I know it is a mug. But when I got a picture of this through another group (she made sure to say the template came from Sherry G. on SCS) it reminded me of the small collection of tea cups my grandmother brought with her from England. She was a warbride and came over on a Navy Ship. She couldn't bring much, but cherished her tea cup collection. We were never allowed to touch them as children. I had to create a saucer to go with the cup.
Edit: After I cut out the cup template I stamped and embossed my flowers in gold. Then I colored with glimmer chalks. For the Saucer I cut a circle with the Coluzzle, stamped, embossed, colored. Then I cut a 1/2 strip of paper, scored it down the middle. On one side of the score I made several cuts so I could fold the strip into a circle. I used the cut tabs to glue the strip to the bottom of the circle (saucer) Then I cut a smaller circle with the Coluzzle to fit inside it to hide the tabs.
Date: Wednesday, July 26, 2006 GMT Views: 2220
Registered: May 20, 2005 Location: I live in Lansing, Michigan. Posts: 71
Wed, Jul 26, 2006 @ 1:42 PM
Your cup looks so real - just like porcelain!! (spelling?)
P.S. - The link in SherryG's gallery is broken, but I emailed the admin's and hopefully they will have it fixed real soon now!
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