I was browsing on Etsy a few weeks ago and found these
beeswax castings made from reproductions of the
Springerle cookie molds carved as long ago as 1500.
I've always loved Springerle cookie molds, so these caught my eye!
Pure beeswax is melted, tinted black and poured into the molds.
Then they are dusted with cinnamon to bring out the detailing.
They smell like honey!
I had brought home a box of vintage picture frames from the
auction trash a few months ago and I looked through them and
found a frame that was the right size.
I used hot glue to attached foam board and cork to the back
so I could pin the castings in the frame.
The castings are made by Jane at Magpie Jane.
You can visit her shop HERE.
It was fun to browse through all the choices!
I love the vintage look and she does beautiful work, doesn't she?
I hung this in my new kitchen!