3 Gifts of Tea and the Japanese Flower Girls SVGs – Part 1

We’re heading into fall and cooler weather so it’s the perfect time to enjoy a cup of tea and share a cup with a friend. Alma from our design team is creating cheerful tea bag dispensers using the 3 princesses from theJapanese Flower Girlscollection and the Dispenser Box.

 

 

The 3 princesses from this collection were given special names.. Let me introduce you…

 

 

The first is Miki. Her name means “beautiful princess”. 

 

 

This is Hana. Her name means “favorite flower”. The branch of cherry blossoms is included with collection and looks beautiful on the front of each dispenser.

 

 

 

And the third flower girl is called Sakura. Her name means “cherry blossom”. 

 

When Alma shared her tea dispensers with us we were really tickled and recalled some projects our friend April did for us several years ago. We are going to make this a 3 part series and share those with you as well.

 

These little Japanese Flower Girls are such the perfect characters to add to any tea related project.

 

Alma used the svg cutting files from the following sets:

 

Japanese Flower Girls

Dispenser Box

 

You can also view photos on Alma’s Facebook atMy Craftastic Side.

and on instagram atMyCraftasticSide

 

Thank you Alma.

 

Hope you enjoy these and if so please leave us a comment.

 

 

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