Thank God it's thrifty Friday, Friends! Last weekend I attended quite a few garage sales and would you believe I came home empty handed? That does happen sometimes, though it's actually been awhile since it's happened to me. However, I still have something special to share today--a find-inspired mini project. Come see how I repurposed a thrift store French tart pan as a simple naturescape...
When my mom and I went thrifting during her recent visit, I found these vintage dessert mold pans that were made in France. I think they would make a charming accent in most any kitchen.
Both are engraved Made in France on the back and the one on the right still has a Cordon Bleu seal. Last week I shared a delicious dessert that I baked in some of the vintage molds I've collected. However, I am usually more likely to decorate with vintage bakeware. Can anyone else relate?
I always enjoy bringing the outdoors inside and so I decided to combine bits and pieces from the garden to create a scented naturescape with my French find. I started with fragrant honeysuckle and aromatic rosemary. Next, came vibrant coral colored roses...
...and an abandoned nest that I found in the garden.
The speckled eggs are the only faux accent. Last, I added some native milkweed for the texture. A small cluster grows wild in the same spot in my garden each year.
I am often in awe of the beautiful hues found in the natural color palette our Heavenly Father created! I find natural elements as home decor very soothing. While I may not have baked any goodies, this time I created a feast for the senses ;)
Want to shop this look? I have two vintage French dessert mold pans available HERE.
I hope you enjoyed this week's find-inspired mini project!
Until next time, happy hunting!
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