Sunday, 26 August 2012

A teabag caddy.

Here is another of the projects that we made at our shoe box swap the other week.
This tea bag caddy was shown to us by Karen Fagelman (no blog so can't post a link)
I am really pleased with how it turned out - and can you see the tea bags in their little fancy packets peeping out of the bottom??  The base colour was Cherry Cobbler and the DSP was Twitterpated - which is one set of papers you will still be able to get when the new catalogue launches in October.
Front view

View of lid

Arty  farty angle
Thanks for bringing us this to make Karen!!

13 comments:

  1. What a great idea. Might make some of these for Christmas :)

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  2. A great project and lovely papers too. A great idea for a gift for any occasion.

    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  3. What a fabulous project Kate,love the papers.xxx

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  4. I like it, I wonder if it could be converted to anything else....we only like yorkshire tea...

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  5. Wow this is gorgeous and such a great idea!! Love the colours used and the papers :-)
    I might have to give this a go myself - thank you for sharing

    Hugs Lisa xxxx

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  6. This is fab Kate, love it! I love the colours and the little bit at the bottom where the tea bags are, a really clever project xxx

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  7. love it this would make a great gift for my nanan as she loves tea think i may have to spend some pennies emma xx

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  8. What a great little gift! It's so beautiful.
    C xxx

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  9. This is a fabulous project Kate! I love your choice of colors and the White Peony Stamp is perfect! xx

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  10. What a fab ide, love the colours too
    hugs
    Angela
    Crafty Bloggers Network DT

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  11. I love it and would like to use the idea for my WI ladies - maybe for the raffle prize if I make one or maybe 40 of them which is a bit too ambitious!! Lovely papers too.

    love Ann x x

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