If you have a few aluminum pie pans left over after Thanksgiving for recycling, here is a simple DIY aluminum star Christmas ornament to make with them.
What you’ll need:
a couple of empty aluminum pie tins
embroidery thread (red or green)
a small phillips screwdriver
First, cut off the bottom of the pan from the sides. This will leave you with a flat, circle of aluminum. Using a pencil, draw a star on it. Cut the star out with scissors.
Take the phillips screwdriver and either using your hand or the hammer. Tap a hole around the sides of the star like below.
Turn the star over and tap a second row of holes around it on that side.
Turn it back over and tap any other design you would like on the star.
I tried to make a holly pattern on the above star and daisies on the lower star.
Thread the needle with green or red embroidery thread. Thread the needle through the top hole of the star, make a loop for hanging on the Christmas tree and knot and tie a little bow. Trim the thread ends and there you are!
Hang the stars around the house, on a hanging light like I did or on your Christmas tree.
It’s a fun way to recycle your used aluminum pie tins.
Have you made any homemade Christmas ornaments yet?
Have fun creating!