Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Club Scrap & Coffee Lovers Blog Hop: Garden Shed


Welcome to another
Club Scrap Blog Hop.
Today we present to you projects made with
the September Garden Shed kit.

I hope you came over here from
Jennifer's Blog
and seen her beautiful project.

My project for a teabagholder was inspired by this
painting. It has the colors of the kit, the tea and the apples.

Why the apples?  Well, coming Sunday it is Jewish New Year
(Rosh Hashanah) and one of the symbols on the table is an apple.
We eat a sweet apple with honey and wish each other a very
happy and sweet New Year.

Inside this teabagholder you find pockets for teabags and of
course I added bags of apple tea. 

This teabagholder is easy to make. You need a piece of
cardstof of 7 x 8,5 inch and score it at 4 and 4,5 inch.

For the pockets you need 3 pieces of 4 x 6 1/4 inch of cardstock,
the same as the main paper of the holder. All 3 opieces are scored at 
3,5 inch horizontal and 0,5 inch on both vertical sides. At the 
3,5 line you snip these V-shapes for easy folding.
I used a corner rounder on the longer side and a circle punch
on the shorter side as it makes it easier to add and get the teabag.

Before adding any decoration add a ribbon to the outside of the
holder at 3,5 inch horizontally (middle of the holder).

Now we go to the the decorations. 
You can make these as eleborate as you want. 
The paper for the front of the book is a part  one of the decorated
12x12 inch of scrappapers from the kit. I added more color to the apples 
with color pencil. The apple is a woodsie, that I firstly colored
white with gesso. Next I used a honecomb template, one of the
words from the stencil that was with the kit. The bee is printed from the 
digital Garden Shed kit. The Jewish sentiment is Shana Tova, meaning
a "Good Year". 

The background paper here is a print with apples from
the digital kit . The picture is a fun picture I took
for this project. The beehive is one of the rubber stamps
and symbolizes of course the honey thatis eaten.
The woodsie with Happy New Year is part of the Happy Birthday
stamp and a handwritten New Year.

On the right side you find the 3 pockets which
are decorated with the same paper as on the left side from the 
digital kit. The sentiment here is from an older Club Scrap kit
called Infusion, which is all about tea. The cups are die cut
For decoration I used the little bee stamp from the 
rubber stamps with the Garden Shed kit.

This is the back of the holder...empty. A place to write
some good wishes for the receiver.

And now for the next blog you go to
and see what see is sharing for wonderful project with you.

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Thank you for looking
and all your wonderful comment.
Enjoy your coffee or tea.



35 comments:

Teri Wilde said...

I love this idea! One of the things I was planning to do tomorrow is make a Rosh Hashanah card for a friend. You've given me a new idea. L'Shanah Tovah.

Maxine D said...

What a beautiful project Hetty - and thank you for sharing the traditions of your faith - I love hearing about them.
Blessings
Maxine

Arianna Barbara said...

Wow! Such a fantastic project!!! Love it!

Dana Gong said...

Love this teabag holder card. Great idea!

Ink Stained Roni said...

Such a fun gift Hetty! I'm sure whomever is lucky enough to receive it will enjoy it. Love how you worked the theme into your creation!

Donna Coughlin said...

Hetty this is so cute, I've seen cards with one tea bag, but never three, this is great!

Rebecca Yahrling said...

What a beautiful and thoughtful gift, Hetty! And thanks for the tutorial ... I'd love to make one of these for a co-worker. :-)

Wendy Bellino said...

Hetty you make the most thoughtful things. What a wonderful idea for a gift.I love how you incorporated holiday symbols on you teabag holder. Thanks for sharing! L'Shanah Tovah!

Shelly said...

Beautiful, Hetty!

Annette said...

As always Hetty lovely.

Julie said...

Hetty, what a fun and clever project! love all the details.

Tricia Morris said...

Pinning this so I will remember to make one for my tea-loving friends. What a great idea, Hetty! Thanks for the tutorial!

jen t. said...

Tea bag holder is so pretty!!! Love this idea for a teacher gift too! Thanks for the inspiration !

Daffodil Cards said...

I know I keep saying this, but you are so creative, this is a wonderful project and gift.
Faith
x

Anne Marie said...

Such a great tea holder. I have many tea drinkers in my life, these would make perfect gifts! Thanks for sharing!

Cheryl Walker said...

BEAUTIFUL Tea holder!!!
Hugs
Cheryl

Karen Wyngaard said...

What a wonderful gift idea! Thanks for the "how to"!

Bad Kitty (Fiki) said...

wonderful card!
Fiki

Donna Nuce said...

Hi Hetty! Just love this tea bag holder idea! Happy New Year to you!

Tenia Nelson said...

AWESOME!!

Kay Williamson said...

You're always so interesting Hetty :) What a great project for our tea loving friends and family. I can think of lots of good uses for the darling project, what a great idea and of course you did a perfect job on it.

Karen B. said...

This project is amazing, I love your attention to detail.

Teresa Godines #6857 said...

Great little folder for a tea gift. Thanks for sharing

APeeling Papercrafts said...

This is such a great teabag holder!! Love those pockets, I will definitely be making one!

Verna Angerhofer said...

Wonderful tea bag holder and I love that you used an apple. It is also a fruit that is ripening at this time of year too! So it not only fits your religion but also goes with the fall theme.

KT Fit Kitty said...

Very beautiful, Hetty! Would make a lovely gift as well!

Ann said...

Beautiful tea bag holder and the tea looks delicious.

Lisa said...

Wow wow wow! This is gorgeous!!

AJ Bodine said...

Wow, this is incredibly creative, I love it!

~amy~ said...

Hetty, such a wonderful project! I love the interior too!

Carolyn said...

love it!

Lisa D said...

Wonderful project Hetty! I love the little pockets!

Tonya said...

Love your creation!

Helen F. said...

Fabulous project, Hetty

Ruby Wilkes said...

So cute, I love this I'm going to have to scraplift this if you don't mind.