Saturday, November 23, 2013

altered bell tart pan ornament


Hello and Happy soon to be Thanksgiving!  Cherry here to share a little tutorial on creating a unique ornament that you can keep for your tree this year or give as a gift. So many fun things that you can alter and put your own creative touch too!  I recently found a few little vintage bell tart pans and decided to create some ornaments from them.  I gathered some goodies including some oh so yummy lace blue seam binding, .  I also gathered up fun embellishments I thought would go well with my shabby blues.    I used my Scor-buddy mini scoring tablet to create an oval rosette and set it aside.  I decided to spray paint my tart pan and than lightly glittered it with mica flakes.  From there I glued my rosette into place and layered with a glitter star and my little girl image with a glass cabochon.  I added some vintage tinsel around the rosette as well. 
To the top of the bell I added heaps of seam bindings, a vintage millinary bird, some little baubles, and a large oversize ring clip that I slid a stamped tag and jingle bell too. From there it is simply ready to wrap or hang on your tree!  I love the soft icy blues and silvers!  Hope you enjoy!  hugs, cherry


  1. WAUW this is so gorgeous. I absolutely LOVE how this has turned out, soooooo beautiful and gorgeous work all the way through this. I LOVE it hun.
    Have a wonderful week-end everyone.

  2. Gorgeous!
    Thanks for sharing!
    Have a nice weekend!

  3. What a beautiful ornament!

    Snoopy :D

  4. So delightfully vintage! I really like the color could leave this up all throughout the winter season. Beautiful!


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