Vintage Tartlet Tins Giveaway

September 21, 2017


Vintage Tartlet Tins Givewaway

Tomorrow is the first day of fall and while I am super sad to see summer go, I thought we should celebrate ~ it eases the pain a little ~ and what better way to do that, than with a giveaway!

Back in July, my husband and I were shopping at a church yard sale and I came upon a few really neat treasures. It was one of those great fairs where things were tossed in a box and labeled a dollar. I had to dig, but it was so worth it. It's where I found the Better Homes and Gardens book I gave away this summer and it's where I found the vintage tartlet tins I'm giving away today.

There are 36 of them in the set. When I investigated I see others that look identical listed for upwards of $30 and that they are from the 1950s, although I can't confirm that.

Mormatt Tartlet Tins

As you can imagine the box is a little stained and a little torn, but they have part of the original price tag on them, from Macy's and 24 of the tins are in fabulous condition.

The six round ones look as if they may have actually been used to make tartlets. However, I think a good cleaning would take care of that if you decided to bake with them.

Vintage Tartlet Trays

Of course, I figured that most of you crafty people would prefer to create with them.

Not sure what you could make? Check out this Vintage Tartlet Tin Crafts Pinterest board I made. I rounded up all sorts of cute ideas.

There are Christmas ornaments, pin cushions, candle holders, place cards, banners, magnets, jewelry, advent calendars and of course, tartlet recipes.

The possibilities for fun is endless.

So good luck!

And oh yeah, happy fall.

~~ THIS GIVEAWAY IS CLOSED. THANKS TO ALL WHO ENTERED!~~

*It's old school, to enter, leave a comment or respond to my email saying you'd like to be entered. 

*If you would like an extra entry, join my mailing list or let me know you are an email subscriber. 

*Please leave your email if you're not a blogger, or I'll have no way to contact you.

*This giveaway is only open to US residents. One of these days I'll get the rules of international shipping down, I promise. 

*This giveaway ends Wednesday, September 27th and the winner will be announced Friday, September 28th on the blog. 


Thrift store cutting board makeover with a dollar store sticker


Thrift Store Vase Pumpkin Cookie Jar

39 comments:

  1. What a lovely giveaway opportunity! I'd love to enter. And, of course, I am a subscriber. I absolutely love your wonderful blog! Happy Fall!! kasharrott@yahoo.com

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  2. Yes I would like to enter...I have both my mom's and mother-in-law's tin measuring cups from the 50's, I enjoy using them.

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  3. What fun, the possibilities are indeed endless! Thanks for a chance to win... how I love those kinds of sales that just surprise you with all kinds of goodies! Happy Fall to you today :)

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  4. Would love to enter this one!!! What a great give away!!!

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  5. Great giveaway! I won't enter because I too found a huge bag of tin tart pans at a rummage sale and have not figured out what to do with them yet. So, thank you for the Pinterest board that I am now going to go steal some ideas from!!

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    1. Glad I could help, AnnMarie! Have fun and keep us posted!

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  6. Yes I would love to be entered in your giveaway. I am already an email subscriber. Love your blog!
    vickiewk7@gmail.com

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  7. Oops, I didn't leave my email.

    ann@etex.net

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  8. Love your blog & your creativity. I'm an e-mail subscriber and looking forward to the drawing (would love those tart tins). Sandy in California

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  9. Amazing they were in original packaging! They are adorable, but I need them like a hole in the head. So don't put my name in the running. Someone is going to get a real prize though!
    Brenda

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  10. I would like to enter your giveaway for the Tart-let pans. When I saw them it made me think of Grandma and all the times I spent in her kitchen helping her make Tart-lets for desert. I'm also an e-mail subscriber to your blog. patfair@live.com

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  11. What a nice giveaway, Kim! That board had lots of sweet ideas of how to use them. I am opting to NOT be entered into your giveaway. Someone else will enjoy creating with them more than I would! Great way to kick off fall!

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  12. What a fun giveaway! I think I would love to craft with some and maybe bake with some. So please enter me and I've got my fingers crossed!

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  13. I follow via email and yes! Please enter me! Wow, that Pinterest board has so many adorable crafts on it! I love it, and I like the sparkle and shine of the vintage tartlet tins!!! This is so much fun, and now that Fall is officially here, I'm at least starting to think about Christmas!

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  14. I love those! Please enter me.

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  15. I am an email subscriber and would love to be entered into your giveaway. Looking forward to seeing the kitchen too
    Marilyn S.

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  16. Yes, enter my name. I use to make candles and make tarts out of the round ones you showed. I have never seen the other sizes. So cute.

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  17. Hello, I would love to be entered in your giveaway for the cute tartlet pans. I have been a subscriber for a while. Email: maureenriley@gmail.com

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  18. Please enter me in the giveaway !!! Thanks

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  19. Already a subscriber to your blog !!! Thanks

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  20. I was thinking that you had just had a giveaway! You are too generous. These little tartlet tins are so darn cute! I used to have a set of the fluted sort but they seemed to have disappeared. These look to be in great shape but have character. Sign me up,girl!

    Jane x

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  21. Great giveaway! And great ideas on Pinterest! I am an email subscriber, so count me twice!

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  22. Enter me please .... I am subscribed to your newsletter at monarch_64@yahoo.com
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  23. Ooooh! Please sign me up for your give-away! I can't wait to play with these ~

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  24. Make something out of them? Kim! Make sweet things to eat with them!

    Yes, please enter me and I'm a subscriber. And I live in the good ole USA.

    But what I really hope is that someone with nimble fingers for using these darlings a whole lot to make dainty sweets and savories will win them, not me with my arthritic fingers.

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  25. These are so cool - especially with the original packaging! I will refrain from entering the giveaway though, as I am just not crafty enough to do something with these. xoxo

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  26. Hi Kim, what a great idea for a giveaway! Someone is going to be a lucky winner, but don't enter me...I need more "stuff" around here like a hole in the head! I'll enjoy the Pinterest board though. You have a beautiful blog that I read all the time.

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  27. What a treasure! I see so many great ideas for using these on your Pinterest board. My friend made some Christmas ornaments using tartlet pans once, I'm going to share your board with her. We might have to do some Christmas crafting together this fall now that I see so many fun ideas.

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  28. Hey Kim. I recently discovered your site and in love with the cutting board idea. It was just what I was looking for and cant wait to make mine. I'm definitely a subscriber and would love to enter your giveaway. divinbijou@ymail.com

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  29. Hi Kim, what a great find. I don't know if you have many Norwegians in your neck of the woods but those tins are used for Sandbakelse (sandbakkels) a Norwegian sugar cookie. It appears that the recipe on the box is written in a foreign language, guessing Norwegian, as well as English. How fun. I will have to check out your pinterest board for fun ideas.

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  30. I just discovered your crafty blog and I'm so glad I did! Please enter me in the tartlet giveaway. Thank you! Highdrive67@yahoo.com.

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  31. Please enter me in your giveaway! Great fun!

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  32. What a fun find. Your cutting board idea sparked inspiration in me to make a gift for my mom and sister. We like to give each other homemade gifts at Christmas. I love how your cutting board turned out.
    Thank you for the inspiration, Kim!

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  33. I would love to win these pans! So cute and I have so many ideas for using them.
    Laura Richardson

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  34. Forgot to give you my email address:
    l_t_richardson@hotmail.com

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  35. I've been out of town & am catching up on all my favorite blogs. (My husband & I took a 3 week road trip to celebrate our 30th!).

    I have a very similar set of tart pans. I have had them for years & just cannot part with them....I want to use them! With a diabetic husband though, I rarely make desserts. Still, I keep thinking I'll find time to to try something with them.

    I'm on the lookout for an old breadboard to make a fall sign too.

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    1. What a fun way to celebrate, Jenny…3 week for 30 years! Awesome and congratulations!

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