Friday, February 5, 2010

Kusmi Tea in mini

Those beautiful boxes of Kusmi tea. I have recreated it in mini. Great fun, and a easy project too. What is your favorite flavor? Next time in Paris I will defiantly find a Kusmi store, a bon bon store and also will try Pierre Hermes macaroons. So much to do, so little time:)

11 comments:

Lena said...

Superfina teaburkar! Vad har du använt till att göra dem?

Hälsningar Lena!

Christel Jensen said...

Hei Eva
Jeg fant noen små skrue "dupeditter" i en boks på billigkroken på IKEA:)

Sans said...

Very fun indeed ! :) Will look great in any kitchen. You know when I click through the link to Kusmi Tea, there was an Indian couple picture that was used for their Valentine's Day ad. It was absolutely delightful, for me :)

miniacollection said...

They are beautiful. GReat work.
Geneviève

Sabiha Barkey said...

Your doughter is very prety,and in this dress she looks like a prinses!

I also love your mini tea!

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Oh Christel, you are so talented! THank you for coming by my mini blog! HOW ON EARTH DID YOU MAKE THESE MINI TINS of my favorite tea? I am putting you on my list! Have a marvelous day! Anita

Christel Jensen said...

Thanks:)
The boxes are not 100% true to the original, but does the trick for me;) I used some metal parts found on IKEA and just glued the labels on. I am happy to hear you liked the Indian couple Sans. Very beautiful colors. Thanks Shabia, she is my little princess:) Anita: Thank you for lovely comment. I am happy to have found you. Have a nice weekend everyone.

rosanna said...

I love them. they are so beautiful. Hugs rosanna

minwks said...

Isn't it wonderful how a miniature enthusiast can see tins of tea in the nuts and bolts section at Ikea, let alone all the other distractions as we pass through our normal(?) scale lives.
Regards and thanks.
Janine minworks@blogspot.com

Susanne said...

They are great,Christel! I like the Chocolat-Menthe the most ;-)

Paris Miniatures said...

They are adorable!