Recycled Floral Home Decor


Recycled Floral Home Decor

Looking for a fun home craft idea? Make Recycled Floral Home Decor from Theresa Cifali. It will feel like spring no matter the weather.

Recycled Floral Home Decor


  • Jameson tin (but you use whatever you have!)
  • ATG tape gun - I find the thin adhesive to be strong enough, but a strong adhesive like Mod Podge will work also
  • Graphic45 Curtin Call paper (any scrapbook paper will do)
  • Mini Scrabble tiles
  • Paper trimmer
  • Scissors


  1. The first thing I did was decide which papers from the Graphic45 Curtain Call collection I was going to use. I happen to love the vintage feel of all their papers, but I particularly like this line because I am also a musician.
  2. Once I figured that out, I set right to work covering the outside of the tin with a full sheet of 12x12 paper. As you can see, the tin is a little bit longer than the paper...

    Recycled Floral Home Decor
  3. I dealt with that by choosing the coordinating paper that has these ticket stubs.

    Recycled Floral Home Decor
  4. It was really unnecessary to measure this, so I just cut off 2 lines of tickets, like this..

    Recycled Floral Home Decor
  5. Next, I adhered that strip to the top rim of the tin...

    Recycled Floral Home Decor
  6. Graphic45 not only sells their papers individually, but they also have these really cool paper packs. Inside the pack are 2 sheets of each paper design and then in the back there are these press outs that are dual sided. I used these....

    Recycled Floral Home Decor
  7. Actually, the one that has the musical notes had a piano keyboard on the underside. I ultimately went with that. I trimmed those with scissors and began to layer them vertically onto the tin.

    Recycled Floral Home Decor
  8. This image came right from the scrapbook paper itself. I cut that out, mounted it onto another coordinating sheet to make this panel which I then layered onto the tin.

    Recycled Floral Home Decor

    Recycled Floral Home Decor


We interviewed Theresa Cifali on FaveCrafts Radio and asked her about this project. Listen to the May 4 show to hear her tips and tricks. 


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