DIY Gifts · Home decor · mothers day · Mothers Day Series 2019 · Papercraft

Pretty Tea-cup & Saucer

Hello everyone, and thank you for stopping by. Today I have project number 5 for this years Mothers Day Series 2019.

Here is my pretty Tea-cup & Saucer.

Pretty Tea-Cup And Saucer Gift

I have been wanting to make a pretty feminine one for a long time and after some playing around I came up with this and love it!

Pretty Tea-Cup And Saucer Gift

These make such a lovely Mothers Day gifts and can be filled with anything to like.

Pretty Tea-Cup And Saucer Gift

How cute would they be for a little girls tea party and given as party favors?

Pretty Tea-Cup And Saucer Gift

I love the butterfly detail and flowers decorate around the saucer.

Pretty Tea-Cup And Saucer Gift

To make these you will need…

I use the Xcut Circle Cutter to make my circles but you can use a dinner plate and smaller plate to make these. You will need something around 11.1/2 diameter and 6.1/2 diameter to get a similar size cup to me.

Shop the Xcut Cutterย here.

Xcut Circle Cutter

If you have the Circle Cutter set it to 11.1/2 and cut your first circle, don’t move the cutter but adjust the dial to 6.1/2 and cut another circle again so you have created a ring.

For the saucer, you will need to cut a 4″ diameter circle. You can use decorative dies to make this.

1 piece of 1/2″ x 7″ pattern paper for your handle.

The papers I used were from the Sweet Garden Roses paper pack from The Works.

Flowers, die cuts and embellishments to decorate.

Check out my full tutorial below to see how I made them.

These are so easy to make and quick too.

Pretty Tea-Cup And Saucer Gift

Well, that’s it for this year, I hope you have enjoyed the tutorials I have shared this week and give them a go. As always if you do make anything inspired by my tutorials please share them on my Facebook groupย Mixed Up Crafters.

Have a wonderful weekend.

Happy crafting

Sam

xoxo

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19 thoughts on “Pretty Tea-cup & Saucer

  1. Couldn’t sleep so I’m watching some of your Videos.I go to a retreat twice a year and my friend give something to each person every day.We go for 4 days so this little tea cup will be great for one of the days.
    Blessings Jocelan
    It is 1 am here in British Columbia Canada.
    Have a great weekend

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  2. How beautiful this cup is , I would love to know about the acetate box to put it in
    Thanks again for another great tutorial Sam xx๐Ÿ˜˜

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  3. Sam, this is absolutely beautiful, delicate and thoughtful! What a wonderful way to express gratitude, love, and friendship to many. Thank you for the wonderful tutorials. Iโ€™m never disappointed and your teaching is outstanding. Additionally, you mentioned an acetate box tutorial for the teacup. I would love to be able to present this with an acetate box. Thank you!!

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  4. Visit with you often via your blog, love your projects and thanks so much for giving great directions and tips. This will be a super gift for several of my closest friends for Easter. Joyful stamping.

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  5. I love this and will be making a few for my โ€œfamilyโ€ at church. So amazing and beautiful. One more thing, i love your rings in each video. That is the first thing i look at

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  6. Thank you for sharing this fab design and instructions. Going to use it with a group of Seniors who I craft with every week. They will love it

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  7. Thank you Patricia for your kind message. Its such a lovely project and I have been requested by so many people now to do the box, so hopefully I will have something up by the end of the week ๐Ÿ™‚

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  8. Hi Jocelan, I do hope you managed to get some sleep!? Your 4 day retreat sound lovely and what a thoughtful idea to give this as a gift. Crafty hugs. Sam ๐Ÿ™‚

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  9. Loved the cup and saucer and all your tutorials. What is the name of your die cut machine, itโ€™s the perfect size for compact spaces.

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