It’s hard to deny the dainty beauty of vintage teacups. Their thin handle and matching saucer make for such delicious eye candy. Since we only need a few teacups to drink out of and it’s so easy to create a vast collection of them, we’ve rounded up teacup projects and teacup-inspired ideas that you’re going to love. Raise that pinkie and drink up these thirst-quenching DIYs!
We’re pretty sure you can make a wreath out of anything, but isn’t this sweet?
For the sewists in your circle, we recommend this pretty teacup pincushion! To see how to stuff it, hop over to this post.
There may be a teeny obsession with clocks around here. Just a teeny one! Check this baby out.
These Anthropologie bracelets make us drool a little.
Growing succulents? Or herbs? Teacups make a fantastic container for them!
What a delicately awesome statement these pendant lights make! Find out to make your own here.
Leave it to Martha Stewart’s team to come up with these! Tree Cups are splendid!
With a little E-6000 glue (affiliate), this cup and saucer becomes a gorgeous bird feeder for your backyard feathered friends. (source)
We heart this a bunch. A whole bunch. So simple, but what a statement!
These might fit better in the Teacup Inspired category below, but they are definitely an outdoor project!
These crocheted teacup coasters are beautiful! Find more information here.
Can you just imagine being given one of these gems? Maybe with an invitation to a tea party? Love!!
This is the perfect scrap busting, easy, DIY gift idea for your tea loving pals!
And for the literary lovers, this precious bookmark is a simple and adorable way to keep your place in any novel you’re cuddled up reading!
And how to do you finish off any good day? With dessert of course! These edible teacups are brilliant!
If some of these didn’t make you fall a little more in love with teacups, then we’re not sure what will! Pin this for later when you need a little teacup inspiration!
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