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Teacup Bouquet for Mom

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Use a tea cup die to create a fun bouquet of teacups spelling out "Mom" this Mother's Day. Mom will love this unique gift made with the help of a glass jar and Sizzix dies. 


Teacup Bouquet for Mom


Materials:

  • Tea Cup Die- Eileen Hull's Celebrate Die Cuts by Sizzix
  • Chipboard Backers
  • Cardstock
  • Wooden Skewers
  • Stamps- Hampton Art
  • Chalk Inks- ClearSnap
  • Glue- Aleene's Original Tacky Glue
  • Ink- Chestnut Roan Chalk ink
  • Glass Jar
  • Acrylic Paint
  • Glass Beads
  • Label Die- Sizzix
  • Embossing Folder- Sizzix
  • Tim Holtz Alphabet Die- Sizzix

Instructions:

l used Eiileen Hull’s new Celebration die cuts by Sizzix . This is the neatest die I have seen in a while tea cup die. Mothers day is coming up so I thought I could create a little something for her. I hand stamped cardstock with Hampton Art stamps and a variety of Chalk inks by Clearsnap . I then cut out three teacups and three chipboard backers glued them together with Aleene’ Original Tacky Glue and inked the edges with my all time favorite color – Chestnut Roan Chalk ink. I repurposed a glass jar by adding a little paint. I used Aleenes Tacky Glue to hold the skewers in place and also the tag on the front of the jar and stuffed the jar with glass beads. The tag on the jar is made all from Sizzix – an embossing folder, Tim Holtz alphabet, and a label die cut.

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