Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Tea Caddy Tutorial

Phew! you don't realise how much detail goes into making a 3D project until you have to break it down step by step!

I have finally finished composing a tutorial for my Tea Caddy which many people asked for (thanks so much for your interest and enthusiasm!).

I have loaded the files into Dropbox and you can access the tutorials at the links below:

Click HERE for imperial measurements (inches)
Click HERE for metric measurements (centimetres)

Thanks again and if you make one, be sure to send a link so I can come and have a look!



Queenie Jeannie said...

Yes please!!


Lynda said...

Yes Please Kez. I appreciate all your hard work in putting this together for us. If I may have the IMPERIAL version...as I have the "inches" Simply Scored.
Thanks again darl. ooxx

lisa808 said...

Thank you for sending the tutorial.

Margaret said...

Imperial please!! Love this and will be making some lovely Christmas gifts soon!!


Deb said...

I would love to have the directions please!


Carole said...

Me too! I've been wanting to make one of these!!!

Have you tried Box? You can upload files there for free. https://www.box.com/login/ I use it for things that I can't get on my website. Then I put a link to the Box site and bingo!

Kerry Bunting said...

Great idea, thanks so much Carole! The files are now available for download from Dropbox - just follow the links.

Cherie said...

Wow! This is so neat! MY BFF is from New Zealand and an avid tea drinker. She will be getting one of these for Christmas! Thanks for sharing the tutorial!

Cheribella said...

I have just today found your blog....and I am absolutely in love with it!!!
I live in the US but hoping some of your talent will find it's way to me anyway.
Just love what you create with punches....all of your owls are wonderful. The Easter bunny (owl) is too cute for words!
I will definitely be following you and all of your future creations...I am still looking at your past creations.
Thank you so much for sharing your ideas and talent from The Land Down Under!

Unknown said...

I have just found your blog and LOVE the idea of a tea caddy. I will be make a bunch of these for Christmas. Thank you for going to the trouble of designing this and posting it. Once I make one, I will post it and let you know.