Tea Party Decor

Hello everyone! Debra Quartermain here and I am very pleased to guest post with Little Birdie Crafts. The products are so pretty! With six grandlittle girls we have a lot of tea parties, so I am here to show you a pretty tea party set I created.

I was excited to receive a box of pretty goodies from Little Birdie. You can see where my inspiration came from for the tea party theme!

What You’ll Need:

  • Helena Pink 25 MM Flowers
  • Rosebuds Pink 15 MM
  • Parisian Leaves
  • Tea Party Sticker
  • 2 yards Diamond Border White Lace Trim (Expo International)
  • 9” x 12” craft cut Candy Pink felt (Kunin Felt)
  • 1/2 yard White Grosgrain ribbon (craft store)
  • Mini round gold frame (craft store)
  • 6” mini chalkboard stand (craft store)
  • Fabri-tac Adhesive (Beacon)
  • Tea cup
  • Wire cutters
  • Scissors
  • Measuring tape or ruler


Cut four pieces of lace, two 18” in length and two 15” in length. Fold ends of two shorter pieces at an angle. Cut on diagonal. Center long lace pieces on opposite 12” sides of felt piece. Glue along edge. Place diagonal cut pieces on opposite two shorter sides of felt. Glue in place. Trim off any excess extending in corners.


Adhere Teapot sticker to center of small frame. Tie ribbon into bow. Glue two lengths of leaves to center of bow. Cut roses and rosebuds from stems and glue over leaves in bow center.


Add teacup sticker to back of mini chalkboard stand. Add mini banner along bottom. Cut roses off stems and glue around base of stand. So sweet, the teacup even has a matching rosebud too!


Dyed Moire Silk Placecards

There are many ways to save money when planning a wedding, and beautiful place cards for your wedding seating chart are no exception. This step by step tutorial will guide you through the steps to create elegant, hand dyed silk table frames that are perfect for use as place card holders, but can also be made into ornaments, used in scrapbook layouts, or used as small photo frames.

Here’s What You’ll Need:

Step 1. Lay the placecards on paper towels or craft rags that can be dyed. Spray liberally with Color Splash.

Step 2. When the Color Splash alcohol ink has dried, use hot glue to adhere flowers around the frame’s opening, as shown. Note the way that the color has absorbed into the silk surface of the placecard frame. It has the look of watercolor that is so trendy right now!

Step 3. Continue adding flowers in a configuration that is pleasing to your eye. Blending different varieties of Little Birdie Crafts flowers creates a beautiful look.

To complete the place cards, just script the names using the black fine point marker, and display on place settings or at a seating chart display at your event.

It’s easy to create this look in any color scheme with the vast array of beautiful paper flowers and embellishments at Little Birdie Crafts!