Pouring Tea Pot & Tea Cup Decor

3 Materials
$10
10 Minutes
Easy

Super easy way to get that pouring tea pot/kettle into a teacup look for your backyard.

You will need:

A tea/coffee pot of your choice (Thrift Store)
Candle holder stand (Thrift Store)
Tea cup and saucer (Thrift Store)
Plastic crystals (Hobby Lobby)
Garden hook (Dollar Tree)
Silicone or outdoor adhesive of your choice.
Silicone your tea cup and saucer together to make them stable.
Silicone your cup and saucer onto your candle holder.
Silicone your plastic crystal into place on your tea/coffee pot.

Let all silicone dry completely before bringing outside.
Place your garden hook in the ground and hang your tea/coffee pot on it.
Place your tea cup and saucer stand under the "drip" of the pot.
If you want the tea cup stand to be more solid, dig a little hole and bury the stand bottom in the ground.
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Suggested materials:

  • Tea cup
  • Garden hook
  • Tea pot

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1 question
  • Rosanne
    on May 21, 2017

    great idea! Why did you use silicone instead of E3000?

    • Chas' Crazy Creations
      on May 21, 2017

      Thank you Rosanne. I use silicone as our climate here can be tough and I use silicone that is good a large temperature fluctuation. You can use E3000 too, I have found it sometimes doesn't hold up as well outside here because we do range from snow/low temps to 90/100 degree temps.

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  • Rambie
    on Jun 3, 2017

    Uuh, I just speak the truth!! School is officially out. You should hear our kids in the neighborhood still out playing, Lolol
  • Tyree
    on Feb 19, 2019

    I have a crafty friend who would love to ty this. Thanks so much it is wonderful, I am on who loves tea and would love to have this made for me. Better yet let me take a stab and try to make one. Thanks for sharing.

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