Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Club Scrap Vintage Botany Blog Hop!


Welcome to the Club Scrap July Blog Hop featuring the Vintage Botany kit. If you have arrived from Tina's Finding Your Niche Blog then you are in the right place. If not, hop back to Karen's post at the Club Scrap Blog to see a complete list of all the talented bloggers.


This month I chose to re-create Tricia's Graffi-TEA dispenser project from January 2014. Be sure to visit her blog for detailed instructions.

Scroll to the bottom of this post to see more details and tips on how I created this project.

Up next on the hop is Roni at her Inkstains Blog


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Vintage Botan-TEA Dispenser

Gather Purple, Brown, and Lite Ivory Print papers from the Vintage Botany collection. Follow Tricia's efficient instructions to create the project. Trim panels to nest and decorate the outside of the dispenser and lid.


Create depth with Club Scrap Earth Hybrid Ink applied to the edges of the Ivory Print panels, lid, and base of the dispenser.


Tip: Be sure to adhere all of the nesting panels to the outside of the dispenser before attaching to the base.


Tip: Adhere smaller elements, like these 1/2" wide Purple Lid panels, with Club Scrap Bookbinding Glue in a Needle-tipped Applicator.


Tip: Find the center of the lid with the zero center on a Club Scrap Acrylic ruler to ensure proper placement of the Idea-ology Curio Knob.



Let's take another look at the finished project.




Thanks again for stopping by and don't forget about all the amazing past blog hop projects that continue to inspire!


21 comments:

  1. I love how this tea container looks, so beautiful! It is still high on my list to make one. This paper is just perfect for it.

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  2. the tea container is beautifully done

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  3. Julie! This is adorable, especially with the little knob on top. I'm going to have to make one for my oldest son, a chai tea drinker. You assembly photos are wonderful, you make it look so easy! Thanks for the inspiration this morning!

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  4. So pretty Julie! Thanks so much for the tutorial.

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  5. How Precious! Just love it, Julie.

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  6. What a fun tea caddy! I love it...such a fun project that is usable! I love making things I (or someone else) can use. Great idea for all of the tea drinkers on my Christmas list. TFS!

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  7. Oh the Vintage Botany papers are so wonderful for this project, and of course you've done it so perfectly! Just adorable Julie!

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  8. This is absolutely gorgeous, Julie! That little knob just makes the project so adorable.

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  9. Such a great gift! It turned out so pretty with the Vintage Botany papers.

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  10. Those papers sure are suited to a tea dispenser! Love bringing back older projects!

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  11. Julie you never disappoint, your projects are always amazing!! You did Tricia's tea dispenser justice with this Vintage Botany version! Great job!
    Blessings,
    Melitta

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  12. Beautiful Julie, this is still on my to do list.

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  13. OMG your tea container is STUNNING! I am definitely pinning this for the future!

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  14. Omg! The tea dispenser is gorgeous!

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  15. Awesome project! I've made these before too- yours with this kit is gorgeous!

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