Christmas Gifts in a Teacup with Nostalgia
- 2 pieces of mat board measuring 4 1/4" x 3 1/4" for the teacups
- 4 pieces of Nostalgia paper measuring 4 1/4" x 3 1/4" to line the teacup die cuts
- 1 piece of mat board measuring 5" x 3" for the saucer
- 2 pieces of Nostalgia paper measuring 5" x 3" to line the saucer
- 1 piece of mat board measuring 7 1/4" x 2 1/4" for the teacup sides
- 2 pieces of Nostalgia measuring 7 1/4" x 2 1/4" to line the teacup sides
- 1 piece of mat board measuring 1 1/2" x 1 3/4" for the tag
- 2 pieces of Nostalgia measuring 1 1/2" x 1 3'4" to line the tag
I think these teacups would be so much fun to use as favors for a holiday tea or cookie swap!
I love the ticket stickers...like this "Naughty Pass." Holiday stress can get the best of us all...so a naughty pass could come in handy!
To dress up my individually wrapped packages of Biscoff Cookies, I cut a 1 3/4" wide strip of paper from the 6x6 Bundle pack. Then I just wrapped it around the cookie label, leaving the red ends to show. Top it with a sticker, and BOOM! Instant cuteness!
I think these would make great teacher appreciation gifts. The empty teacup could be used to hold paper clips or other small supplies.
You could tuck a Starbuck's gift card into the little holder and be all done with your holiday shopping.
And how cute would these little teacups be all lined up on a holiday mantel?
This is a great project to do with kids. Just form an assembly line, put some elf hats on their cute little heads and let them pretend to be in Santa's workshop. And if they sneak a candy cane, chocolate or cookie...well, give them a naughty pass! LOL
I'll be back later this month with more fun uses for this beautiful collection. I hope I've shared some ideas here that will help you get ready for Christmas!
- Nostalgia 12x12 Paper Pad, Sticker Sheet and 6x6 Bundle
- Spectrum Cardstock: Red Licorice and Crocodile Smile
- Eileen Hull Sizzix Teacup Die
- Mat Board or Heavy White Chipboard
- Ribbons and embellies from your stash