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Prince Harry’s Royal Wedding Paper Tea Set

 

Meghan harry wedding may 2018 teapot tea cup copy

What could be more English than tea, craft and royalty! And with a newly arrived Royal baby and the wedding of everyone’s favourite Prince, it’s an excuse to celebrate!

In 2011 I designed a tea set to commemorate William and Kate’s big day. Harry might not be in line to be King any time soon but he deserves some royal wedding tat too!

Be a part of the special day in May with a modern take of traditional memorabilia! Get your scissors and glue at the ready (pop the kettle on for a real brew while you go) and get crafty!

The teapot and teacup come as printed A4 sheets ready to buy from 11RugbyRoad.com or at our Artist Open House every weekend in May in Brighton.

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Royal Baby Papercraft

Just as Kate Middleton begins to bow out from public appearances to prepare for her due date, I thought I would craft a paper souvenir in the style of my other Royal event memorabilia.

William Kate baby souvenir

Remembering that William & Kate’s new arrival will one day be King or Queen, I have made a simple paper rocking horse which celebrates our new royal! (royals and horses go hand in hand) The free pdf template is available to download, catering for both baby boy and baby girl scenarios. Just print out on A4 card or thicker paper (photopaper is fine) and have yourself a memento of a little bit of history.

paper rocking horse

Royal baby craft

Paper baby gift

Why not place your bets on these horses of when our new royal will be born by writing on your prediction? (My guess is  the 11th July). Both pdf downloads are linked at the bottom of the page. I hope you enjoy the download. I’d love to see how people get along with making it up and feel free to share this page. To see more of my Royal papercraft, click HERE

baby craft game 2013

Kate Middleton baby present

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Royal Wedding Papercraft Gift *Final Update*

There are loads of Royal Wedding inspired designs out there so I wanted a go too. This is my own take on the wedding china that has started filling up the shops with a touch of the age of the credit crunch.

My simple, contemporary papercraft tea set is a great way to celebrate William and Kates marriage (and of course the bank holiday-fest).  The cool Rob Ryan style typeface is ‘Blackout’ and definitely on my list of favourites at the moment.

 

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