Sam’s Sweet Sixteen

Here’s a little throwback to Sam’s birthday party last February!

Here’s the birthday girl in front of the photobooth backdrop she made herself.10990020_10153054825600539_5696691698856914600_n

There was a glitter tattoo booth.


The centerpieces were various succulents and cacti, which doubled as party favors.



There were also palm tree garlands and custom posters Ina designed herself.






The littlest teacup is now 16.

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Splash Island

Great summer deal for your friends and family!

pink teacup splash island

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This Valentine’s Day, Bun Appétit commissioned us to make some painted cookies for their booth at the Salcedo Saturday Market! A lucky first few got a Friends-inspired cookie with their sandwich order! Here are the cookies before they got packaged up in individual glassine bags with gold twist-ties:

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Tell the lobster in your life you love them! And eat a cookie. Because those are good.

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Hello teacups! Here’s a little freebie for Valentine’s Day! Click here to download some cute watercolor greeting cards you can print out and give to a special someone. Lots of love, scones, and pink confetti from all of us to you!

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happy new year!

Christmas is over and it’s time to get back to the usual, which in our case means florals! Here are some new painted cookies we’ve done. Custom cookie orders are open, as usual! Drop us a note or find us on facebook!

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Craft Club – Christmas Edition!

We met up with the craft club girls to have our last meeting of the year!

We painted some papier-mache dala horses:

And sewed up fluffy polar bears:

With their creations!

Thanks for joining us this year, girls!
Merry Christmas to every teacup out there!

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Type Kita

Last weekend, I was one of the lucky artists invited to have a piece on display at Type Kita 2! All the pieces were for sale, and part of the proceeds went to help Heart School. There were so many lovely pieces, I wanted to scoop them all up in my arms and run for home.

This was my piece.

Then we had a custom cookie corner, where I painted some messages on sugar cookies:

We sold a new kit we have, an embroidery ornament kit. These are so quick to stitch up, and so pretty in person!

Here’s Ina stitching up her zines. We gave out free granola bars wrapped up in custom wrappers, and her little recipe zines with another free granola bar sold out completely.

Our little Positivity Banners sold out as well.

We had Lemon Choco Chip Cake (hands down my favorite cake).

We shared a stall with our good friend Hannah, who sold her own custom Signetura items and made all our little price tags and impromptu calling cards.

The cookie painting was non-stop and went on for hours, so long that I didn’t catch any vendors at all! I’m gonna have to buy my nibs some other time.

We had a few other new kits, that we’ll show on the blog in the coming weeks. They’d make great holiday gifts for some little crafters in your life.

Thanks for having us, Type Kita! We’re already looking forward to the next one.

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Mateo Turns 1!

Mateo celebrated with an adorable milk and cookie party! Complete with delicious chocolate chunk cookies, oatmeal raisin, and snickerdoodles!

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it’s that time again

For some lettering love!

On October 18 and 19, we’re going to be at 10A Alabama! I’ll be exhibiting some artwork and handpainting custom cookies, and we’re also going to have some pastries and hot chocolate. All proceeds from the exhibit will go to Heart School, a school for underprivileged children that utilizes art and music as their tools for learning. There will be activities and lots of lovely things, so mark off your calendars and  come by!

We’ll also be selling some typography-themed craft kits, and there will be craft supply vendors at the event, so you can grab the perfect Christmas presents and buy your supplies as well! You should. Totally. Come.


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Pretty Princess!

Our youngest Craft Club member Andie, just turned four years old.

She wanted pretty princess sweets!

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