Six Teacup Crafts

I always come across lovely, single teacups at flea markets and almost buy them. I think it’s time I shell out the cash to make some of these amazing projects.


I don’t know if these are pincushions or just little soft, teacup sculptures. And honestly, I don’t care. I love them. Found via Susan Anderson’s pinterest page. (Follow her if you don’t!)

I think these are genius—bracelets made out of teacups. For the delicate wearer. You can buy them on Stay Gold Mary Rose’s Etsy store.

You don’t need any electrical skills to craft these precious teacup lights from Ideas Mag.

Use mis-matched teacups to store jewelry in your dresser drawer. It’s almost too pretty to hide! Via Martha Stewart.


I always love the scene in Willy Wonka when he takes the daffodil and drinks from the center like it’s a teacup. Then he takes a bite out oit. I think kids will love doing that with these edible teacups from the Disney Family website.

Another edible teacup, these look like they’re made from marshmallows, Lifesavers, and nonpareils. Via Tip Junkie.

February 20, 2013| Decor, DIY Home, Everyday Crafts, Food, Gifts, Grown-Up, Parties, Upcycled