Wednesday, March 28, 2012

PCS High Tea Blog Hop

*NOTE – High Tea blog hop officially starts March 28th so if you’re here a little early, be sure to come back and see all of the projects the PCS design team has created for you.

Welcome to the Paper Crafters Sampler “High Tea” blog hop featuring our 3D teapot template from the March issue of the Paper Crafters Sampler entitled, “Orange Blossom Tearoom”.   
With the current trend of tea images in the paper crafting world, it only seemed appropriate to offer a tea-related template, and that is our newest “High Tea” 3D, teapot.
Now-a-days, teapot come in so many sizes and shapes, it was easy to select one for my inspiration.  What did you think of what I’ve created ………. 




I had fun making this little teapot.  It would be wonderful for a little girls tea party.  My daughter had a fun time playing with the teapot, pouring little candies out.  

Now, feel free to go back and take another at Regina's teapot images or select the “Click Here” button below and hop on over to Gisela's blog.   



**Leave me a comment here on this post by Friday, March 30th and you will be entered into a drawing for a FREE copy of this months Paper Crafters Sample which includes 8 fabulous projects and this adorable template so you can make your very own teapot.


Thanks for stopping by!
Karen

35 comments:

  1. Beautiful details! I love the choice of the lace punch.

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  2. Love the colours you chose and the details...thanks for sharing!

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  3. Oh my goodness...I absolutely LOVE this teapot! You used some of my fave colors and I love the antiqueing around the edges! TFS

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  4. Beautiful...makes me want to try my hand at creating a tea pot. I love your color choices.

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  5. Great project for a little girls' party!

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  6. Very pretty, and just right for a teapot.

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  7. I love this! Beautiful paper, colors, accents. Everything!
    Martha L.

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  8. This is pretty!! Love the paper you used and the pretty lace accents and ribbon!!!

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  9. This is just so pretty. I love this paper and it is perfect for this little teapot. thanks for sharing.

    carolyn s
    ceashark at aol dot com

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  10. I love how stunning your teapot has turned out. Showing the the other side of the paper looks great.

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  11. csnippets@aol.comMarch 28, 2012 at 1:51 PM

    Very pretty , I love the color, and the ribbon threaded through the punched lace.

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  12. You teapot turned out gorgeous!!!

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  13. Love the vintage details! So, so pretty!

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  14. Love the Everyday Enchantment DSP - beautiful teapot

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  15. Very elegant, love the use of ribbon.

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  16. I absolutely love this teapot. Keeping my fingers crossed.

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  17. Love it! This would make a great table decoration for our Girl Scout troop's Mother/Daughter tea!

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  18. I so love this paper! Beautiful teapot!

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  19. Another beauttiful project Karen. The doily punch looks great with this DSP, and the dark green stripe under the lace really pulls out the color.

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  20. I finally found a way to use my green ribbon in a VERY attractive way. I love your teapot!

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  21. Everyone of you are so talented and created something unique with the same template! I love the addition of the lacey punch stip to your tea pot!

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  22. Beautiful! Love the paper, ribbon, lace punch...all of it.

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  23. So nicely decorated! Love the victorian feel...is it really sturdy enought for your daughter to play with it? My granddaughter would do the SAME! Thanks for a chance at the free issue... stampindjo@hotmail.com

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  24. The distress makes the pot so elegant, it is simply adorable.

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  25. Each teapot along the way has been so different! Yours has this great vintage feel...like aged fine china. I love the distressing you did...it really mimics what happens to china with time. Love your ribbon accents.

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  26. Chai time. Gorgeous artwork. Crossing my fingers and toes.
    Marisol
    atouchof_sol@yahoo.com

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  27. Very pretty. Great use of the Everyday enchantment paper.

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  28. Love the choice of papers, makes me want to make one for myself.

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  29. Beautiful! Love the colors of your sweet teapot.

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  30. ** t-riffic ** color choices.. looks so cute.. mitz_zee@yahoodotcom

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