Hi everyone! I’m here to share a super fun project I created for the Robin’s Nest using the Spring Collection which is 20% off this month and we are also cross promoting with Altered Pages too.
I love creating these little tea cups and saucers. They are quick to create and makes a fun gift to give to someone that collects tea sets or it could make the perfect place setting at a party. All you will need to do is print off the Paper Tea Cup and Saucer onto Spring Flower Glitter Cardstock and then cut out and ink the edges of the saucer before adhere together.I spritzed a doily from Gina’s Designs with Tattered Angels Lemon Zest Glimmer Mist once dry I glued it to the saucer and then adhered the cup on top of the that.
I next fussy cut from the Sweet Easter Cards printout the little bluebird. In the bottom of the cup I wadded up a piece of tissue paper and glued inside. Next I adhered the bluebird to the tissue paper.
Next I added Easter grass around the bird to cover the tissue paper.
Now all you have to do is add paper flowers, mini eggs, lace, ric rac and anything else that is Easter related. See super easy and cute to boot!!! 🙂
Robin’s Nest: Spring Flower Glitter Cardstock, Dew Drops and Purple Flower Glitter Cardstock
Paper Tea Cup and Saucer
Altered Pages: Sweet Easter Cards
Gina’s Designs: Cardstock Doily Set 1
Tattered Angels Lemon Zest Glimmer Mist
Sizzix: Rosette Diecut
If you have any questions please let me know and remember to stop by the Robin’s Nest and check out the Spring Collection and while you are at it stop at by Altered Pages too.
Thanks for stopping by, hope your Saturday is awesome and enjoy creating!!!
P.S. Remember to check out the Robin’s Nest blog hop this Monday, March 31st for awesome ideas from all of our designers and some really cool blog candy!!!
Hi everyone! I’m here to share another egg carton that I altered for Esveyde in a swap that was over at My Scrap Room site. The requirements the carton had to be decorated in a Easter theme, three cups filled with Easter candy and three with craft goodies for a total of six cups. Since I couldn’t find a half carton either at Walmart or Target I cut a dozen egg carton in half which I had found at Target. It had an indention in the center of the lid which made it a lot easier to cut in to.
First I gessoed and painted the egg carton. Then I fussy cut a bunny from the Vintage Easter Images from Altered Pages. I used a combination of dew drops and cardstock from the Robin’s Nest to decorate the top of the carton along with paper flowers, store bought and handmade, and lace and trim to complete this adorable container.
A close up of the inside lid and this image is from the Vintage Easter Images too.
I included an assortment of candy and crafty embellishments so my sweet partner could eat chocolate while she works on a project. 🙂
If you have any questions please let me know. Thanks for stopping by, hope your Monday is wonderful and enjoy creating!!!