Saturday, April 2, 2011

Just Add Ink 62

This weeks challenge over at Just Add Ink is to make a box or a bag so I have made a little tea caddy and used my favourite Stampin Up DSP Love Letter.
For the top I had to borrow a set "Morning Cup" (thanks Moira) as I didn't have one stamp that had a teapot or cup to pop on the top of my tea caddy.  I got the pattern for this from Lauren Meader she has lots of fabulous patterns. This would make a lovely gift for someone with their special tea inside

Card:  Cherry Cobbler Very Vanilla and Black
DSP:  Love Letter
Ink: Stazon
Accessories: Punches and markers

13 comments:

  1. What a sweet little tea bag dispenser. I love how you have decorated it to match your very regal looking tea bags. Great project and thanks for reminding me about those amazing templates that LD sells.

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  2. Sue, I love this it is ever so elegant & pretty!

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  3. What a great idea- you'll have to do a class for it!!

    Look forward to seeing in real life

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  4. Sue this is so cute, love your colours and a stunning flower.

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  5. This is sooooo wonderful! I love the box and how fabulously it co-ordinates with the tea bags! THat flower is pretty awesome too!
    SMiles Sharnee :)

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  6. Wow Sue this is terrific. Love the dsp you've chosen and that flower on top...gorgeous!

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  7. Beautifully crafted and it looks so elegant - you just know your going to get a great cuppa! Love that gorgeous flower too :)
    Kim

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  8. Just lovely Sue. Love the colour combo and that flower is gorgeous.

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  9. I love teabag dispensers of all sorts, but this is the most elegant I have seen, Sue!! Well done!

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  10. This is lovely Sue, the colours are lovely.

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  11. swings and roundabouts Susie my friend....any stamp of mine is a stamp of yours...love the box might have a go at this one instead..we do need a class on this one...and you can use my stamps..

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