Photo Cookie Sheet

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I just had to do it! I love a challenge and a friend of mine told me about this wonderful challenge over at the Young House Love site. So the deal is that I have to actually do one of those awesome Pinterest projects that I have pinned. This is so that we aren’t always pinning but we actually make the things we pin.

I decided to do the cookie sheet redesign. I found the idea here and I really enjoyed doing this project. It was super easy to do and I was able to reuse those cookie sheets that I can no longer use to actually make cookies. I happened to have two of them. I also added another pin to this challenge that I recently pinned which was the washi tape rosettes, which you can find here. I might have gone a little crazy with the washi tape but I had a blast making the rosettes and turning them into magnets.

Supplies needed for this are:

  • cookie sheets
  • paper
  • circle punch
  • washi tape
  • spray paint
  • glue dots
  • paper flowers
  • 1×1 square magnets

I decided to repurpose two of my cookie sheets, one I would turn into a magnet board for photos and the other one would be a chalk board for my daughter to use so that she can practice her sight words!

A trip to Home Depot was in order and I purchased two cans of spray paint for about $10 dollars.

spa blue spray paint chalk board spray paint

My next step was to spray paint my cookie sheets. I have to say that the Spa Blue glossy paint turned out to be absolutely gorgeous!

spa blue sheet chalk board paint sheet

My cookie sheets are still wet in these photos but you can see what I mean about the Spa Blue being a gorgeous color. While I was waiting for the cookie sheets to dry I started to make the magnets for the picture magnet board. I made rosette magnets and flower magnets and had a ton of fun making these. I made different sizes and used some Prima flowers that I have been dying to use but seemed to big for a layout or a card.

rosette with washi tape and epoxy circle
rosette with washi tape and epoxy circle

The first rosette I made by adding a strip of washi tape to the middle of my 1×10 inch piece of cardstock. I then scored it at every ΒΌ and created my rosette. I then taped some washi tape onto a scrap piece of cardstock and used the Epiphany Crafts shape maker to create an epoxy circle to put on the top of my rosette. On the back of my rosette is a 1×1 square piece of magnet (you can pick these up in your local office supply store).

rosette with washi tape and sewing
rosette with washi tape and sewing

Another rosette, I decided that I wanted to incorporate some type of stitching so I created my rosette and then I punched a 3/4 size circle out of white cardstock. Next I added some washi tape to a blue piece of scrap cardstock and punched a smaller circle. I adhered the two circles together and used my paper piercer to pierce holes all the way around so that I could stitch a circle. I placed a 1×1 piece of magnet to the back

purple prima flower
purple prima flower

The prima flowers were super easy to make I had some Creative Memories leaves and adhered a white one and a blue one together then all I did was adhere my Prima flower to the leaves! I then placed my 1×1 piece of magnet to the back of it.

After the chalk board cookie sheet dried over night you have to cure it by rubbing a piece of chalk over the entire piece of chalk board so that it can be used as a chalk board.

chalk board cured cookie sheet

The spa blue cookie sheet was ready to go and all I had to do was add my command strips to the back of it and adhere it to the wall.

photo magnet board chalkboard painted cookie sheet

See you really can do these awesome projects that you find on Pinterest! If you would like to see what other things have inspired me on Pinterest come on over and follow my boards. You can also sign up and get some great tutorials on how to use your iPhone to print those awesome photos for your new repurposed cookie sheet!

What projects have you done from your Pinterest pins?

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    1. Beth

      Thank you so much Cara, The little one is loving the chalkboard in her room and I had a ton of fun making the magnets for my photos.

  1. Monica

    Love it Beth! I have some cookie sheets that may need to get a spruce up!

  2. Camille Keating

    Love the creative stuff for sure. Love the flowers. Great chalk board idea for Rae. I want some pretty purple magnets….Geezzzzz. πŸ˜‰ My creative child.

    1. Beth

      LOL I will make you some pretty purple magnets before we leave for Disney πŸ™‚ Rae really dug the chalkboard!

  3. Creative Vi

    FUN! I love it!!! I would love to play too, but can’t this week. I’ll see if I can get it on my schedule for next. Just LOVE IT!

    1. Beth

      Thank you so much Vi I had so much fun making these I see many more cookie sheets in my future!

    1. Beth

      Thank you Stacey I love Prima flowers I have to go get some more!!!

  4. Jeff Mere

    Great page! Coming to you from the UBC! I love creative things and wished I possessed that skill…my wife will love this page and I will share with her! Keep up the great work and thanks for sharing your talents!

    1. Beth

      Thank you so much Jeff the cookie sheet project was so simple and probably one of the easiest projects! I’m looking forward to making more stuff!

  5. Kristie

    I keep wanting to do this project, too! Love the way it turned out! That blue was a great color, and kids always love chalkboards. Have you seen that magnet chalkboard paint now? What will they think of next!

    1. Beth

      I did see that magnet paint πŸ™‚ Rae really dug hers but she wasn’t to interested in my blue one! My mom really liked my magnets she tried to steal the purple one last night.

  6. Amy

    This is so cute and it just made me smile!

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