Tea wall art is perfect for tea party decor or bringing a little spring whimsy to your home. This is a sponsored post.
Those who know me are aware that I have a *thing* for teapots. I still have this whimsical teapot bird bath in my garden. So when I saw the new Tea Time Die Set at Crafter’s Edge, I had to try it out. These dies are designed specifically for fabric, so I’ll be able to make cute napkins and aprons with tea themed designs. For my first project, I used the dies to cut felt so I could make a cheery spring inspired piece of tea wall art.
Tea Wall Art Tutorial Supplies
- Crafter’s Edge Tea Time Die Set
- Maker’s Movement Petite Posies Die Set
- Plaid Crafts Square Wood Frames
- DCWV Watering Can Paper Pack
- Leather Studio Gold Glitter
- Xyron Adhesive
- Plaid Home Decor Chalk Paint in Moss
- Foam dots
Paint the frame with the Moss Chalk Paint and let it dry.
Trim the paper to fit the frames. Use a Xyron adhesive roller to attach the patterned paper to the frame.
Glue the frames together.
Use the Crafter’s Edge Tea Time dies to cut the teapot, lid, tea cup, plate, and heart from felt fabric. I use my Crossover II with these fabric dies to get a perfect cut every time.
Cut the flowers from patterned paper.
Glue the teapot and cup to the patterned paper. Paint the white felt edges with the gold paint.
Use foam dots to add the cascade of flowers. Vary the number of glue dots to create layers. Some flowers only have one foam dot, others have as many as four stacked up.
Add rhinestones to the flower centers.
Spring isn’t here just yet, but this fun piece makes me feel like spring is just around the corner. Have fun crafting and creating your own home decor!