Friday, November 4, 2016

Hooty, The Baking Owl

I buy things all the time (that I don't need) knowing I can use them to eventually create something. Hence, the piles of stuff in my laundry room, attic, and garage! So, when I found a stack of regular size and mini baking pans, of course I had to have them.


As I carried them from the yard sale to my car, and the small pans laid on top of the big pans, I immediately saw an owl. 
But, it needed color! So, I painted the large pan with Dixie Belle paint in the color Florida Orange.

If you know me, you know that my favorite thing to decoupage crafts with is patterned paper napkins. I picked out this Fall napkin, separated the layers, & decoupaged the top layer to the center of the pan using ModPodge.


I painted the center portion of the small pans with Dixie Belle paint in the color Kudzu.


For the eyes, I glued wooden buttons from Michael's to the center of the small pans.

I also added a wood disc to the center of the button.

Then I glued the eyes onto the large pan.

Finally, Hooty got a brass acorn for a nose.


Hooty is cute & colorful!

And, he looks sweet tucked into my Fall wreath...

Hooty wants to know...
who else has piles of stuff they intend to do something fabulous with? It can't just be me!!! 
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And in case you missed it... here is what I did with some of the other small pans last year...

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11 comments:

  1. Your owl is adorable he would be so cute in the garden... Lovely happy weekend with love Janice

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  2. SO cute! I have a little stash of tart tins just waiting for the right project to come along. Very clever!

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  3. Oh my goodness, how cute! You are so creative. Never in a million years would I have thought of this. :)

    Carrie
    curlycraftymom.com

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  4. I got a quick glance at adorable Hooty somewhere on social media earlier today and didn't realize it was yours. So stink'n cute!

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  5. I completely resonate with your first sentence! I, too, buy things all the time that I don't need because I see the potential in the object(s). Your baking pan owl is adorable!

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  6. Your owl is so so cute, love all the details!!

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  7. Hooty is a hoot. Love! And I completely relate to picking things up because you know you will do SOMETHING with them. Featuring when my party opens up tonight!

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  8. That is such a cute and creative project!

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  9. How creative Virginia! He certainly is a hoot! :) Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  10. Tell Hooty he's not the only one that has piles of stuff everywhere!! Definitely not!
    Adorable project! Did you use 1 or 2-ply on the napkin you decoupaged to the pan?

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