I love to repurpose kitchen stuff into, well, almost anything. This tart tin tree is a quick, easy, and inexpensive project.
Tart tins can be found at thrift stores, garage sales, and even the local dollar store.
For this tree all I needed was 3 small tart tins in varying sizes, two styrofoam balls (the ones I’m using have silver glitter on them just in case they can be seen), and a rhinestone earring… all from my various thrifted stashes.
I glued the styrofoam balls between the tart tins.
When I was done I went into my hardware junk stash and found this threaded thingamabob for the stem, and I glued it on the bottom
Then I simply glued the rhinestone earring on the top and voila.
Done and done.
Took me all of 5 minutes. I could have made a whole forest in half an hour if I had more of the smallest tart tins.
If you wanted it to be permanent I would suggest using E6000 glue, but I like that I can take it apart when the Christmas season is over and use the parts for other things.
You could certainly embellish it any way you want to as well, but I like it just the way it is. Sweet and simple.
Don’t forget to pin it.
Thanks so much for reading, and until next time…
keep on keepin’ on!