Friday, April 9, 2010

Time for Tea



When Lauren Meader debuted "Get A Handle On It", one of her My Timeless Templates, she made this adorable little teapot. I knew I had to have that template, and I knew I wanted to make teapot. The teapot can hold a box of teabags or you can put some little shortbread cookies and teabags for a perfect afternoon snack. These are great gifts for Mother's Day, birthdays, and a little something for your child's teacher. I cut the handle with two oval Nestabilities and the spout I drew free hand. I used a variety of Nestabilities to cut the circles and scalloped circles. A border punch and corner rounder was used to make the medallions featured on a recent edition of the Weekly Inkling on Splitcoast.









Supplies:
Template: My Timeless Template
Stamps: Papertrey Ink-Tea For Two
Paper: Papertrey Ink, Recollections, Bazzill, DP with purple flowers-unknown
Ink: Versafine, Memento
Misc: Nestabilities, paper punches, ribbon, rhinestones, half pearls, pop up dots, sharpie pen, sticky strip


Thanks for stopping by,

Beth

3 comments:

  1. Awesome! I love these teapots, I have to have this template too.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Love these. You did a great job cutting out the handle and spout
    Janislu

    ReplyDelete
  3. these are very beautiful made
    like it

    karin

    ReplyDelete

 

Design by Custom Blog Designs/FreeStyleMama Creations