Old Tart Tin Ornaments

Lady Behind The Curtain - Old Tart Tin Ornament

I have had these tarts for over 20 years.  And they served me well but it was time to retire them.  I love the look of them so I decided to make some of them into ornaments.  I love re purposing old items.  It makes for a more homey look and feel.  Make these cute ornaments and give as party favors, a hostess gift or a teachers gift!

Old Tart Tin Ornament Supplies

tart tins

wire

drill

fake snow

irredescent glitter (sprinkled on the wet fake snow)

super glue ( for the trees)

assorted decorations ( fabric, wooden signs, wooden letters, small trees)

Lady Behind The Curtain - Old Tart Tin Ornament

Driections

These are so easy!  It’s all about you and what you like!  Start by drilling your holes.

Lady Behind The Curtain - Old Tart Tin Ornament

Thread throw the wire and using pliers twist the wire on the back side into curls so that the wire will stay.

Lady Behind The Curtain - Old Tart Tin Ornament

Then get busy creating!  NOTE:  I found the mini trees  and fake snow at Michael’s.  For the snow speckled look; put some white paint on a tooth brush and flick the paint on.

Lady Behind The Curtain - Old Tart Tin Ornament

Lady Behind The Curtain - Old Tart Tin Ornament

Lady Behind The Curtain - Old Tart Tin Ornament

Lady Behind The Curtain - Old Tart Tin Ornament

Lady Behind The Curtain - Old Tart Tin Ornament

Lady Behind The Curtain - Old Tart Tin Ornament

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CLOTHS PIN ORNAMENTS

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Christmas-thank-you


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