Upcycled Magnetic Baking Tray Notice Board

January 22, 2014

Introducing this weeks Quick Mid Week Upcycled Make,ย an upcycled magnetic notice board. This is made from a rusty baking tray and some old buttons.

Baking Tray Notice Board

Upcycled Magnetic Notice Board
Photograph Emily Jane Morgan

This is a fab quick make, which I am really chuffed with (can you tell?!)

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You will need:

  • old baking tray
  • fabric
  • buttons
  • magnets
  • Bondaweb (or similar double sided fabric adhesive)

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Take one backing tray, and create an oblong template. I used a placemat which fitted perfectly.

Draw round your template on Bondaweb (iron on double sided fabric adhesive)

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Iron onto your fabric. Cut out your template, I used scissors but a rotary cutter would give a neat crisp straight line.

Peel the paper and place on the baking tray, adhesive side down. Iron on. Tip – Use parchment paper between the fabric and iron to prevent any stray pieces of adhesive adhering to the iron.

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Create your magnetic buttons by attaching magnets to your choice of buttons.

 

One finished baking tray notice board:)

What would you make your magnets out of? I was quite tempted by bottle tops from beer bottles:)

Vicky

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13 responses to “Upcycled Magnetic Baking Tray Notice Board”

  1. Great idea I have many baking trays past their best that could be up-cycled this way. Think the beer bottle tops are a good idea, just have to drink enough beer first!
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  2. This is such a cool idea – gotta remember this one ๐Ÿ˜‰
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  3. Gina Caro says:

    I’ve just thrown out an old baking tray! Wish I had kept it now, oh well at least I’ll know what to do with the next old one ๐Ÿ™‚ Thank you for joining in with #ThriftyThursday
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  4. Marti says:

    What a great way to recycle an old pan, love it! Thanks so much for sharing it with everyone. It’s been Pinned to the party board!

  5. Tiff says:

    This is a great idea. I have a million I could do this with. Thanks for the inspiration.
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  6. Dana says:

    Such a nice idea! It could be a great gift for someone you love.

  7. Laura says:

    Such a wonderful idea! Simple but oh so effective!

  8. Tricia says:

    Very cute. I’ve done this before but spray painted the pan with chalkboard paint so that I could doodle on it. Thanks for linking up to the Upcycled Linky Party at http://love2upcycle.blogspot.com/2014/01/upcycled-linky-party-36.html
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  9. Gina says:

    That is really neat! Always love a good upcycle project! Thanks so much for linking up at Tips and Tricks this week. Hope to see you again next week!
    Gina @ Gina’s Craft Corner
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  10. Val says:

    I have a huge baking sheet that doesn’t even fit in my oven! It would be perfect for a wall in our office! Found you on the Sewlicious blog party.
    Thanks for an easy project tutorial!
    Val

  11. Anthea says:

    I absolutely love this idea!
    Thanks for joining in the Tuesday Tutorials linky ๐Ÿ™‚ #pintorials
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