When I found a set of vintage mini tin tart molds in a thrift store, I bought them not knowing what I’d end up using them for. I just knew they only had a 10% chance of being used to make tiny tartlets.
Instead of making it to the kitchen, the tins were used to make a simple fall craft project, a garland with printable typewriter keys.
This is the easiest craft project I’ve created in a while. The best thing is, I can take it apart and reuse the tart molds later on.
Supplies for making the garland:
Tart tins (mine are about 2-1/4″ wide at the opening and 1-1/4″ wide at the base).
Free printable typewriter keys found on Altered Artifacts
White cardstock paper
Masking tape or double-sided sticky tape
I hot glued the twine about mid-way on the side of the tin molds and spaced them apart evenly.
Next, I enlarged the printable by 40%, cut out the 1″ circles and attached them with masking tape.
Quick and easy, and I can repurpose the tart molds at Christmas time. I’m thinking they’d make adorable ornaments. But if I happen to take up tart-making, I promise I’ll share the recipe with you, too. 🙂 As a mom of 3 boys, I’m more likely to be making cake, cookies or brownies.
Our summer was so mild this year that fall snuck up on me. Have you started any fall decorating projects?
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