Tart Tin Jewelry Pendants

May 28th, 2013 in member junk     
6 users recommend

A little rusty around the edges is what I loved about these tart tins.  I flattened them and layered mother of pearl buttons and other fun treasures to complete the design.
Vintage seam binding ribbon finishes this tart tin pendant perfectly.  Tie the ribbon in a bow to adjust the length.
These tart tins have been filled with vintage treasures and inspirational words.  They are finished with epoxy resin.
A little rusty around the edges is what I loved about these tart tins.  I flattened them and layered mother of pearl buttons and other fun treasures to complete the design.

A little rusty around the edges is what I loved about these tart tins.  I flattened them and layered mother of pearl buttons and other fun treasures to complete the design.


These small tart tins are perfect for creating treasure pendants!


Pattern or design used: My own design - Let Your Spirit Soar
posted in: member junk, vintage, jewelry, Let Your Spirit Soar., tart tins

Comments (6)

NYArtist writes: Hi
I would very much like to know how you flatten the tart tins? I just ordered some from Ebay and they don't like like they can be flattened.

Also can you tell me if there is a way to age them so they look old? I love the look of yours. The seller said they were vintage but they are very shiny and from Sweden. I think they are new.

Please email szukidavis@aol.com with instruction on how to flatten the tart tins without ruining them.

Thanks. Posted: 6:38 pm on November 21st
GypsyBarn writes: Those are super cute! If my photographer were near you - she would be snatching those up by the dozen! I'll have to link this over to her! Posted: 4:01 am on June 9th
gadgetsponge writes: Love the patina and vibe of these. Great job! Posted: 4:58 pm on June 3rd
Lauretta writes: Love this idea! Posted: 7:45 am on May 30th
suewhitney writes: Cute as can be. I always enjoy your jewelry designs!!!

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 7:07 am on May 29th
JunkArchitect writes: WoW...very creative! The rustier around the edges the better.

Jim

Posted: 5:01 am on May 29th
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