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DIY Vintage Farmhouse Style Baking Tin Ornaments – 2017 Ornament Exchange

DIY vintage farmhouse style baking tin ornaments kreativk.net

Welcome to the 2017 Ornament Exchange & Blog Hop! This year, there are 47 amazing bloggers participating in the exchange. The rules of the challenge were simple: be partnered with a fellow blogger, create a handmade ornament for $15 or under, create a tutorial, and ship the ornament off to a new home!

I am so excited about this and even more when I found out that I got Sam from Raggedy Bits as my Ornament Exchange Partner!!! We have a similar style so it wasn’t very hard for me to make ornaments for her. And Sam loves everything Vintage Farmhouse, so I made her these DIY Vintage Farmhouse Style Baking Tin Ornaments. I hope she’ll like them, what do you think?? 

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2017 Ornament Exchange and Blog Hop

 

Meet the 2017 Ornament Exchange Hosts

Erlene ⋅ My Pinterventures   Kim · Made In A Day   Amanda · Domestically Creative

Shirley · Intelligent Domesticatons   Michelle · Our Crafty Mom

Beverly · Across the Blvd.   Christene · Key to Inspiration   Pili ⋅ My Sweet Things

Nicki · Sweet Parrish Place   Megan · C’mon Get Crafty

Hilary · Raising Fairies and Knights   Emily · Two Purple Couches

Tina · One Crafty Mess   Marie · The Inspiration Vault   Debra · Shoppe No. 5

Trisha · Rosewood and Grace   Jeanie · Create and Babble   Katrin ⋅ Kreativ K

Terri · Christmas Tree Lane   Maureen · Red Cottage Chronicles

Toni ⋅ Small Home Soul   Ula ⋅ Lulu & Celeste   Sue ⋅ A Purdy Little House

Pamela · Home On The Corner   Lorelai Life with Lorelai   Cindy ⋅ DIY Beautify

Debbie ⋅ Tweak and Style   Stephanie ⋅ Swoodson Says   Chelc ⋅ Inside the Fox Den

Susan ⋅ Super Mom – No Cape!   Molly ⋅ Just a Little Creativity

Roseann ⋅ This Autoimmune Life   Angela ⋅ Simply Beautiful by Angela

Vicki and Jenn ⋅ 2 Bees in a Pod   Joanne ⋅ Our Unschooling Journey

Tylynn ⋅ Bitterroot DIY   Sam ⋅ Raggedy Bits   Mary ⋅ The Boondocks Blog

Cyn ⋅ Creative Cynchronicity   Dione ⋅ Clever Chameleon Quilting

Erica ⋅ Erica Ever After   Chelsea ⋅ Love Paper Crafts   Evija ⋅ From Evija with Love

Samantha ⋅ Little Bits of Home   Hope ⋅ Hopes Crafty Niche   Anne ⋅ Orange Bettie

Pam · P.S. I Love You Crafts


DIY Vintage Farmhouse Style Baking Tin Ornaments 




 What I’ve used:

mini baking tins

crochet lace ribbon, similar here

free Christmas words printable available here

thin translucent sheet

thin silver tinsel

 

DIY vintage farmhouse style baking tin ornaments kreativk.net

 

TIP: The baking tins were too shiny and brand new looking, so, the first thing I did was rub the baking tins with white vinegar and let sit for a day. Repeat one or two times until you get the desired patina and vintage look.

I printed out the words in one of my favourite fonts.

1. The easiest way to get the words centered is to just turn around a tin, place the print on top of it and rub against the tin until the shape is visible. Then cut out!

2. Use the previously cut out words as a pattern for the translucent paper and cut out as well.

 

DIY vintage farmhouse style baking tin ornaments kreativk.net

 

3.  First glue word circles into tins and then cover with translucent circles. They will have a nice off white look.

4.  Cut tinsel into little strips and glue inside the tins around the words.

5. Turn around tins and stick on the crochet lace ribbon using hot glue.

DIY vintage farmhouse style baking tin ornaments kreativk.net

 

All done!

 

DIY vintage farmhouse style baking tin ornaments kreativk.net

 

 

DIY vintage farmhouse style baking tin ornaments kreativk.net

 

 

DIY vintage farmhouse style baking tin ornaments kreativk.net

 

 

DIY vintage farmhouse style baking tin ornaments kreativk.net

 

 

DIY vintage farmhouse style baking tin ornaments kreativk.net

 

 

Sharing is caring, please pin this for later! Thanks!!

What do you think, will Sam love these?? I sure hope so! Well, I can’t wait to see what she made for me and also all the other ladies’ creations! Make sure to check them all out as well.

Also, come back to see where I put hers in my home!


FIND ALL 47 HANDMADE ORNAMENT TUTORIALS BELOW AND SHARE YOURS TOO! Use Hashtag #2017OrnamentExchange so we can see your creations on social media.


 

 

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48 Comments

  • Reply
    Keri Roberts
    02/12/2017 at 20:22

    Katrin, these baking tin ornaments are beautiful!! I’m sure Sam will love these for her tree.

    • Reply
      Katrin
      04/12/2017 at 19:20

      Thanks so much Keri!

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    Michelle - Happy Heart™ LLC
    28/11/2017 at 16:53

    These a simply beautiful Katrin…thanks for sharing!!!

    • Reply
      Katrin
      01/12/2017 at 07:17

      Thank you so much Michelle 🙂

  • Reply
    Megan
    28/11/2017 at 03:36

    I love these! Those mini tins are such a great base for a farmhouse ornament!

    • Reply
      Katrin
      01/12/2017 at 07:15

      Thank you so much Megan!

  • Reply
    Debbie Lynn Pearl
    26/11/2017 at 02:08

    Such clever idea to turn those tins into ornaments! I love that it is vintage and fresh looking too! Stopped by from the exchange…so nice to meet you:) Pinned!

    • Reply
      Katrin
      26/11/2017 at 09:13

      I’m happy you like them, Thank you so much for stopping by Debbie 🙂

  • Reply
    CraftyHope
    21/11/2017 at 21:25

    Ohmygoodness!! Your ornaments are so, so lovely! I’m so pleased that I happened to stumble across them as I’m working on a DIY ornament roundup myself (for inspiration) and am going to include these. I’ll be linking right back here to you. I hope that’s ok!!

    • Reply
      Katrin
      22/11/2017 at 07:06

      Oh of course, Thank you so much, I’m happy you like them!!

  • Reply
    Dione Gardner-Stephen
    21/11/2017 at 12:02

    Marvellous ornament and tutorial! I know it’s been said but the vinegar trick is genius. Who’d have thought? Adding this one to my list!

    • Reply
      Katrin
      21/11/2017 at 21:58

      Thank you so much I appreciate it Dione!!

  • Reply
    Kim~madeinaday
    20/11/2017 at 21:32

    How beautiful! They look store bought. I think I need some mini tins now!!
    Kim

    • Reply
      Katrin
      21/11/2017 at 21:55

      Thanks Kim 🙂

  • Reply
    Ellen
    20/11/2017 at 19:19

    Lovely! A totally awesome photo tutorial on the art of making ornaments from simple items. It transforms the novice into a pro. The vinegar trick is amazing, even knowing that it is an acid would not make me think of it. Thank-you!

    • Reply
      Katrin
      21/11/2017 at 21:54

      These were really fun to put together and yes, the vinegar worked wonders, haha! Thanks friend 🙂

  • Reply
    Emily
    20/11/2017 at 05:27

    Katrin, I absolutely adore these ornaments!! Whenever I come across mini baking tins, I want to bring them all home with me, but never know how I’d use them. Now I know 😉 And I never knew about the vinegar trick to age them – I’ve got to remember that!

    • Reply
      Katrin
      21/11/2017 at 21:52

      You’re so sweet, Thanks Emily!!

  • Reply
    Linda Terry
    19/11/2017 at 14:04

    Katrin, you already know I love these! So clever to use the vinegar!

    • Reply
      Katrin
      21/11/2017 at 21:52

      Aw Thanks so much Linda!!

  • Reply
    Amanda | Domestically Creative
    18/11/2017 at 18:44

    Wow how creative are these?! I would love to have a set on my tree! And thank you for the tip on the vinegar, I had no idea! Now I want to age all.the.things.
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    • Reply
      Katrin
      18/11/2017 at 18:52

      Thank you so much Amanda!! hahaha, yes that’s what I thought when I tried this vinegar thing, what else could be vintage, lol!

  • Reply
    Tanya Derrey Bingham
    17/11/2017 at 23:53

    These are GORGEOUS Katrin!! I love them so much 🙂

    xo, Tanya
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    • Reply
      Katrin
      18/11/2017 at 13:06

      I’m so happy you like them Tanya, that means a lot!

  • Reply
    Pamela Smith
    17/11/2017 at 22:17

    HI Katrin! I love your ornament! You always come up with great ideas!
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    • Reply
      Katrin
      18/11/2017 at 13:05

      Thanks so much Pamela, that made me so happy 🙂

  • Reply
    Pili
    17/11/2017 at 21:51

    I saw them on the thumbnail and thought they were lovely!! Sam is going to love them, that is sure!
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    • Reply
      Katrin
      18/11/2017 at 13:05

      Thank you Pili, I’m happy you like these!

  • Reply
    Julia - Vintage with Laces
    17/11/2017 at 15:36

    They’re beautiful, Katrin! I love the rust you created with the vinegar. I’m sure Sam will be excited to receive those lovely ornaments.

    • Reply
      Katrin
      18/11/2017 at 13:05

      Thank you SO much Julia!!

  • Reply
    Debrashoppeno5
    17/11/2017 at 15:00

    These are so lovely. And yes you and Sam are the perfect pairing. Thanks for the tip about the white vinegar. It is good to know.

    • Reply
      Katrin
      18/11/2017 at 18:28

      Thanks so much Debra, I think so too, we were great partners 🙂 And yes, Vinegar is just great for anything, haha!

  • Reply
    Beverly
    17/11/2017 at 14:45

    These are lovely, Katrin! They look perfect for a farmhouse look for the holidays. Pinned.
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    • Reply
      Katrin
      18/11/2017 at 18:27

      Thanks so much Beverly!!

  • Reply
    Erlene
    17/11/2017 at 13:48

    OMGEEEE!!! I’m so jealous! These are fabulous and I love them! Running out to buy some tins…lol. Thanks for joining the #2017OrnamentExchange and sharing this turtorial.

    • Reply
      Katrin
      18/11/2017 at 18:27

      hahaha, Thanks so much Erlene, and also for hosting this fun and fabulous event!!!

  • Reply
    Evija
    17/11/2017 at 13:03

    This is absolutely beautiful!!! I love upcycled items and who knew the cake tins will turn out to be such beautiful ornaments!!! #2017OrnamentExchange

    • Reply
      Katrin
      18/11/2017 at 18:27

      Thank you so much Evija!!!

  • Reply
    Michelle Leslie
    17/11/2017 at 07:16

    Oh how stunning Katrin. You’ve just taken a baking mold, added a pipe cleaner, some words and lace and turned it into a beautiful vintage looking ornament. How do you do that? It looks like something you’d find it one of those expensive stores. I’m sure Sam will love it

    • Reply
      Katrin
      18/11/2017 at 18:26

      Aw Thank you so much my sweet friend <3

  • Reply
    Hil
    17/11/2017 at 03:37

    What a fun vintage-inspired ornament. That would look great on any country-style tree!!

    I also participated in the #2017ornamentexchange, what beautiful ornaments everyone has made!

    • Reply
      Katrin
      18/11/2017 at 18:26

      Thanks so much, I agree, the ornament exchange was so much fun!!!

  • Reply
    Mother of 3
    17/11/2017 at 01:19

    Adorable and I love how you aged them with vinegar; I would never have thought of that! Pinned.
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    • Reply
      Katrin
      18/11/2017 at 18:21

      Thank you SO much!!

  • Reply
    Super Mom - No Cape!
    16/11/2017 at 19:24

    I love the vintage feel of the ornaments you made! I’m just remembering that I saw some small tins like that at the local thrift store that would be perfect to make these with. I’ll have to check to see if they are still there.

    • Reply
      Katrin
      18/11/2017 at 18:21

      SO happy you like them!! If you don’t find used ones, new ones can look vintage if you rub vinegar on them, like I did with these!!

  • Reply
    Maryy them
    16/11/2017 at 18:04

    Beautifully done Katrin. I love how you aged the tins with vinegar. They have such an authentic look totem now! And the lace really adds to that old world look. This is definitely Sam’s style. She is going to love them!!
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    • Reply
      Katrin
      18/11/2017 at 13:04

      Vinegar is so great isn’t it! They just looked too new before, haha. Anyways, what a fun blog hop and yes, I think Sam is liking these 🙂

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