Hello dear bloggers! I thought I was going to have a video/tutorial today showing you how I made this pretty little teacup, with a large flower in it… but, when I went looking for my pictures to create my video to my surprise, they weren’t there… do I need to say how upset I was… and the words coming from my head/mouth are nothing I can repeat here (*#!**) Trust me, I was not a happy camper, and I do apologize, I have no clue what happened. However, I do have a few videos lined up that are ready to go later on.
So let me tell you a little about this project.
- Cut/emboss Spellbinders Nested Tea Cups four times. The teacup is four sided.
- With the Stamp-a-ma-jig, and imaging sheet stamp your image. Place the imaging sheet over the teacup die; stamp the center, then on the left and right side. Repeat this for all four die cut teacups.
- Cut/emboss Spellbinders Square Bracket Edge Box, and assemble.
- Place ½” Wondertape on each side of the box, and attach a teacup shape. Make sure the tape is centered.
- When all teacups (4) are on the box (each side), tape the tops, but not to far down.
- Add the handle.
- I made the flower with Spellbinders Rose Creations die (all layers), and sponged distress ink on the tips, then assembled with a medium size brad.
Note: The flower was made the same way as I always make my flowers.
Remember you can click on the pictures for a larger view, and all supplies are listed below with links.
Thanks for visiting again today, and I will be back real soon.
Stamp Pads: Stormy Sky, Victorian Velvet, Spun Sugar Distress Inks – eclectic Paperie.
Cardstock: Snow & Cedar – Memory Box. Whisper White – Stampin’ Up!
Misc.: Pearl Brad for flower center, Krylon 18KT. Gold Leafing Pen, Foam Tape and Foam Dots, ½” Wondertape, Stamp-a-ma-jig and Imaging Sheet.