Authentique Masquerade Halloween Tea Tag: Halloween Week Day 5
Hello, Friends! This Authentique Masquerade Halloween Tea Tag is proof that the holiday is not just for kids. Who would not love to give (or receive) this “Tea Party in a Tag” treat? It’s assembled just like the Halloween Treat Tags that I shared earlier this week. And, it uses the same paper collection. Simply swap out the more adult “mask” themed papers and images for the too cute to spook ones.
Look at all the goodies you can fit inside the tag pocket! It’s everything you need to brew up a Halloween Tea Party for one. You gotta love that Halloween party image from the paper collection, too!
The back side of the tag is a clever little tea wallet.
What a fun way to say “BOO!”
I hope you’ve enjoyed Halloween Week. It’s always a little sad to put our fun Halloween papers away for the season.
I still have a couple of cute Halloween Pop Up Cards in my ETSY shopif you need a last minute card or gift.
Next week I’ll be sharing some beautiful fall creations. Then it’s on to a month of Christmas inspiration in November. What sort of projects and product lines would you like to see? Please let me know in the comment section below.
Summer House Card Folio with My Mind’s Eye Gingham Gardens
Hello, Friends! Won’t you join me for tea as I share this Summer House Card Folio? Sometimes Mondays call for a little extra cuppa and a chat with a friend. This little house in the country is the perfect place to pull up a lawn chair and greet the day. There’s even a floral rainbow in the sky above.
How to Brew a Summer House Tea Themed Card Folio
This 5″ x 7″ top fold card folio is made with My Mind’s Eye Gingham Gardens. Here’s how it came together.
First, create a 5″ x 7″ top fold card base with a 1/2″ spine.
Next, stitch a 4″ x 6″ panel of MME patterned paper onto a slightly larger piece of duck canvas fabric.
Now stitch burlap trim to frame the 4 ” x 6″ panel.
Then cut a banner flag belly band that is 7″ x 3″. Back with dimensionals and adhere to the center of the card.
Mat a 3″ x 4″ journal card on cardstock, back with dimensionals and adhere.
Now add flowers, ribbon and embellishments. (The little tea cup clothespin is a gift from my daughter.)
The Envelope Pocket
Create a 4″ x 6″ envelope with designer paper and an envelope punch. Adhere the flap to the top of the card base to make a flip pocket. Wrap the blue cardstock panel with ribbon before you adhere it to the card base. This provides a handy ribbon closure for the envelope pocket.
This is sweet spot to tuck in a tea wallet and a little photo folio.
If one pocket is good, surely two are better! Create a shallow pocket on the bottom half of the card to hold the vintage silver spoon, honey stick, and some ephemera bits.
I bought this vintage silver demitasse spoon in a large lot at an estate sale. It’s a souvenir spoon from The New Amsterdam Hotel dated 1880. I believe it is pure silver, and the details are so sweet.
Do you feel refreshed after sitting in the garden of my summer house with me? I’m so glad you were able to stop by! If you’d like to purchase this card/gift for a friend, you can find it in my ETSY shop.
Hug in a Cup Tea Themed Card Folio with Authentique Gracious
Hello, Friends! How about a hug in a cup this Monday morning? I have the sweetest tea themed card folio made with Authentique Gracious to share with you this morning.
This little 5″ x 5 1/2″ tea themed card folio is made with scraps from other Gracious projects I’ve been making this fall. I have to tell you…I am in love with this collection. It is so warm and nostalgic that I can’t seem to stop playing with it! This resulted in a lovely little stack of off cuts, extra doilies, die cut teacups and bits and pieces that were begging to be put to good use. So, I did!
You all know how much I love my tea, so I decided to make one more tea themed card folio with the lovely vintage teapots and teacups pattern from the collection. Stamped sentiments come from a lovely Penny Black tea stamp set that I will link below in the supply list.
Hug in a Cup Tea Themed Card Folio: Double Z Fold Card
Would you like me to do a tutorial for the double z fold card base? Wish granted! You’ll find a project tour with tips and tricks as well as a video tutorial below. It’s such a fun way to make a card. It just opens and opens and opens again, giving you lots of room to add paper pretties.
This is what the inside of the card looks like when fully opened. The center pocket holds a little tea bag and blank card where you can add your own personal greeting.
But the really fun thing about this folio design is that the back side is also fully decorated. How fun would it be to set this card out on your fall mantel, or even your Thanksgiving table?
Hug in a Cup Tea Themed Card Folio Tutorial on YouTube
You can see why I love this collection so much. The rich autumn hues and vintage images are just dreamy. And this card design is a great way to turn scraps into a gorgeous project!
I hope I’ve shared some tips, tricks and ideas that you can use in your own crafty adventures. If so, I’d love to hear from you in the comment section below. You’ll find a linked supply list below this post. And to see more Gracious Projects, Click HERE.