I should warn you right off the bat – I am NOT a coffee drinker. This means I don’t often get excited about cards that are coffee-themed. However, I am a tea drinker and just love to see one of my favorite beverages featured on paper crafting projects. The projects I’m sharing today all give a nod to tea, and some are even punny!
Lori’s card has a great sentiment and uses a tag to highlight the cup of tea. What a cheerful card for someone to receive.
My Cup of Tea by Lori Tecler, courtesy inking aloud
Claire colored these vibrant teacups with Copic markers. The stack is so endearing, and the sentiment tag looks just like one from a tea bag.
A Cup of Thanks by Claire Broadwater, courtesy Claire Creates Cards
This card by Elise is punny and so much fun. I love the “tea-riffic” sentiment and the multi-colored teapots. They make such a great background for the card.
You’re Tea-riffic! by Elise C., courtesy Lawn Fawn Blog
Debby’s card has a sentiment that is just perfect. My dad always likes to say that most of the world’s problems could be solved if world leaders would just take the time to sit down and chat over a cup of tea. The patterned, die-cut tea cup at the top of the card are a great contrast to the sentiment at the bottom.
A Cup of Tea by Debby Yates, courtesy A Scrapjourney
This card by Lexa would be great for Mother’s day, or any day you want to remind your mom how “tea-riffic” she is! The teapot and cups remind me of Mrs. Potts and Chip from Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. The little teabag tag she has hanging out of the top of the teapot is such an adorable touch, too.
You’re a Tea-riffic Mom by Lexa Lavana, courtesy Lexa’s Artsy Corner
Debbie created these fun Teabag Holder Cards to include teabags as gifts. She includes a step-by-step instruction for the card dimensions on her blog. This would be a great gift for a friend you haven’t seen in a while or for someone feeling a little under the weather.
Teabag Holder Cards by Debbie Seyer, courtesy A Peek Into My Stamping Room
There are lots of different products out there that will allow you to feature tea in your papercrafting. I used this stamp set to make the thank-you notes for my tea party bridal shower. If you’re a coffee drinker or have coffee-drinking friends, it will serve both purposes!
Latte Love Clear Stamps by Fiskars
These are the stamps Debby used on her A Cup of Tea card that was featured above:
Warm Solutions Clear Stamps by Clearly Besotted
I hope this post has made you a little warmer and ready to make a cup of tea and then some tea-drinker friendly cards! Remember-“A cup of tea solves everything!”