Upcycled Teacup Ideas

Teacup Upcycle Ideas

Photo Sources: Jewelry Cup, Teacup Light, Cake Stand, Fairy Garden, Teacup Candles, Teacup Herb Favors

Using teacups for tea is so last week. I’m talking about those vintage teacups. They are small and dainty, and they only fit about 6 ounces of tea. Drinking anything less than 12 ounces of tea is so 50 years ago. Ha … just kidding … sort of. So, I’ve gathered a few ideas together for upcycling those pretty little flea market teacups and making them useful again.

Click on the links below each picture for more information and/or instructions from the source.

Jewelry Holders via PinterestJewelry Holder via Pinterst via Michelle Parparian via Uploaded by User

 

tea cup light via ideas magTeacup Light via IdeasMag

 

Beach-Cottage-Vintage-China-DIY-CakestandDIY Vintage Teacup Cake Stand via A Beach Cottage

 

tea cup fairy garden via Living Crafts BlogTeacup Fairy Garden via Living Crafts

 

teacup cupcakes via sweet paulCupcakes in a Cup Recipe via Sweet Paul

 

tea cup candles via design spongeTeacup Candles via Design Sponge

 

tea cup herb favors via intimate weddingsHerbs in a Teacup Favors via Intimate Weddings

 

There are so many great ideas for getting those teacups out of the back of the cupboard.

For more teacup ideas visit my Upcycled Teacups Pinterest page.

Click here for instructions on how to make tea bag plant markers from Sculpey clay.

Comments

  1. says

    The jewelry pic made me think of possibly using them for condiments/sauces & salsa serving pieces. Not sure how I got that from jewelry but I think it was just the visual arrangement. Could be kinda cool…

    Kelly
    @ Babioledewindsor.blogspot.com

  2. says

    The jewelry pic made me think of possibly using them for condiments/sauces & salsa serving pieces. Not sure how I got that from jewelry but I think it was just the visual arrangement. Could be kinda cool…

    Kelly
    @ Babioledewindsor.blogspot.com

  3. says

    Oh what fun! I love the light fixture idea and the mini cake stand. The jewellery cups in a drawer – hmmmm… – might need to have those kind of drawers that close gently? I honestly do think that tea tastes better out of a fine china cup however!! Is that wierd?

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