A Cup of Tea Card And Tea Gift Box Part 2

Are you a tea lover or know someone in your life that is. Here is a wonderful idea for a friend, a birthday, Mother’s day, a hostess or thank you gift.

 

Several years ago our friend April created this beautiful set of tea cards and tea gift boxes. We love these as much today as we did back then so we had to share them with you.    

Beautiful and unexpected colors of purple and apple green add a happy note to the front of the card. The flower girl ‘Miki’is on the front. Her name means ‘beautiful princess’. She is one of 3 flower girls in JAPANESE FLOWER GIRLS set. The flowers are included with the set in the Cherry Blossom file.

 

On the outside of the gift box, April used the cherry blossom branch again and then added a tea cup and printed tag from theTEA CUPS & TAGScollection.You’ll find a full page of quotes ready to print and cut included with the tea cup patterns. Sure makes it quick and fun to put this project together.

 

When you lift the lid you are greeted again with ‘Miki’.

 

For the box itself, April choose the squarePIE BOX,  enlarged it to fit the containers, deleted the window on the top and added side panels.

She found the little plastic heart containers at the dollar store and filled them with and assortment of loose leaf teas and added labels. You could also add an assortment of individually packaged tea bags.

April used the svg cutting files from the following sets.

JAPANESE FLOWER GIRL TEA CUPS & TAGS

PIE BOX

Thank you April M.

 

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