Let’s Make This

Whether you make one as a card or a dozen for a banner, these adorable Teapot cards will brighten the day. We were totally inspired by the adorable art of Mary Englebreit so think of this a tribute to her creative talents.

Begin by gathering your supplies. You will need:

  • TOOLS:
    Mom Teapot by Lori Whitlock
    Box Pops Oval Base
    Slimline Edges and Borders
    Folded Holly
    i-Motion Die cutting machine {recommended}
    Card stock: various
    Prismacolor Pencils {optional}
    Distress Ink: Black Soot {optional}
    Adhesives: Liquid

Step 1: PREP

  • Fold a 6″ x 10″ piece of cardstock in half so the finished size is 6″ wide by 5″ tall when folded
  • Place the Mom Teapot die on the folded cardstock so that the top blade is above the fold so it will not cut along the top and die cut
  • Die cut additional embellishment shapes as desired


  • Adhere the flower centers to the flower petals and lightly add shading using the Prismacolor Pencils if desired
  • Fold leaves lengthwise. Color along the center of the leaf
  • Die cut leaf cluster included with the Mom Teapot die. Cut off 3 leaves to create the stem for the cherries


  • Die cut the teapot lid
  • Die cut another teapot lid out of a contrasting color
  • Position the lid die slightly away from the edge of the contrasting piece and die cut again to create the scallop edge


  • Die cut a teapot from a single layer of colored cardstock in a contrasting color
  • Place the Slimline Edges and Borders die across the front of the teapot shape and die cut
  • Layer the scalloped edge on top of the folded teapot card

Step 5: POLKA DOTS {optional}

  • First mark where you want to place dots using a pencil
  • Use a pencil with a new eraser as your dot “stamper” with black ink
  • Go back and fill in the dots with a black marker if necessary


  • Embellish the teapots as desired
  • Adhere the lid


These make adorable cards but can also be folded over a string to create a festive banner. Perfect for Mother’s Day or any cheerful occasion.

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