What an amazing idea!! Thank's for sharing. With a freezing cold hello from Germany.
A chilly hello back to you from Chicago, Karin! It's 4 degrees F here. Maybe warmer than you, I dunno!
Such cute cups!Hey, it's 12 degrees F here in so. MN right now! Big improvement over the MINUS 10 of night before last!
Cute! I'm sure these would look great for a table setting or some kind of party favor.Melissahttp://shakeshakee.blogspot.com
Jessica, where do you find these amazing things. I love it when you share the origami tutorials. Keep them coming.
Uhh, I'd rather stay here ;-) Only -6°C during the days.
Gorgeous. Looking forward to sitting down with my kid and making them!
Wow, such creative idea. They can be used as decorations. I will try making these paper cups.
This is very nice. Love it :)
that is so cool!
I have an online friend from Australia (i live in wa state), and she has really supported me through a divorce, often pulling for me when my nearby friends weren't around. I have been wanting to send her a thank you, something heartfelt... She is an Alice In Wonderland fanatic!!!! Thrilled with these... are the lids posted yet???
It looks so nice, can you imagine some tea cups like that for real??? I mean that you can actually drink from it?. This is something that I'm sure doing for gifts but I would really like to have a Tea Set like this one hahaha it's so cute.Thanks!Cami
I have an Alice in Wonderland theme bridal shower coming up and I want to make these as favors for the guests...How are these made? Are they made with a Cricut machine? Thank you!Missy
Hi Marissa,The link in the post goes to the tutorial and template, and states the type of cutter she used, and says you can also cut by hand.
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