This beautiful birds teacup and saucer is just £2.99 from Dunelm Mill. How sweet it is and such a bargain! Pretty teacups can be bought on Etsy and eBay too and of course the charity shop and car boot sales are always worthy of a visit.
I like to drink my tea in them but really there are so many things you can do with these beauties.
Chris form Thinly Spread upcycled her charity shop teacups into little sweet pea holders …how charming are these. You can take a look here at her upcycled craft ideas
I have written before about upcycling spoons and this can be great fun so do keep your eye out for teaspoons too
My lovely friend Lizzie at Me and My Shadow keeps an elegantly thrifty home and is queen of thrifty upcycles. Check out his gorgeous bird feeder she made form a vintage teacup. isn’t it a beauty. You can read how she did it here
Amanda at the Ana Mum diary made a teacup in to a simple but beautiful handmade candle gift for her daughters teacher. How lovely!
Over at Lulastic the ever resourceful and frugal Lucy has 10 excellent ideas for reusing teacups and I LOVE the storage option, what a lovely gift idea this would make….
If you fancy having a go at making your own paper teacups with your kids (and after all what could be thriftier!) have a look at Maggy’s excellent how to . You could host a wonderful imaginary tea party!
So these are some lovely ideas, do you have any to add?
If you are a lover of all things thrifty then do pop over to my Family Budgeting blog where you can see a huge list of the best frugal UK blogs