I’m sure we have got a few readers out there who are super creative, imaginative, DIY, re-vamping, savants, but if by chance you’re not then keep an eye out for our tips! When buying used, there is more to an item than what meets the eye.
If you're like me your cupboards are dangerously full of adorable mugs, bowls, plates, and ...teacups
I've collected over the years. Sometimes it's difficult to resist beautiful items we know we just do not need. "But just one more, it's too nice to leave behind" Is almost my catch phrase. If it's yours as well, don't worry! Indulge in those lovely teacups, and make room in your cupboards by getting creative.
This DIY is a great for beginners, or children. Simple, affordable, and adorable! MaxSold teacups, a few scoops of earth, seeds, and a little tender love and care and soon you'll have your very own vintage teacup garden. Plant flowers, herbs, or cat grass, make it your own and have fun! Click here for the full how to.
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Found on http://www.intimateweddings.com
Create this fun, and functional teacup wall clock. Throw a B.Y.O.C (bring your own cup) party, tell your guest to bring 13 MaxSold teacups. 12 for the DIY and one to sip from! With this clock in your home, it's always tea time. Click here for the full how to.
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Found on http://www.vintagerevivals.com
This last DIY is a great gift idea! Make your own custom MaxSold teacup candle, choose the teacup, colour, and scent. Once you've enjoyed your candle you still have a lovely teacup to use to revamp into another candle. Click here for the full how to.
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Found on http://prettypearbride.com