Lovely Scented Candles
Nisha from My Kitchen Antics wanted to gift something homemade to her friends on Christmas and then she decided to create these wonderful scented candles in vintage teacups.
A Magical Fairy Garden
Donni at The Magic Onions crafted this whimsical fairy garden in a vintage tea cup where a stick chair perches over grass in the middle under a cute bunting surrounded by a planter and tools.
A Bird Feeder
Kenzie Mastroe, an eHow Contributor shared her lovely project of making a feeder for birds with an old tea cup, a saucer and chains.
A Pin Cushion
Etcetera Handcrafted via Etsy has got these vintage tea cup cushions to offer that every person interested in sewing would love.
Broken Tea Cup Wall Pockets
Lilly Cakes Blog shared a way to use broken teacups in the form of wall pockets. This is just gorgeous, isn’t it?
A Cake Stand
A Guest Poster at A Beach Cottage shared her vintage cake stand made with an old tea cup and a plate. This would be a great addition to a garden party table.
A Tea Cup Lamp
Lacey at Feathering My Nest stacked tea cups and saucers and crafted a coolest ever lampshade base. Now this is called a real genius!
Charming Jewelry Organizers
Paige Smith Designs Blog presents a wonderful idea to store your jewelry in vintage tea cups. Who said storage options have to be boring?
Tea Cup Candelabras
This Candelabra at My Vintage Flower is an ideal option when it comes to vintage wedding centerpieces with flowers. These are definitely going to be the center of focus in a wedding’s decor.
A Herb Garden
Kenzie Mastroe at Ehow showed us how we can turn our vintage tea cup collection into a herb garden like this one.