Tart Tin Tier Project

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When browsing the Jenni Bowlin booth at the recent CHA trade show, I noticed a unique and appealing new product, tart tins. Directly beside them, there was also an incredibly cute project sample in which the tins had been used to create a mini tier. I thought it was such a wonderful idea and decided to recreate my own version of this project.

First, I attached the ruler ribbon to the medium wooden spools using a strong tape adhesive. Next, to create the tier, I used DG3 Gel to glue the spools to the tins. I added a small piece of red paper tape to a toothpick and cut it into a flag shape, finally placing the flag in the top spool.

This project would make a great addition to any home’s décor by simply being placed on a shelf with other odds and ends inside of it or it could become a creative centerpiece or one-of-a-kind cake topper!

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When browsing the Jenni Bowlin booth at the recent CHA trade show, I noticed a unique and appealing new product, tart tins. Directly beside them, there was also an incredibly cute project sample in which the tins had been used to create a mini tier. I thought it was such a wonderful idea and decided to recreate my own version of this project.

First, I attached the ruler ribbon to the medium wooden spools using a strong tape adhesive. Next, to create the tier, I used DG3 Gel to glue the spools to the tins. I added a small piece of red paper tape to a toothpick and cut it into a flag shape, finally placing the flag in the top spool.

This project would make a great addition to any home’s décor by simply being placed on a shelf with other odds and ends inside of it or it could become a creative centerpiece or one-of-a-kind cake topper!

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