Mother’s Day Tea Party in a Box Folio Tutorial Part 1 with Graphic 45 Cottage Life
Hello, Friends! It’s Throwback Thursday, and I have such a sweet Mother’s Day Tea Party in a Box Folio Tutorial to share with you. It’s made with Graphic 45’s Cottage Life collection, which makes it perfect for Mother’s Day, Bridal Showers, Birthday Gifts or just because you feel like making something beautiful.
I only had time to create PART 1 of the tutorial for today, but I will be back tomorrow to finish things up. There are not many photos, because I am still working on the folio, but I snapped a couple of quick sneak peek photos to whet your appetite.
Are you ready to get this Throwback Thursday tutorial underway? Grab a pencil and a notebook and a cuppa and a snack. Then settle in and enjoy this video tutorial.
Tutorial on YouTube
I’ll be back on Friday with Part 2!
You can find a linked supply list for today’s tutorial below this post.
Thanks for stopping by!
- Graphic 45 Cottage Life
- 8×8 Paper Pad
- Patterns and Solids
- 12×12 paper Pad
- Chipboard Sheet
- Journaling Cards
- Die Cut Shapes (out of stock)
- 110# cardstock (I use Michael’s Rose Petals Mixed Shades of Pink)
Such a lovely folio. Looking forward to part two-thank you for sharing your creativity.
This is beautiful Kathy, this Mother’s Day Tea Party in a box folio! How sweet! Hoping to make 1 of these soon! Can’t wait to see how this all turns out! Thanks for sharing your great tips! Hugs, Suzy Q
I absolutely love this folio in process. I can see it’s going to be beautiful and can’t wait to see the finished project. Even though my Mom has been gone 4 years now, Mother’s Day is still really hard for me even though I’m a Mom and my kids always honor me. I think I might try making this for my sister. My sister and I are one year and one day apart so we are a close family (my parents had 4 children just 3 1/2 years apart) so I know Mother’s Day is hard for her too. I think she would love it and I can call her on Mothers Day and we can share our memories of our Mom while we enjoy a cup of tea together on the phone. Your lovely gift from the heart will make Mother’s Day a bit easier for me this year. Thank you for continuing to share your amazing talents and for inspiring me.