Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Christmas Tea Set

Happy Tuesday!

Today's project was created for Flourishes' recycle and reuse Christmas challenge. I used two of the templates (Grab a Cup and Tea for You) that I chose with my gift certificate from MTME.

The challenge is to recycle and reuse something from Christmas. I recycled and reused a tray and tissue paper covered styrofoam that was part of a wine/cheese gift set.


The tea cup was very easy to assemble. The tea pot tried my patience a bit! Next time (after a respectable recovery period from this one) I would make the handle shorter. The sugar bowl holds a set of place cards (one is shown up front). I did not make a template for the sugar bowl, just measured the place cards and made it from that. The finished size of it is 3 1/8 x 2 x 2.
Supplies used: Cherry Cobbler, Old Olive (stems of poinsettias), Regal Rose (snowflakes), and Very Vanilla card stock, Imaginisce patterned paper, Cranberry Crisp ribbon (retired, coordinates fairly well with Cherry Cobbler), and Flourishes Christmas Tea stamp set. I put a dimensional between each layer of the poinsettias so they would stand high for the lid handles.
Thanks for stopping by.

9 comments:

Karli said...

oh seriously, Lisa, this is fabulosity to the 10th power! LUUUUUUUUUUUUUUV this! Hope you "recover" soon, LOL! I think it was well worth the effort. Hugs~

Carla Bazhenow said...

Wow, Lisa this is so awesome. I love every detail. Truly a work of art. hugs,

Diana said...

Wow, this looks great. The colors and every detail. I really like it.

Regina said...

hallo, Lisa

ein sehr gelungenes Tee-Set! Schon allein die Kanne ist ein Hingucker geworden!
Die Farbkombination gefällt mir, ebenso das schöne Papier!

Liebe Grüße Regina

Curt in Carmel said...

You are seriously talented! I ALWAYS love your 3-D projects. This is so cute and what great use of the recycle materials. This is super cute Lisa! Best, Curt

Ann Schach said...

This is so cute, Lisa! Every project you make is fabulous, but this one is a masterpiece!

Sharon said...

These are adorable .

Raissa Spatola said...

Truly wonderful projects Lisa! What a wonderful gift that would make for a tea lover!

Beth said...

OMG I just love this set beautiful work on each piece.