Really Reasonable Ribbon Hop: Graphic 45 Botanical Tea Party Tag Box
Hello, Ribbon Lovers! It’s time for the Really Reasonable Ribbon July Blog Hop! You should be coming here all inspired after having visited Karen’s lovely blog. I’ve created the cutest little Graphic 45 Botanical Tea Party Tag Box to share with you today. It’s all decked out with the RRR Blue and Yellow Ribbon Mix and ready to party.
These are the gorgeous ribbons in the July Ribbon Club. I love all the ribbon club assortments, but this one is especially beautiful. The colors are just so perfect for summer crafting!
Graphic 45 Botanical Tea Party Tag Box with Eileen Hull Card Box
Summer parties, here I come! The base for this tag box is Eileen Hull’s Card Box Die from her Book Club I Collection. I’ve decorated the box with beautiful Botanical Tea Papers. Then I added a lovely border strip to the bottom of the box. Next, I wrapped the top of the box with the gorgeous Capri Blue Plaid Ribbon from the Ribbon Club Assortment.
This sweet little banner is from the original Botanical Tea Collection. To make it, twist Natural Burlap String until it begins to coil in on itself. Then, tie knots on either end of the string and adhere to the box base with hot glue. Next, I threaded some of my precious vintage pearl buttons and adhered them between each banner. The finishing touch is a beautiful Beaded Fancy Flower from my Etsy shop.
The back side of the box is just as pretty as the front!
Botanical Tea Party Tag Box: The Tags
I created a trio of tags to slip into the box. These are Graphic 45 Square Ivory Laser Cut Tags from the Celebrate, Party, Cheers assortment.
Each tag is topped with a different ribbon from the Ribbon Club Assortment. This one is topped with the 5/8″ Yellow Poppy Print Satin Ribbon.
Tags are always more fun when they are interactive. Create a pocket and tuck in a tea bag and tag for extra fun!
Top this lovely tag with some chipboard and summery Capri Blue Taffeta Ribbon. Do you see the sweet little teacup charms? I’ve attached them with Natural Burlap String.
This tag opens to reveal a little gift card pocket. Use magnets to hold it shut.
This festive tag is topped with two ribbons: 3/8″ Capri Blue Checkerboard Satin and 3/8″ Blue and Yellow Diamond Print Grosgrain Ribbon.
This tag also has a magnetic folio attached to it. I’ve tucked some sweet cut apart images into the pocket.
The back of each tag has room for a photo or a note.
On With the Hop!
Now hop on over and see what fabulous creation awaits you on Linsey’s lovely blog. If you get lost along the way, you can find a complete blog list at Really Reasonable Ribbon. Finish the hop at the RRR blog where you will answer Bonnie’s question of the month. This will enter you into the drawing for a free July Ribbon Club Assortment.
If you’re not already signed up for the RRR Monthly Ribbon Club, now is a great time to join. It’s like getting a Christmas present every month of the year. You can find all the details and sign up HERE.
Thanks so much for stopping by! Enjoy the hop!
Lacking words – WOW!!!
Kathy, here’s another one of your fabulous projects that just gets my creative juices flowing! Love these ribbons…and using them for a group of themed tags is such a great way to make the most of them. The Ellen Hull box is what brings it all together for me. I’m picturing a way to gift someone with a week of celebrating whatever the occasion might be–just pull a tag a day out of the box! As always, thanks for sharing your incredible talent.
Just when I think you’ve hit your pinnacle I visit your site for the next hop and you prove me wrong! I am both inspired and humbled by your level of creativity every month tfs.
Fabulous. Love all the details. I like the banner.
Beautiful tags! Such gorgeous details!
OH my goodness, these are so adorable!!! Pinned and love your work!!! Truly fun shabby chic and love that banner on the front with the tea cup charms!
I am always delighted to see how you showcase papers and ribbons and you always show them in their finest glory and thismliece is no exception. Fresh, funky and an array of wonderful details. Tracy ❤️❤️
Another fantastic creation. Can always count on something spectacular from you.
This ribbon assortment is perfect for the Botancial Tea collection papers. As soon as I saw the box, I was thinking how pretty for it to hold tea bags. 🙂
What an awesome use of the card box! I have had some stuffed envelopes in the plan for a while but have not yet completed them…this idea of using a box is so much better! I love that everything has hidden compartments for gift cards or goodies! Another lovely project, Kathy!
Oh! My goodness! Botanical Tea celebration!! This is one of my all-time favorite G45 paper collections. You’ve really shown off this collection is a beautiful way. Every tag is a gift in and of itself. I am truly impressed with your creativity!! I so enjoy that you’ve chosen to feature the blues of this collection…nice!
This is gorgeous Kathy and I love how you always have the perfect paper collection to go with the ribbon assortment!
Wow! So many wonderful details in your project! Love, love, love!
Kathy, how perfectly beautiful and magical this box is! OMG, you have created something so special that anyone would love to have it as a gift! The RR Ribbons are so gorgeous. I really like this combination. Like one of the comments above I would love to just come and stand next to your crafting table for a few days while you create! Thank you so much for sharing! Hugs
Botanical Tea is the perfect paper to compliment this month’s ribbon collection. Thank you for sharing.
This is a fabulous creation. The ribbon really stands out and I don’t know if I could give it away if I made it. Or sell it for that matter. Beautiful.
Oh Sweet Kathy may I come and sit at your crafting table for a year or so??? This is fabulous – love love the layers, layers layers of embellishments – I need to LEARN this so – tell me – is there a tutorial? I just received some mini tea cups with spoon charms and oh – I am going to have to save the link to here and LIFT it – but unfortunately I know my lifting is not going to match or even exceed your lovely make! TFS and you are one fabulous artist! Blessings, Gail
This is so sweet! I love the shades of blue and pretty little tea cups and banners!
I just bought my first ever G45 paper this week. It really is very nice. Looking forward to using it on a project.
Kathy, this is so darn CUTE! The detail is fabulous – love the mini tea cups.
Kathy, you’ve outdone even yourself with this one – truly embellishment overload! This creation is just exploding with layers and details – I love it! I don’t know how you come up with all the terrific ways to use itsy bitsy teeny tiny pieces of paper and have them become part of a beautiful cohesive ‘whole.’ Brava! This is a keeper!