Some might say it’s a little too hot for tea here in the UK right now, yes really! Personally, I find tea the most refreshing drink to have. This cup of tea is a bit different though. It’s a tiny tea cup, perfect as a table/party favour ready to pop a chocolate into.
The Share What You Love Designer Series Paper has perfect ‘tea cup patterns’. I do love a traditional afternoon tea with those amazing cake stands filled with dainty sandwiches and sweet treats and pretty cups on the table.
The font on the Hand Delivered Stamp Set is beautifully feminine without looking old fashioned , if you’re going to make these tea cup favours for a bridal shower or teacher appreciation then the images on the stamp set are perfect too.
Aren’t they the cutest? Perfect to help your guests feel extra special.
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DSP Cup – 6 1/4″ x 3″
Handle – 3″ x 3/4″
Extra for stitched framelit Circle
Piece of Rich Razzleberry card stock for base and sentiment
I had the pleasure of celebrating a friend’s ‘special’ birthday yesterday. The occasion called for an extra fancy card and her favourite colour is purple so the Share what you love DSP with it’s beautiful Rich Razzleberry was a perfect fit.
I used Ann Melvin’s fabulous tutorial for this Fun Fold card.
To make it you will need:
12 x 12″ Card stock in Crumb Cake
12 pieces of DSP measuring 2 7/8ths”
4 pieces of Whisper White card measuring 2 7/8ths”
1 piece of DSP 5 7/8ths x 5 7/8ths”
Belly band DSP 1.5″ x 12″ plus a little extra to fill the gap as it doesn’t quite reach!
For the envelope DSP 10×10″ use the Envelope Punch Board instructions to make a 6×6 1/2″ envelope. The label on the front is from the share what you love embellishment kit.
Rich Razzleberry card for the die cut butterflies
12 x 12″ card scored at 3″ all the way round using the Simply Scored Tool and burnish with a bone folder
Before cutting the outer squares off, fold the sides in and score the middle sections at 3″ down to the first score lines as shown in the picture above.
As you cut into the left hand squares, take a tiny slither off to enable the card to fold without catching.
I added some tear tape to the back of the belly band and attached the ribbon to it before tying. The tag is die cut from the Wood Crate Framelits and stamped using Make a Difference stamp set in Rich Razzleberry and Old Olive.