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Tea For Two

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Hello!  This papercraft tea set was made using Pion Design’s new Scent of Lavender collection and can be found on their April 28 blog here.  I used cutting files from Pazzles that can be found here.

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The tea cups are filled with real purple flowers and the project is such a wonderful centerpiece for a formal tea or lunch. I put a transparent plastic liner inside each of the paper teacups to hold the soil and flowers and just sprinkle a little water on them daily for freshness.  It’s simple, but is a fun and elegant project.
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The top of the teapot lifts off and can be used as a box or to hold more flowers.  I chose to leave it as a box to store sachets of loose tea leaves and small infusers.

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Now I want to introduce you to a preview of Pion Design’s newest, upcoming masculine paper line which is sure to be just as amazing as all of their other masterpiece collections!

”There are places where time stands still and moments of everyday life have been preserved for future generations, and with this in mind Pion Design proudly presents a preview of our upcoming collection Mister Tom’s Treasures.”Preview Mister Tom

As these Spring days unfold, take time to reflect on the beauty around you and the many blessings of life.

Tara

21 Responses to Tea For Two

  1. Ezziej Bromwich says:

    Tara again you have done outstanding and who would have thought that paper made cups are holding the flowers. The teapot is exceptional. I guess I just dont know how far to go with the bling. Because what you have done is Outstanding!

    • Tara Brown says:

      Hi Ezziej, thank you for your lovely comment – you are so very kind! This project makes a great centerpiece, especially with the real blooming flowers. I hope you have a great week and upcoming weekend! Tara

  2. Tara, your work is amazing and such an inspiration to me! Can you tell me where you get your flat back pearls? I buy mine on eBay, ( Craftbuddy) in sheets of 1500. When I cut them into strips you can still see the plastic backing on either side. I’ve driven myself crazy trying to find them in bulk where you can just pull them off in strips. TIA.

    • Tara Brown says:

      Hi Cheryl, I buy all my flat back pearl strips at Hobby Lobby when they go on sale. They are in the gemstones section of the paper crafting area and are a Paper Studio product. Thank you so much for your nice comment – it is very much appreciated! Tara

  3. enchantedrevelries says:

    This is an absolutely stunning ‘tea set.’ Beautifully crafted and with a careful eye to details and vintage romance. Lovely.

    • Tara Brown says:

      Your comment is so inspirational to me! A big thank you for taking the time to make such a nice comment. Have a good week and weekend! Tara

  4. WAUW Tara, you´ve just done it again here. This is sooo sooo beautiful and I totally agree just perfect centerpiece and will look stunning on any tea table, that´s for sure. I really wish I had your imagination to think out new projects and make them all work sooo perfect always, and it all looks completely out of this world amazing. Thanks so much for always being such a wonderful inspiration to all of us here, and I simply can´t wait to see, what outstanding work, you´re going to make for those men of ours, when you get these new amazing male papers in your hands, but it can only be fabulous, that thing is certain in my mind.
    Have a wonderful week-end ahead here soon and lots of fun, and hope you´re safe there after I saw about the tornado in your city again yesterday???

    • Tara Brown says:

      Hello Maryanne, thank you once again for your thoughtful and oh-so-very-kind comments! You are so dear to me! No tornadoes where I live thankfully, but this is certainly the season for them. Hope you and your family are well in Denmark. I think of you often!

  5. Anonymous says:

    ik z
    ou graag hier een patroon van willen hebben erg leuk

    • Tara Brown says:

      Thank you for your comment. I used a Pazzles cutting file for this project and included the link in my post above. Take care!

  6. Tracy W says:

    Wow another stunning creation! Always such beautiful work to admire on your blog. Creative Blessings, Tracy x

  7. Rannah Romps says:

    Tara, I so look forward to each and every Beautiful Project you do!! Thank You for such inspiration!!!

    • Tara Brown says:

      Hi Rannah, you are so very kind! Your comments inspire me and I just want to let you know I appreciate them so very much! Tara

  8. sandy dehon says:

    Gorgeous! I love tea pots and this one is fit for a queen!!
    sandy xx

    • Tara Brown says:

      Hi Sandy! Thank you! I’m so glad you like it, and very much appreciate you taking the time to post your sweet comment! Tara

  9. Tammy Whitley says:

    Tara you just utterly amaze me. You work is jaw dropping. Even my husband is impressed and it takes a lot to impress him. His jaw dropped too!!!! I love your work and wish I could take a class from you and learn exactly how you do this stuff. You are amazing.

    • Tara Brown says:

      Hi Tammy, I want to express a heartfelt thank you to you for all the kind things you say! You touch my heart in such a special way. I am grateful to you for your inspirational comments! Have a great weekend and take care! Tara

  10. Theresa Harding says:

    Hi Tara, I have followed your website for many years now and you never cease to amaze me by your incredible talent. To say I am blown away is an understatement, I love everything you do. I live in the UK and wondered if you could tell me what machine I need to use the cutting files that make your extraordinary beautiful designs. Thanks Theresa x

    • Tara Brown says:

      Hi Theresa, First, I want to thank you for following my blog and for taking the time to write such a nice comment! I have a Pazzles Inspiration as well as a Silhouette Cameo. Many of my cutting files are designed by myself, and others can be found on the Pazzles and Silhouette websites. Depending on the project, I will always include a link to access the cutting file. For this partiular project, I included a link to the Pazzles website for access to the cutting file. I hope you have a great week/weekend! Thanks again! Tara

  11. Anonymous says:

    Hi Tara, Thanks for the info. I have been making your Typewriters and the people I showed them to loved them. You are so talented. Thanks Theresa xx

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