Sunday, 2 August 2015

Tea Anyone ?

Yesterday's project my "Mug" proved to be very popular and I had great fun designing it and doing the video tutorial.   

So thank you very much to everybody who took the time to comment both here and on Facebook in such a positive way.

One lady had asked me if I could design a "Teacup" - and so I set about creating today's cute little project - my "Teacup".  Again, I used the Envelope Punch Board to produce the curved base.

And here is the finished result.  I used Bermuda Bay cardstock. The teacup has been heat embossed in silver using the branch motif from the beautiful stamp set "Hopeful Thoughts".  The teacup in the picture has also been embellished with little sparkly gemstones.

 This is the accompanying video tutorial in which i used Melon Mambo cardstock.

  I do hope you like this idea.

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  1. I love this tutorial Linda, lovely stamp set (not in my collection nor the punches) :)
    Beautiful colour and a fab gift idea, Thanks for sharing
    Christine xx

  2. Hello Linda!
    I really love the idea of making tea cups like this. Thank you for this Inspiration!
    Greetings from Austria,

  3. Thank you for this lovely tea cup tutorial, it was so easy to make because of your well made video and instructions. I can't wait to make them for Christmas favors! Thanks again you are so thoughtful. Blessings, Sheri in Arizona USA

  4. Thanks for a great tutorial. I made 2 teacups. If you would like to see my teacups, they're on my blog at:
    Thanks again, Renate

  5. Fantastic idea love it I'm making them for childrens cancer. I have a friend who holds a three day craft fayre in her home to raise money for the children. I know they'll go well.


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