On Tips and Tea on Tuesdays, I will cover a topic and hopefully provide you with some tips that will be helpful! And just as an afterthought, tea may occasionally be a cup of Joe!
Tea today, is an old-time-favorite, Red Zinger, from Celestial Seasonings. This tangy fruity tea is flavorful beautiful blend of of hibiscus, peppermint, sweet orange, lemongrass and wild cherry. Kind of a crazy mixture, that somehow works, sort of like today’s post.
This wallhanging was made from a collection of greeting cards that came from the two loves of my life, my husband and daughter.
Today’s Tip: Re-purpose those fun little Jello-O mold tins, and cookie cutter molds in fun ways! You remember in December, I had a post on re-purposing tin Jello-o molds, and one on tin cookie cutters. Here are a few more from my collection and ideas on how to use yours.
I fill the tins with fun little treasures that haven’t found a home on a wallhanging or other project. Sometimes I fill them with buttons, charms, ribbons, or whatever strikes my fancy. For the Cookie Cutter Wreath below, I took a collection of aluminum cookie molds, and wrapped them with ribbons and trims. I then glued them together, and added in a collection of flowers made from burlap ribbon and zippers. This piece is featured in my book, Creative Embroidery, Mixing the Old With the New, by C&T Publishing.
A Heart a Day: 21
Heart Felt Wishes to you all! I love hearts, I love the shape, I love to decorate the house at Valentine’s Day, and I have a lot of hearts… so I decided to post A Heart a Day for the entire month of February.
Home is where the hearts/hearts/hearts and more hearts are!
Happy tea drinking and heartfelt wishes for a wondrous day! ~Christen
PS: If you have any questions or thoughts, just leave a comment! See Tips, Tricks, the Basics, for more helpful ideas.