Eileen Hull Woodland Teacup
Hello, Friends! I hope you all enjoyed a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend with your loved ones! We were super busy with family, but I did manage to squeeze in just enough studio time to create this Eileen Hull Woodland Teacup.
I’ve made about 20 of these sweet teacup gift packages this Christmas, but this one might be my most favorite. It was created for a special friend, and with any luck, she has received it by now!
I purchased this wooden reindeer in a lot of crafting goodies that a friend sold earlier this summer. Spray with with Ground Espresso Distress Stain, Antique Brass Mica spray and dust with a little bit of Grainy Texture Paste to alter the balsa wood, it looks right at home on this cup nestled in with the snow pine cones, holly berries and woodland tree.
These papers are from my Christmas scrap bin. I had just enough of the red houndstooth paper to create the cups. And I could not resist the urge to add a glittery red ornament to the base of the cup.
This vintage Santa spoon sort of fell into my basket at an estate sale a year or two ago. There were 6 in the set, and I’ve been hoarding them for special projects like this. The candy cane ornament is a flea market find. It’s a collectible from B. Lloyd, and I love it’s vintage vibe!
I’ve had such fun making these little cups! I wish I had time to make more…
Thanks so much for stopping by!