Use vinyl with vintage finds to create pie tin decor this winter! This is a sponsored post.

winter wall art made with vinyl pie tin decor

I found this vintage pie tin at Goodwill some time ago, and the shape and color reminded me of a giant bottle cap. I snatched it up thinking that I would make a vintage looking sign to decorate with. I liked the silver color, and it matched beautifully with silver luster metal vinyl from StyleTechCraft. The light blue luster seemed to match perfectly with the phrase I chose to use, so I went with that color to create a winter inspired piece of decor. Here’s how I made my pie tin decor.

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First I measured the tart tin so I knew how big to make the light blue circle. The diameter of the circle for my tin is 10 inches, so pretty decent size. It will be perfect for a mantle or shelf.

Then I chose this phrase from my Silhouette Studio designs and resized it so it would fit in the circle. I cut and weeded the vinyl. Luster is my absolute favorite line from StyleTechCraft, and it is so perfect for this project! The light shine of the “metal” vinyl pairs perfectly with the vintage tart tin.

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I used transfer tape to place the blue circle on the tin first. I highly recommend this squeegee like tool. It helps get the vinyl on smoothly so you don’t end up with lumpy bubbles! Next transfer the text and design onto the tart tin.

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I still think it looks like a giant bottle cap, and it makes a really unique piece of decor that has a vintage flair to it! Hang it on the wall, or pair it with some other decorative items to decorate the mantle or a shelf with this winter.

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Have fun crafting and creating decor for your home!

Trim the vellum around the vinyl to make the lampshade. Tape the edges of the vellum lampshade together using bits of the clear transfer tape. The transfer tape is so sheer you can’t even see it! Pop the groovy lampshades on the glasses and drop a battery operated tea light inside. When it's time to toast the new year guests can just remove the lampshades and lights.



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