Thursday, April 23, 2009

Tea Box

The Catholic Women's League at my church is holding a special 60th Anniversary dinner this Saturday. We are having a few special guests and our local florists has offered to do all the flowers for free, so I offered to make a few special thank yous. I decided to use Papertrey Ink's ForKeepSake Template by Lauren Meader to create tea boxes. (directions for this can be found on Lauren's website). Since I do not personally know any of these guests I thought I would make simple boxes, nothing too fancy. I don't know whether the gifts will be well recieved or just put on a shelf and this is what I came up with.


Paper: SU Groovy Guava; SU Boardering Blue; SU Real Red; SU DP

Accessories: Ribbon, scalloped punch, flower

Since Glenn Brown Flowers is providing us with all the flowers I printed off some business cards saying compliments of.... I stamped SU Botanical Blooms in Brilliant Blue and used a Martha Stewart gold metallic colour around the edges (CWL's colours are blue and gold). These cards will be on all the tables at the dinner.

I made this card at my SU demonstrator's place and thought I would use it as my thank you card to the florist. The one butterfly is on a pop dot making it look like it is actually flying.

Stamps: Great Friend; Elegant Thank You (Single stamp sold on last page of SU magazine)

Paper: SU Pale Plum; SU Perfect Plum; SU Always Artichoke; SU Whisper White

Ink: SU Pale Plum; SU Perfect Plum; SU So Saffron

Accessories: Pop Dots

1 comment:

  1. Hi...
    You said you wanted to make simple ones, but your simple ones also look amazing. Awesome work! Quite creative. Keep it up.