Creations, Flowering Tea Cup Centerpiece

Welcome to the Monthly Creative Craft Hop

hosted by Andrea of Design Morsels

If you are hopping in order and coming from My Family Thyme,

I know you enjoyed her custom pillow cover!

I have been wanting to make a “pouring” centerpiece for quite a while,

and when I was gifted this adorable tea towel

I was inspired to make an Alice in Wonderland type centerpiece

I went to Hobby Lobby to pick up supplies and lucky me,

table top was 40% off ๐Ÿ˜Š

I found an adorable Pour Me pitcher,

a dotted Hello Gorgeous cup, a black and white striped plate,

faux flowers, a pedestal stand, a dowel,

and a bright patterned melamine plate {which I ended up not using}

I had a blue candle stand in my craft stash,

It was the perfect color,

and it was the perfect height, when set on top of the pedestal stand,

to use with the dowel I had

I played around with the positioning

so the dowel was just the right length

to be glued to the bottom of the cup

and just under the lip of the pitcher

The dotted cup and white pedestal were glued to the plate,

then the candle stand was glued to the pedestal

Next, I glued the pitcher on top, tilting it on the edge of the candle stand

so it looked like it was pouring

The dowel then was glued in place

The flowers were deconstructed into blooms and large leaves,

and then the leaves were glued on the dowel to cover the raw wood

I put a few blooms into the dotted cup

Next more blooms were glued onto the leaves going up the dowel

More blooms in the pitcher

Then more blooms on the plate and a mini flower pot place card holder

I set the plate of pouring floral tea onto a large ceramic platter

A Drink Me sign was made with PicMonkey

A clock face and lady vases added a touch of Alice in Wonderland

Tea bags and tea tags [gifted from a friend}

You can see more photos and the centerpiece used in a tablescape

Floral Tea Party here

Next up is Chas Crazy Creations with beautiful bottle painting

I hope you will visit all my talented crafty friends on the links below!

DIY Abstract Art

Needle Felted Duck

Creating a Customized Pillow Cover With the Cricut

Creations Flowering Tea Cup Centerpiece

Easy and Beautiful Bottle Painting

Wood Art Gift Cards For Mother’s Day

Upcycled Spring Door Basket

Repurposed Old Table

DIY Mother’s Day Plaque

DIY Bee Happy Wreath

Making a Tissue Paper Garland with Tassels

Painting a Vintage Hutch

Pottery Barn Inspired Faux Textured Clay Vase DIY

NOTE: I used hot glue for this project so that I can take it apart if I want to repurpose any of the elements later. If you want to make one that is more durable, and weatherproof, use a stronger bonding glue like E6000

I will be joining these fabulous parties and blogs:

 Sundays on Silverado  Love Your Creativity  Over the Moon

Between Naps on the Porch,  Celebrate Your Story,

All About Home/ Common Ground Follow the Yellow Brick Home

 Tasty Tuesday   Oh My Heartsie Girl Turn About Tuesday 

 Full Plate Thursday  Centerpiece Wednesday  Creatively Crafty

Thursday Favorite Things    Friday with Friends

Snickerdoodle Make Bake Create

53 Responses to “Creations, Flowering Tea Cup Centerpiece”
  1. Mary says:

    Adorable and so creative Jenna! Your ‘pour me’ pitcher makes the perfect vessel for an AIW-themed centerpiece with flowers pouring down to your table! Thanks for the tutorial! Happy Thursday โ™ฅ

  2. Gail Griffin says:

    Your creativity is always amazing, Jenna! Love how you were inspired by your tea towel to make this lovely centerpiece! So adorable! You rock!

  3. Rita C. says:

    Really cute, Jenna. I wondered how you made the pouring stream. Most clever, you are!

  4. thefrenchhutch says:

    Jenna, So interesting seeing how you designed these pieces. Very clever and very beautiful. Thanks for the tutorial, a project I would love to try.

  5. Sara says:

    Wowsers Jenna! That centrepiece is beautiful and so creative! What an awesome theme for a party!

  6. That is SO cute, and so innovative. I love how it all “falls” together. A great idea for a theme party or really, any spring tea party!

  7. This is just brilliant, Jenna. It makes really impressive centerpiece for a spring party dinner!

  8. Such a darling pouring teapot. Love the MC towel. A perfect centerpiece for a tea party. Love your creativity Jenna.

  9. Joyce says:

    Jenna, Love, love this unique centerpiece. Want to “steal” it!. Now I have to drive over to Hobby Lobby lol….So creative and fun!

  10. Cecilia says:

    Jenna, this is adorable! I love your whimsical design! Blessings, Cecilia @My Thrift Store Addiction

  11. Jenna, this is so creative and fun. Your tutorial is easy to follow, this would be a sweet project with my EM. I love, love the tablescape. Enjoy your day!

  12. Love the step by step!

  13. mhhwarmcozy says:

    Wow, Jenna, my first thought was how did you get the cute pitcher at that angle, and the second was McKenzie child would love this recreation. Gosh it’s cute!

  14. I love your teacup centerpiece. What a perfect setting for you tea. Thanks so much for being in the hop! I’m sending this to a friend who blogs about teacups. She will love it.

  15. I’m helping with a few upcoming showers. This will be perfect! Thanks for the awesome idea.

  16. Chas Greener says:

    I’ve seen some of these out there and I love how unique and cute yours turned out. It looks so colorful and inspiring. Thanks for sharing.

  17. Liberty says:

    I’ve wanted to make one of these for quite awhile, too!! I’ve pinned yours. I even bought a fork, teacup, and saucer at a thrift store. But then I decided I liked the teacup and saucer….. I guess I need to buy some more… All pinned.

  18. Chloe Crabtree says:

    Jenna, this is too, too cute! That tea towel is so wonderful, I can understand why it inspired you! You did such a great job creating this adorable centerpiece! This was the perfect complement to your sweet tea party tablescape! I love that you showed us the ‘magic’ behind the creation, with step by step instructions!

    • Thanks so much Chloe, this was a lot of fun, especially the shopping part, my first time in Hob Lob in 13 months! Planning a tea party for my daughter and granddaughter on Mother’s Day weekend ๐Ÿ™‚

  19. Sarah Anderson says:

    Jenna, my comment disappeared! I will try again…..
    Thanks for sharing this clever idea. Great tutorial! I enjoy setting an Alice table every now and then, so now I can include this cute centerpiece idea. Thank you!
    The tea towel is adorable. I also have one and often thought about framing it.

  20. Ricki Treleaven says:

    Jenna, I love the pouring centerpiece! This is the very cutest. I want to make one! ๐Ÿ˜€

  21. Rebecca says:

    Jenna, this is so adorable! I love how you incorporated the Alice in Wonderland theme into your centerpiece. The MC towel was a great inspiration piece. Thanks for sharing the instructions for how to make the pouring effect. I’ll definitely have to try this sometime! I can relate to how fun it is to go out shopping again. I can’t wait to go shopping for bee related items for Debbee’s upcoming hop! It ‘s always a pleasure to craft with you!

    • Thanks so much Rebecca, it is a really fun project and I’m enjoying it as a Spring centerpiece on the foyer table. The bee hop sounds like fun, I look forward to seeing all the bee things you find!

  22. Kitty says:

    I have been so wanting to make something like this, Jenna, and I thank you for the inspiration! Yours turned out so cute. I see your Susan Paley piece in there, which adds to the whimsy.

  23. Carol says:

    Oh my goodness. This the cutest thing ever. I’m so impressed how you did this tea pouring centerpiece. It’s so pretty, creative and whimsical. What a delight for anyone at the table.

  24. Anonymous says:

    Jenna, your centerpiece is so creative and is the perfect addition to your Alice in Wonderland tea party tablescape! I love how you used the tea towel as inspiration. It is so whimsical and fun! It was wonderful to hop with you, my friend! xo

  25. Debra CANTALES says:

    Your creativity is always amazing, Jenna! This will be perfect for the tea party on Mother’s Day! I have the Christmas ornament like your towel. It’s the sweetest.

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