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Upcycled Autumn Wall Hanging

I love to upcycle items that may have outlived their usefulness in their original form into pieces of art. I thought this old rusty muffin tin would be a perfect candidate.


Directions:

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1. Wash and dry the muffin tin to remove any loose bits of rust, dust and debris.

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2. Place the tin in a cardboard box; spray with Lady Bug irRESISTible Texture Spray and let dry.

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3. Continue to build layers of color by misting on coats of Bronze, Radiant Neon Electric Yellow, Electric Orange irRESISTible Texture Sprays allowing each coat to dry before adding the next.  Set aside to dry.

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4. Die-cut 6 circles from vintage ledger paper; stamp a letter onto each circle with VersaMark ink and sprinkle with black embossing powder.  Heat to melt the powders.

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5. Mount each circle letter on a piece of die-cut chipboard.  Glue each circle to a round piece of burlap; insert each letter into a space in the muffin tin and glue in place.

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6. Die-cut leaves from Vertigo Film; ink each leaf with various colors of StazOn ink using a Sponge Dauber.

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7. Once the ink has dried, heat the Vertigo Film with a heat tool to soften, shape each leaf as desired to give it the appearance of movement.

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8. Die-cut several small leaves and ink the edges with Spiced Chai StazOn ink.

9. Stamp autumn images and color as desired.

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10. Adhere the Vertigo and die-cut cardstock leaves, and stamped images to the muffin tin as desired.

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11. Finally add a ribbon hanger to the muffin tin.

by Roni Johnson

Materials Needed

Imagine Crafts featuring Tuskineko:

  • irRESISTible Texture Spray – Lady Bug, Bronze
  • Radiant Neon - Electric Orange,  Electric Yellow
  • Vertigo Film
  • StazOn – Spiced Chai, Orange Zest, Claret
  • Memento Ink – Tuxedo Black
  • Memento Markers – Dandelion, Cantalope, Rich Cocoa
  • VersaMark
  • Black Embossing Powder
  • Sponge Dauber
  • InkBlusher

Other Supplies:

Sizzix Dies – Tattered Leaves, Autumn Gatherings Sizzlits Strip
Just For Fun Rubber Stamps – Sunflower, Pumpkins, Crow
The Paper Studio – Jetson Alphabet
Burlap, Vintage Ledger Paper, Muffin Tin, Brown Ribbon
Club Scrap – Cardstock



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