I have a pretty simple project to share with you today.
Tart tin ornaments are very easy to make, and they can be personalized for any Christmas tree color scheme or theme.
For my tart tin ornaments all I needed was a few thrifted items from my stashes… tart tins and some vintage foil and plastic light reflectors.
I have a love for jute twine and always have some on hand.
The first thing to do is drill some holes into the side of the tart tins for the jute twine to go through.
Two holes about 1/4 inch apart is perfect.
I don’t like to make my holes too big, so I usually twist some tape around the ends of the jute twine so it’s easier to pull through.
Here it is all ready to be decorated.
With my handy dandy glue gun I added a red foil light reflector in the centre. I put a plastic reflector with a lovely gold fringe on top.
Then I finished it off with a small vintage glass ball ornament.
And here’s the matching set of three for my family room tree.
A few years ago I made some jello mold ornaments using vintage light reflectors.
And because I’m doing something different in its chicken wire frame for Christmas I took these pink ones off of my Repurposed Tealight Tree Flower Art project.
I simply drilled some holes in them like the set above.
They’ll look nice on my vintage pink themed living room tree.
When the Christmas season is over I’ll simply remove the jute twine and put my flower art piece back together.
I love to make things that can be easily taken apart and put back together.
Don’t forget to pin it!
These tart tin ornaments are pretty simple to make, and the decorative possibilities are really endless.
Thanks so much for reading, and until next time…
keep on keepin’ on!