Friday, November 30, 2012

Cut It Up Challenge #7--3D Holiday Project

Hi everyone!!

It's time for another challenge at Cut It Up Challenges!! This week our challenge to you is to make a 3D Holiday project. It can be any holiday but as always, you must include a die-cut. 

Here is my creation:

I made this cute little tea bag dispenser for a gift for someone this Christmas. I plan on making a few different ones, and I will post my different versions at a later date. I found a tutorial(there are many out there) on how to make this card stock tea dispenser and then I decorated it with some papers from The Paper Studio. I added some ribbon in the center for a bit of a border, added some red and green flowers on top, and for my die-cut I used this "Tea Time" die-cut from Love You a Latte cartridge. I just love how it turned out. The tea bags in the dispenser will not be the ones I will be gifting. 
The ones I will be gifting have no envelope. I will be making my own tea bag envelopes for them and gifting a variety of holiday teas. Can't wait to give these away!!

Some close-ups:

Here is the prize we are giving away, sponsored by Cut It Up:
Please go and check out my other DT sister's projects at Cut It Up and play along with us! Remember to include a die-cut!!


  1. This is gorgeous beautifully decorated. Caroline xxx

  2. I am a BIG time tea drinker, and I LOVE this tea bag dispenser! It is just beautiful! You did a great job! Can you share what tutorial you used to make it? Thanks

  3. this is beautiful Jennifer. I am for sure going to scraplift this one! My mother in-law is a tea drinker and would LOVE this!

  4. What a fabulous box Jennifer! I love those papers and those pretty flowers at the top!


  5. This is a fabulous tea box Jennifer!

  6. LOVE!LOVE!LOVE!!A Fabulous Job!!
    Have a wonderful Friday,

  7. Love this!! Your colors and paper are just so fun! Everyone will love these!! Great idea with the flower on top!! :)

  8. I love this. I want to make one too! :) Janis

  9. Cute box! Love the papers you used! The flower on top looks great too! :)