I can't resist teapots and teacups
The first thing you will notice about anyone who adores shabby chic is the automatic response to teapots and teacups. The vintage teapots and teacups draw the eye with the softer pastels and floral patterns. For someone like me, finding one of these treasures sends me into a buying frenzy.
Now I have a collection of teapots and teacups that cover several surfaces of my house that make me happy but collect dust. It is time to repurpose and give as gifts to those who would appreciate them. I have found several tutorials and pictures that might generate even more ideas.
I love this and it served as my inspiration for my first teacup project
The picture is from a site called "The Making Spot". The site is no longer in business but it was the inspiration for my project.
Tutorials for making pincushion
- Easy Teacup Pincushion Patterns
Unique and creative pincushions seem to be all the rage in the crafting world today! The teacup pincushion has been around for awhile, but the simple design has been reworked over and over to make some of the most beautiful decorative pieces. Since e
- The Spotted Frog
Simple to follow tutorial for pincushion teacups.
Buy all 4 and make them all for gifts or to sell at a boutique. Or...I could just keep them all for myself and hit the thrift stores.
Here is how I made my teacup pincushion - Click on the pictures to follow the stepsClick thumbnail to view full-size
Finished teacup pincushion
Stuffed and glued and ready for our quilt guild meeting.
Teacup lights - Martha Stewart strikes again - This is the coolest idea for repurposing teacups
Click on the source to be taken directly to the tutorial.