Monday, December 10, 2012

Tea Time Part 2

Happy Monday and Happy Hanukkah to all my Jewish readers! I hope your weekend was a good one. We lit the first candle Saturday night but are saving the presents for Christmas. Last weekend we were enjoying unseasonably warm temperatures but this weekend that all changed and snow and cold returned. The snow didn't last long but the cold is still hanging around.Thankfully it is suppose to be back in the 50's by the end of the week though. I hope it is warmer where you are.
Today as promised I want to share the rest of the items I made for the tea party. First is the invitation.
I used the same layout for the brunch invitations I made here but this time I added die cut tea cups from the Tea For Two Additions set with tiny flowers using the flower die from the Flipping Out Dies.
Next is the tea bag favor
The base was made with the PTI lunchbox note die but I enlarged it using SCAL to hold a tea bag and made mats to go with it..The tea pot from Tea For Two was die cut and stamped. The leaves are from turning a new leaf dies but this time I shrunk them with SCAL so they were tiny and my Silhouette cut them out. The rose was made using the smallest MFT rolled rose die and to finish it off I added a liquid pearl to the middle. When you take the teabag out you will find this sentiment from Tea For Two that has been die cut behind it.

Finally here are the matching food and drink cards.
These were all created digitally with  Silhouette Designer Studio. I hope you have enjoyed my tea party.I had a lot of fun making it. I will be back soon with more to share until then I hope your week is a great one.


5 comments:

carol (krillsister) said...

Everything is soooo pretty. Great job with all those projects.

Jen Adcock said...

Just glorious! I agree with Carol..magnificent job with all the projects. So pretty!

Carol's Ink Spot said...

Hi Terri,
Wonderful tea party invites and accessories! Love the patterns on everything. Glad to read that it is suppose to be warmer on the weekend in the Denver area. I'll be returning home then. Chat again soon. Carol

Leigh said...

These are all so lovely!

Handmade in Israel said...

So much work, but all so beautiful! You did a great job. I hope you enjoyed Hanukkah - guess you get to celebrate both festivals!