When this photo first popped up on my computer screen, my jaw hit the floor. I love things that are a modern take on something classic and elegant, and this foil pie pan rose topiary made by Jeromina of Paper, Plate, and Plane is just that. She made hers as part of her winter decor, but I think that it would make a great Valentine’s Day centerpiece, or for spring or… Heck, anytime! (Make sure you check out her blog, she’s a genius!) [how to make a foil pie pan rose topiary]
- 30 large foil pie pans, $10
- 50 small foil pie pans, $10
- Balloon, on hand
- Newspaper, on hand
- White glue, on hand
- Paint, on hand
- Hot glue, on hand
Jaw TOTALLY on floor. Going there NOW! Thanks, Rhonda!
Madigan at madiganmade
This is amazing and so striking! Genius idea. Thanks for sharing.
Kei @ Unfortunately Oh!
WOW such a brilliant idea! Definitely checking it out!
Ok, I went to check out her website…and the first thing I thought is what in the world could you do with the bottoms of those tins…and as I was looking I found another post she had that might could be adapted to use the bottoms…check this link out http://paperplateandplane.wordpress.com/2011/01/20/faux-metal-flowers/
That is amazing! Thank you for sharing.
Very cool. And would probably cost a billion dollars at a place like Pottery Barn. Excellent idea.
:-( ok I had one pie pan that I tried this with but mine didn’t come out nice and round like these…instead it looked like a triangle wrapped round and round and every where the triangle cornered the pan broke…is there a secret to making them round…I’d like to hear from anyone else that has tried this.