Floral Tea Pot
PLEASE NOTE: You are purchasing 2 DIGITAL Tea Pot cut files for crafting card making and scrapbooking, 1 png and 1 SVG. These can be cut on card, vinyl or infusible ink. No physical items will be sent to you in the mail. Once purchased you will receive a link to download the zip folder which when unzipped contains the .png files so you can use them with a Cricut or Silhouette cutting machine. I would recommend cutting the file larger on card, but can be cut smaller on vinyl.
The png/svg files are ready to be uploaded to Cricut design space or Silhouette. You can upload the PNG file to Photoshop or Canva to personalise, or crop and use with digital scrapbook pages and photos.
Refunds are not offered.
Before purchasing make sure you have the correct equipment and software and how to use your cutting machine for instructions on uploading to Cricut Design Space see this post
If you haven’t already seen then check out our 10 facts about Tea Pots.
10 Facts About Teapots You May Not Know
- Teapots have a long and rich history that dates back to ancient China. The first teapots were made of clay and were handcrafted by skilled artisans. They were small and designed to be used by a single person. Over time, teapots became more elaborate and decorative, with many different styles and designs being created.
- Teapots are typically made from a variety of materials, including clay, porcelain, glass, and metal. Each material has its own unique properties, such as heat retention and durability, which can impact the brewing and serving of tea.
- The main function of a teapot is to brew and serve tea. Teapots are designed to hold hot water and tea leaves, which are steeped to create a flavorful tea. Some teapots also have built-in strainers to remove the leaves as the tea is poured.
- Teapots come in a variety of shapes and sizes, from small single-serving teapots to large family-sized pots. Some teapots have a round shape, while others are more oval or rectangular. The shape and size of a teapot can impact the brewing process and the flavor of the tea.
- Teapot spouts are designed to control the flow of tea as it is poured. Some teapot spouts are straight, while others are curved or angled to prevent spills and drips. Some teapot spouts also have built-in strainers to filter out any tea leaves or debris.
- Teapot handles are designed to make it easy to pour and serve tea. Some teapot handles are large and easy to grip, while others are smaller and more delicate. The material and placement of the handle can also impact the temperature of the teapot and the ease of pouring.
- Teapots are often decorated with intricate designs and patterns. Some teapots are hand-painted or have a glazed finish, while others have embossed or raised patterns. The decoration on a teapot can reflect the culture and history of the tea-drinking region.
- Some teapots come with built-in infusers, which are designed to hold loose tea leaves while the tea is steeping. The infuser can be removed after steeping, allowing the tea to be poured without any leaves or debris.
- Teapots should be cleaned regularly to prevent any buildup of tea stains or residue. Some teapots can be cleaned in the dishwasher, while others should be washed by hand with a mild soap and warm water. Metal teapots may need to be polished periodically to maintain their shine.
- Teapots are often collected as art objects, with many people amassing large collections of vintage and antique teapots. Some teapots can be quite valuable, depending on their age, rarity, and condition. Collecting teapots can be a fun and rewarding hobby for tea lovers and art collectors alike.