your spoon-ing has been so fun to follow with all of your beautiful pictures! What a neat giveaway, thanks for the chance to win one! ((and with all the time I spend in the kitchen, this would be a giveaway I could actually use, haha))

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  54. Looking at hook knives now... I want to carve some too!

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  55. Beautiful spoon. I hope to win! All of your work is stunning

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  56. does everything you touch turn to good? jeez louise. xx

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  57. I have always wanted to try my hand at spoons and bowls... I think you've inspired me!
    oh, and i'll gladly take one of yours to add to my collection. :)

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  58. want that spoon, love your dog and wish I had your mad woodworking skills.

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  59. My first apartment needs the best looking spoon in it!

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  60. These spoon are gorgeous!!

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  61. I love the unique-ness of your spoons! Hopefully you pick my number :) marcumem@gmail.com

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  62. Spoon! Cuchara! Yay!!!

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  63. Yay! A giveaway I can't resist! Cheers to you for sharing and giving.

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  64. If I'm the winner, I will display the heck out of that beautiful spoon.

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  65. i'll use this beautiful spoon to make cakes for whom i love! u rock!!

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  66. Just saw your announcement on Instagram and since I love your works, I thought to try my luck.

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  67. Thank you for sharing these your work in such an honest way. I loved reading about how something new became a therapeutic obsession--isn't it great to find passion in unexpected places?!

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  68. I have been obsessed with these since you posted them on instagram! I want. :)

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  69. Absolutely lovely work, Ariele! I'd only be so lucky to win one.

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  70. Hello! Your spoons are so beautiful! If you did sell them I would buy them. I love how you are able to find a part of your art that is so therapeutic for you!

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  71. Tak for denne mulighed. Sådan en flot ske gad jeg godt have. Sender du til Danmark :-)?

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  72. oh i would love to win. your work is beautiful.

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  73. What talent! They are really beautiful.

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  74. My favorite band and utensil in one word: Spoon!

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  75. I love seeing the creative side projects of already talented makers, I know sometimes I need a but if a break from my usual making and will detour into a totally unrelated craft. I think it keeps this fresh and exciting. I love your spoons, love your work! Carve on lady! Xo Kate Ellen

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  76. Beautiful spoons! Also, spoon therapy looks like it's a lot of fun!

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  77. All of your work is amazing but these spoons take the cake. I've been quietly coveting them on IG for ages.

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  78. I've totally enjoyed the pics on IG. Keep them coming.

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  79. Oh wow! Considered this my entry. And now off to find a hook knife. Thanks for yet another inspiring idea.

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  80. Your spoons are amazing, as well as everything else you do! I would love to add this spoon to my growing collection of beautiful things!

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  81. absolutely love your spoons, i've been obsessed with them on IG! i'd love to make my own as well.

    i have a friend that also makes spoons, not by carving it out, but by letting small chunks of charcoal slowly burn out the "bowl" part. Which then determines the shape of the spoon and also leaving a nice charred interior. really interesting process.

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  82. So lovely! Would make everything yummier!

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  83. Your spoons (and everything else you create) are amazing! It would be an honor to have one!

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  84. My spoon is too big. My spoon, is TOO BIG!

    Beautiful!

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  85. Wow and yay! :) Thanks for sharing these wonderful pics. These spoons are lovely and so are you (and all your pictures - love them all). So inspiring!

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  86. I've been admiring these beauties on Instagram for a while now, thank you so much for posting the giveaway/sharing your process. Maybe I'll finally go pick up my own hook knife now :)

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  87. I love it, yay! Pick me!

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  88. spoons! i want! it's beautiful.

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  89. This will sound silly, but these look like very delicate birds (spoonbirds?), i can't help but think they are going to fly away any minute.

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  90. All of your spoons are just lovely!

    Mary G.

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  91. I've been admiring these beauties on instagram for a while now...maybe now I'll finally pick up my own hook knife :) thanks so much for sharing...so inspiring!

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  92. My girlfriend loves cooking and this spoon is going straight to her if this comment wins. I know she'll love it and use it forever.

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  93. While all of your work is lovely, I have had a new found love of wooden spoons since you starting posting pics of them :)

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  94. Ohhh these are the most beautiful spoons I have ever seen. I would be so thrilled to win!!! You are incredibly talented.

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  95. your work is incredible! much respect and admiration over here.

    @ejshaughnessy
    http://ejshaughnessy.tumblr.com/

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  96. Just a SPOON full of sugar makes the medicine go down. Love, love the soul and love that goes into one spoon:)

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    1. oops...should not be typing on iphone at work...oops...Just a SPOON full of sugar makes the medicine go down....great now my boss just saw me typing on the computer...

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  97. Yesssss!
    I have been admiring these spoons since your first one. They look fantastic. x

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  98. I love some of these comments..."spoon me" is my fav! haha. As always...lovely work Ariele!

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  99. Holy Cow, these are gorgeous!

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  100. meghan reillyMay 20, 2013

    You are a huge inspiration, everything you touch turns to beautiful. Thanks for the opportunity!

    much love..

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  101. I am in love, love, love with your creations.

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  102. You are amazingly talented and i stalk your blog and instagram. thanks for sharing a spoon! I hope to be the lucky number drawn from a beautiful bowl!!

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  103. Jaime LynMay 20, 2013

    Your work is beautiful, would love to own some of it!

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  104. Love it! Now I want to start making my own...

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  105. If I had one of those spoons I think I'd take it with me everywhere like Linus' blanket! And absent-mindedly run my finger along it.

    p.s: I love how you write!

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    1. Emily GarlandMay 20, 2013

      Ariele, these are beautiful! They have a very advanced Waldorf quality to them. I love seeing all your beautiful work, it's truly amazing but not surprising at all!

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  106. I would be ecstatic to have one of your gorgeous carved spoons!

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  107. You're my biggest source of inspiration and I can't wait to someday make a living from woodworking like you! I'd love to have one of your spoons, it would definitely serve as a swift kick in the rear to get moving on making my dreams a reality every day. They're all so beautiful!

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  108. beautiful spoons (everything you make is beautiful)!

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  109. I'm in love with these spoons for so long time! They are amazing!

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  110. What a great activity to produce beautiful, quality items! Love it!

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  111. Love these! What a generous give away.

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  112. Love your work! I admire all things done by hand with slow, careful attention. You've made something beautiful and practical.

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  113. I know my chances are slim but I would love to own something you made! I would love to have one of your spoons (until I can scrounge up the money to buy a table from you!)

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  114. What amazing spoons! I would love one!

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  115. Hey ill take it! Don't mind if I do:)

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  116. Your spoons are beautiful! How wonderful to stumble into a project you enjoy so much, and what lucky friends to be on the receiving end! Are carving spoons something one with a mediocre wood shop could do? Do you have any tutorial link recs? :) Thanks!

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  117. I adore your quirky spoons and since I can't yet get my dream table, it would be nice to have a piece of Ariele Alasko in my home.

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  118. Your creations (and your animal friends!) are so beautiful, and inspire me to set aside time to work on my own projects. It would be an honor to win one of your spoons! Be well, and thank you for giving us a window into your studio, and the beautiful things you create :)

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  119. i just need this spoon. i have never seen a prettier one. i would cook everything with it. pretty sure food would taste even better with it.
    SPOOOONLOOOVE!!!

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  120. Hooray for giveaways! Thank you for the opportunity :)

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  121. These are incredible!

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  122. These are so beautiful!

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  123. I would so love a wooden spoon from you, this last pic spoon to be exact! /maria

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  124. Hooray for giveaways! Thank you for the opportunity :)

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  125. It's very cool of you to do this giveaway! Your spoons are lovely and you make it sound so easy. It makes me want to get one of those hook knives and try one, or twenty, myself!
    ali.designalicious@gmail.com

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  126. Rebeka L.May 20, 2013

    uuuuu What a spooon !!

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  127. Just perfect. No need to ban yourself from doing these beautiful things :)

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  128. love those! i love that you are so sweet with your giveaways. hope your kitty is enjoying his new doggie pal!

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  129. i would love to have your spoon. It looks so charming and fragile. I definetely will take care of her and defend from evil!

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  130. Just perfect. There's no need to ban yourself from doing these beautiful things :)

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  131. I'm crossing my fingers! I'd love to give this beautiful spoon a good home ;) There is nothing better than handmade treasures!

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  132. I'm having serious spoon envy. It would look great on my wall of wooden butter molds, Welsh Love Spoons, dutch cookie molds, etc. I need it.

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  133. Lisa LynnMay 20, 2013

    I would love to have one of your works in my home!

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  134. Sarah WattersMay 20, 2013

    Finally a chance to have one of your beautiful spoons!! They are seriously amazing.

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  135. Now I'm tempted to try making one on my own. They are beautiful!

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  136. A spoon for Sam Friedman!

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  137. i'm a fan! i wish i could order me some wooden beauties. but since i can't, here's my chance ;) Katia R

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  138. Oh spoons! I don't usually enter giveaways but this one's just too lovely to pass up. And maybe, just maybe, one day these will actually be made for sale? totally hopeful here.

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  139. I loveeee your work! Everything is so beautiful!

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  140. I would love this! Your work is really inspiring. :)

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  141. Yes, please! So pretty.

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  142. i love your spoons and next week when my exams are over i will definitely try to make one by myself. if you ship to finland i would more than happy to win this spoon! :)

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  143. Crossing my fingers! I'd love to give this beautiful spoon a good home ;) Handmade treasures are the best!

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  144. hello Ariele, big fan of your work and would thus (obviously) die for one of your neatly carved spoons. so pleaaaase pick me (randomly) !

    Ida

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  145. You are very talented. . I would love to have a piece of your art/work..

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  146. beautiful as always, and yes please! xx

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  147. Your style is very influential! All of your work motivates me to really take the time and put all of my love into my own projects. I love these spoons and I LOVE looking at pics of the new pup of your instagram! :)
    -Arielle

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  148. Have loved spoons for year ever since receiving my great aunt Lucy's spoon collection. I would love to add one of your beautiful spoons to my collection. Here's to chance! Either way, thank you for being an example for me, an artist, to continue working on her craft & to make beautiful things. -Colleen RJ Clement (Instagram @clemencejoy)

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  149. Simple and lovely as always!

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  150. AnonymousMay 20, 2013

    I love love your work and would love even more to own a small piece of art from you. Pick me! Pick me! :)

    Christina Smith
    Folsom, CA

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  151. Oh my, how lovely! I admire all your work, and I intend to one day purchase a wall panel from you.

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  152. Beautiful, beautiful...dreaming of trying to carve my own!

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  153. I want to be a carpenter so badly!

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  154. So in love with your spoons, Ariele. Crossing my fingers! xx

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  155. I've been following you on instagram and I can definitely say I have coveted a few of your spoons. They are gorgeous.

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  156. holy hell, i may need to try this myself. in the meantime, i'm in the drawing!

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  157. I can certainly see how spoon-carving could be relaxing. I've never carved anything in my life but reading this makes me want to give it a try.

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  158. Your work is amazing! I love it
    Alexis K Turano

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  159. Wow! Congratuations! How long does it take you? And wow how many people commented already! I still give it a try - because this spoon would be a shining queen in the slowly growing collection of beautiful useful unique things around my house. Katharina from Germany

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  160. Yay spoons!!! I especially love the ones that look like harry potter wands! But who could say 'no' to any spoon, ever?

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  161. gorgeous spoon. i know it's wood, but it seems so fragile...love the thin organic handle. great job...if i could make spoons that pretty i wouldn't be able to stop either!

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  162. I want to hold this spoon and look at it everyday! Fingers crossed! Thanks!

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  163. I love it!! Your work is inspiring :)

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  164. Your work is absolutely incredible!

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  165. I work with metal and find your work so inspiring! You are one of the artists that had made me want to learn about woodworking lately. Maybe I should pick up spoon carving....

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  166. Wow! Congratulations. How long does it take you? And wow how many people commented already. I still give it a try because this spoon would be a jewel in my slowly growing collection of beautiful useful unique thing aroud my house. Katharina from Germany

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  167. Julien BoisseauMay 20, 2013

    Wow! Beautiful!

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  168. AnonymousMay 20, 2013

    Been loving all of your work and admiring your spoons on IG for awhile now. It would be an honor to have one.
    -Chiara

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  169. My grandfather made wooden bowls and tongs, but never spoons! I wish this was something he had done :)

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  170. I never knew a spoon could be so beautiful! :) Also, I may or may not have been one of those whiners you were talking about. Haha I've got my fingers crossed for this one!

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  171. Wow! Your spoons are all so beautiful (as is all of your work, I should say).

    Thanks for this giveaway!

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  172. emily gouldMay 20, 2013

    LOVE the spoons. LOVE them.

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  173. got a lot of things to spoon.

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  174. They are very cool spoons. I didn't even know I liked Spoons till you started posting them.
    Thanks
    John Scarbrough / instagram @jscarbro

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  175. YAY spoons! So excited you've decided to do a giveaway!

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  176. The works of your hands are simply beautiful & inspiring! Cheers to spoon-loving!

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  177. How lovely of you. These are wonderful and beautiful!

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  178. Beautiful spoons! Would look lovely in my kitchen. -Alison L

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  179. LucretiaMay 20, 2013

    Wow, I've never thought about carving a spoon and now it's all I want to do! Beautiful spoons.

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  180. lovely AND therapeutic!! win.

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  181. Here are some spoonerisms for you: A blushing crow // A crushing blow, You have hissed all my mystery lectures // You have missed all my history lectures, A shoving leopard // A loving Shepherd, and finally my favorite: A well-boiled icicle // A well-oiled bicycle! I hope I win! —Cara Llewellyn (@llewllewtoo)

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  182. Beautiful spoon and had no idea how large there were!? Would be honored to have this spoon!

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  183. Absolutely gorgeous! Well done!

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  184. Obligatory comment! I'd sure love to scoop some coffee in that spoon.

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  185. Benjamin HoleMay 20, 2013

    I'm convinced I could feed the pet lambs with this spoon somehow
    ... ;) beautiful work as always Ariele

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