Vintage Teapot Set

Hey There!

I have had a Tea set planned for a while now so when I spotted The Shabby Tea Rooms ‘Tea for Two’ challenge it was obviously time to get one done. Starting with a bit of a vintage look, I have a teapot set for you today including a teapot and teabag tag cut files, digital sentiment and a digi teapot for those of you who don’t have a digital cutting machine or fancy breaking out your markers/pencils. It took a while longer than I anticipated to make these (like an extra day) due to me deciding for some unknown reason to create a rose stencil for my teapot, my first stencil ever, and then realising I would have to change it completely for the digi version, oops ;)

vintage teapot card

Here are your digis:

(click on the images to expand before saving to your computer)

vintage teapot digital stamp

fancy a cuppa

Here are your cut filesai, dxf, GSD, pdf & svg included:

(click on the links below the images to download)

vintage teapot

Vintage Teapot Digital Cutting File by Bird

tea bag tag

Teabag Tag Digital Cutting File by Bird


I hope you like them :)

p.s. The matching Teacup will be coming in my next post!

81 thoughts on “Vintage Teapot Set

  1. Esther

    Thank you very much for sharing this lovely teapot digi! I’m going to try using an exacto knife on the cut file image. We’ll see how it goes:) Your card is very beautiful!!

  2. Judy George

    Thank you so much for all your lovely free digital stamps. I have been looking for a teapot for a while. Look forward to the teacups. You are the greatest. Thanks Again!

  3. Carol B.

    Wow, wow, wow! I wish I had a cutting machine … your card is stunning. Thank you so much for the digi!
    ~ Carol ~

  4. Pat Hall

    I love the SVG files. They’re beautiful. Thanks so much for all your hard work and for sharing it with us.Can’t thank you enough.

  5. Lisa

    You are so sweet and generous to share you talent with us and I am very happy
    and thankful that you do!!
    Keep up the fabulous work. I wish you many more creative years of inspiration!!
    (¨`•.•´¨) Hugs
    .`•.¸(¨`•.•´¨) from the
    (¨`•.•´¨)¸.•´ HEART,
    .`•.¸.•´ Snowbird
    .·:*¨·••·¨*:· Thanks·:*¨·••·¨*:·.

    Greetings and Stamps to you,on this embossing powder day!
    May you always think of ink pads and dream of punches.
    Have a colored pencil day and paper blessings to you.
    hugs Lisa

  6. Judy

    Love this digital teapot. Can’t wait for the teacup. Thank you so much for sharing your time and talent with us.

  7. sandy

    wow thank you so much for these … my dear aunt is very poorly in NZ and I would love to make her a card using the tea pot and sentiments … happy crafting and love sandy xx

  8. Debbie Marcinkiewicz

    How amazingly generous of you to share your files with us all — I adore this sweet tea pot and will look forward to getting out my Cricut and giving it a try!! Thanks for sharing your work with us all in the Tea Room :)

  9. liz

    Thanks , Your so kind ,this will make a great card for my grandmother , along with some english tea for her and her friends.

  10. Cheryl

    Just love this! Have many friends that I can make a card for using this as we have shared many a pot of tea. Thank you! Thank you!

  11. Kathy

    Beautiful design, I love what you did with it. I’m a beginner and don’t often know how these designs go together. Thank you very much for sharing your talent.

  12. Ursula Uphof

    Just found your site. Thanks so much for all these freebies, they are just fantastic. Have taken a few sentiments at the moment, but will be back again, and a again…

  13. marie house

    I only just found this image, and I am so excited. My daughter loves collecting tea pots and tea cups, and is an avid tea drinker, she will love a card done with these images. THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!

  14. Lora

    I found this file last week. How do I cut out the tea pot with my Silhouette and make a card with it? Am I going to glue the front and back together? I cut out the file with the Silhouette,but it does not create the card?

    Thanks for your input.


    1. Bird Post author

      To make a card from any shape, simply duplicate it then flip one upside down and slide upwards so they only just cross over and weld :)

  15. S thomson

    Thanks for sharing, love the teapot, it’s gorgeous and will make a lovely card for my Mother in Law!


    Thank you for such a wonderful teapot, we can use it to make a card in school, my deaf pupils will like it. Thank you and God Bless!


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