It’s hard to believe that it’s that time of the month again for Farmhouse Hens! This month it’s all about Christmas Ornaments and we have all been super busy making some to share with you. If you have been following me for a while you know I have a thing for music sheets! So I’m sharing some Farmhouse Christmas Tart Tin Tree Ornaments using them.
Farmhouse Christmas Tart Tin Tree Ornaments
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- Mini Rectangle Tart Tins – I found these little cuties at Kmart Australia. You could always use round ones too.
- Music Sheets
- Red Butchers Twine
- Various Christmas goodies to pop in your tins. I found the little trees and Kmart and all of the other goodies at the Dollar Shop. Candy Cane pipe cleaners were from Spotlight Australia.
- Mod Podge
- Paint Brush
- Glue Gun
- Drill and Drill piece
Step 1 – Lay your music sheets on a flat surface. Grab your tin and pencil. Then trace around the base of the tin and cut out. Pending on the size of your jute take your drill and make a hole in the top of the tin.
Step 3 – Brush some mod podge onto the bottom of the cake tin. Pop in your music sheet cut out and firmly press down making sure the sheet has adhered to the tin. Let Dry.
Glueing time – Step 4 – Using your glue gun start glueing down your embellishments.
Step 4 – Add some butchers twine or jute bows.
Step 4 – Make a loop of jute for the hanger and poke through your drilled hole.
And that’s it!! You’re all done and they are ready to hang on your tree, dress up your Christmas present wrapping or give away as a gift! If your a bit stretched for time and don’t have time to make them, you can find them over in my shop!
Be sure to pop on over to the other Farmhouse Hens to see what they have been busy doing!
Happy Ornament Making!
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