{Top Ten} Ways to Use a Silverware Caddy

Sometimes you get something and it’s just too cool to use exclusively for its intended purpose.  Ya know?  That’s how I feel about the Give Thanks Wooden Caddy I received recently from Dayspring.   It’s absolutely gorgeous … and so I decided to figure out some ways to use it beyond the obvious.   I did find quite a few!

1.  The Obvious

image from www.dayspring.com

2.  A Cornucopia

Thanksgiving Cornucopia
3.  Candles

Thanksgiving Candles

4.  Dish Rags

Thanksgiving Kitchen

5.  Art Supplies

Thanksgiving Crafts

6.  Facecloths

Thanksgiving decor

7.  Flowers

Thanksgiving Floral Decor

8.  Bookend

Thanksgiving Decor

9.  Remote Control Caddy

10.  Jewelry Display

Jewelry Organization

I love November … the weather is really cooling off here in North Alabama and the thoughts of spending time with family over the holidays have moved from wistful dreaming to concrete planning.    November is when we are intentional about giving thanks, recognizing the many blessings the Lord has poured upon us, and, for me, focusing on what matters for eternity- people.   I love this season … and I love products that gently refocus me.   I’m thankful for companies like Dayspring for creating quality products that allow us to bring Scripture and grace and beauty into our homes.

So, which of my ideas did you like best?   And, what would you add to my list?

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Give Thanks - Wooden Caddy

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{by the way, i am a dayspring affiliate so any purchases you make through these links will lead to a small commission for me.  also, dayspring graciously sent me the caddy to review … the opinions and crazy ideas however are all mine.}

30 Replies to “{Top Ten} Ways to Use a Silverware Caddy”

  1. You are so fun! I want one of those now! SO CUTE.

    1. Teri Lynne Underwood says: Reply

      I really do love it … and I knew there were so many uses for it. I’m not really a silverware caddy sort of person. 🙂

  2. How about in the bathroom with makeup brushes and lip gloss? Might have to put a piece of styrofoam in the bottom so the brushes/glosses will be seen. Also, in the kitchen with tall/thin oil & vinegar crusts. I love this!!

    1. Teri Lynne Underwood says: Reply

      Love those ideas! You would have to put something in the bottom … the caddy is deep!

  3. All great ideas! I especially love the candles and the bookend idea. It’s always awesome to find a product that has multiple uses.
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    1. Teri Lynne Underwood says: Reply

      Yes, and I love experimenting to find new ideas!

  4. The practical side of me says for silverware and FOR SURE the remote controls BUT…the impractical side of me likes the jewelry display just for the beauty! How creative of you – good ideas!!!

    1. Teri Lynne Underwood says: Reply

      I left it as the jewelry display … I love it on my dresser and especially love the juxtaposition of its rustic look with the femininity of my grandmother’s milkglass next to it.

  5. This was great – loved it! I love being organized and when I can do with something that is so pretty, that is even better! I liked a lot of the ideas but I think my favorites were the candles, art supplies and remotes! The bookend was cool too – which was great b/c then it can be combined with another idea, like flowers! Thanks for the great ideas!

    1. Teri Lynne Underwood says: Reply

      Stephanie, it is a great product … I’m trying to decide how to use it at Thanksgiving with the whole family … I have a few more ideas. 🙂

  6. Fun post! I love the bookend idea, too. Is it big enough it could be used as a “mail sorter” at the entryway table?

    I’m not a big decorator, but I LOVE the meaning by DaySpring’s products. What blessings.
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    1. Teri Lynne Underwood says: Reply

      Caroline, I don’t think the slots are wide enough for envelopes. But it could hold keys and sunglasses, etc.

  7. this is a GREAT post…made me smile all the way through :). Now, to add cute wooden caddy to Christmas list (laughing) Happy day to you!

    1. Teri Lynne Underwood says: Reply

      Oh thank you, Annette! You have make me smile. 🙂

  8. Great ideas! I’ll be linking to your post in my review tomorrow. You came up with many more ideas for the Give Thanks Caddy than I could! I especially like the bookend idea.
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    1. Teri Lynne Underwood says: Reply

      Thanks, Rachel!! Looking forward to reading your post. 🙂

  9. I love your blog, and I love this review! I too received the caddy to blog about, and your caddy review is my favorite! 🙂 So glad to have found your blog through incourage – I’m new to the incourage community, and I absolutely love it! Blessings to you 🙂

  10. stopping by dayspring’s inspired deals page. love all these great ideas!
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  11. I’m not really a silver-ware caddy kind of person either so I must admit while I thought that was a nice looking piece by Dayspring I questioned it’s purpose in my home. I am however an everything in it’s place kind of girl and I love the idea of using it as a remote caddy. Thanks for the inspiration!

  12. Ooh. Remote caddy! I like.

  13. That was totally creative and fun!

    I loved the use for art supplies and as a bookend (maybe you could use it to store bookmarks inside. We seem to always misplace ours!) 🙂

  14. New follower…Stopping by from Inspired Deals Reviews to say “Hi.” Growing Old With Grace http://growing-old-with-grace.blogspot.com/. Hugs, GraceinAZ

    1. Teri Lynne Underwood says: Reply

      Thank you for stopping by!! 🙂
      Nice to “meet” you.

  15. Shari@Rain into Rainbows says: Reply

    I have to say, I would totally display flowers in it. Is that not the cutest?!!

    (And another new follower here as well. I’m stopping by from Rachel’s Cranberry Tea Time http://www.cranberryteatime.com. She’s a doll baby!)
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    1. Teri Lynne Underwood says: Reply

      Thanks, Shari! I *think* I’m going to use it for flowers on my Thanksgiving buffet table … but I really did like it as a cornucopia also … dilemma!!

  16. […] the verse I shared above?  It’s on the amazing Give Thanks Wooden Caddy from Dayspring that I reviewed last week.   Dayspring has such amazing products that help us refocus on the things that really matter […]

  17. Just linked to this post. . .wanted to show my readers all the creative ways to use DaySpring’s caddy. Found you in the inspired deals page. . can’t wait to look around!!

    1. Teri Lynne Underwood says: Reply

      Aww, thanks, Su! I do love Dayspring!!

  18. Love this post!! I already ordered the caddy- just because it is so cute and what a deal….but wasn’t sure when I would use it, besides maybe once a year. Well, you just blew that thought out of the water! I love the remote holder for everyday and the flowers for decorating. I may just go back and order another 🙂

    1. Teri Lynne Underwood says: Reply

      Yay! I love mine … and am thinking about ordering for myself too.

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