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GIVEAWAY: New Tea Box and Tea Envelopes!

Hello and thanks for stopping by today to celebrate with us our recent release: Gift Box and Tea Envelopes - Vintage Roses in partnership Ewe-N-Me Printables. This set is inspired in a previously released paper pack that matches it perfectly: Keys & Roses.

Yesterday I shared with you a project that is being featured on Craft Hoarders Anonymous' challenge blog. I embellished the box with lots of handmade flowers, and added a bunch of tea envelopes inside, in a variety of flavors. The result is lovely, and the printable file does all the magic!

I am giving away the new set to one lucky winner. Everyone will have a maximum of 5 chances to enter the giveaway. You'll get 1 entry for each of the following:

1. Join this Site

2. Like Facebook Page
3. Follow blog by email
4. Follow Pinterest
5. Leave a Comment

After you've done any of the above, all you need to do is add your name followed by 1E, 2E, 3E, 4E or 5E to the Inlinz below.

The winner will be announced on September 3rd, so make sure you stop by to see if you won!

If you can't wait and would like to purchase the set, click here to be directed to the store.

Thanks so much for stopping by!


  1. It's an awesome idea! I loved it!

  2. I love roses but I have the hardest time doing shabby chic. This is just so cute!

  3. This is so pretty! I love those flowers! Thank you for the giveaway!

  4. What an adorable tea box! I would love to win and have done all the requirements :)

  5. I really LOVE this set, Gracie. The papers are beautiful and the box and tea envelopes are a great little gift when full of tea.


  6. Love how all your flowers turned out. The big blue one really caught my eye first. Love the idea of a tea box. Hope you have a blessed day today.

  7. I love this idea! I would love to make it for a friend of mine who loves tea!!

    1. Yes! It makes a great gift! Try getting Prima flowers or any other premade flowers sold at craft stores, and decorate it yourself! Add a little tag (which comes in the set) and you're ready to go!

  8. Absolutely GORGEOUS! And I have alot of teabags to put into this! ;) You inspire me Gracie!

  9. All of your papers and projects are gorgeous. This goes above and beyond the rest that I have seen. Your site inspires me every time. Thanks.

    1. Thanks Mehrll. I use leather textured cardstock to make these flowers, but it is purchased here, not in the US. It isn't as heavy, but it is cardstock. I'd say it is Base Weight (48) approximately, though they don't specify it.

      Remember to add your name to the Inlinkz, to be included in the giveaway!!! Thanks.

  10. Hmmm...I commented but it didn't show. So I will for another, but word it different, just in case. ;) Once again you have inspired me so...this is so AMAZING!!!! CONGRATS and GOOD LUCK on your new keep this up and I will be able to say "...I knew her when..." As you know, I am already a follower, have liked your FB page and have signed up to receive your posts via email. Again, I love this...and CONGRATS! !!

    Kathy - HIMCR 1ST

    1. Thanks. You will need to add your name to the inlinkz with the number of entries in this case 3 out of 5. If you join this site and follow pinterest you'll get all 5 entries.

    2. Hi, Gracie! I did check to make sure I was following on Pinterest and I am. :) I did add my name to the inlinkz, but I think I typed my URL wrong because it won't come up . . . so I added my name again after I deleted the first one. Thanks again for sharing and for the chance to win.

  11. This is such a great idea for a nice gift. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Thanks! Welcome to the blog! I'm glad you liked it.


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