Scrapbooking England – Tea and Coffee

Here’s a selection of digital scrapbooking kits which evoke all the delights of cafe culture, from an English cream tea to a cosy coffee shop.

Tea Time

Let’s start with Tea for Two by JSS. There are some delightful elements in the basic kit, and the full collection has some of the cutest alphabets and torn papers you’ll see anywhere.

Tea for Two by JSS.

Here another collection with the same title, Tea for Two, a pretty pastel collection by Aimee Harrison. It’s perfect when you want to achieve that delicate afternoon tea look for your heritage photos.

Tea for Two by Aimee Harrison.

A more classic shabby chic option is the English Country Garden collection bu Kristmess designs. The colour scheme includes soft reds and pale plues and greens with pretty watercolour roses. There are several add-on packs available, but the complete collection pack appears to have been withdrawn.

If you like Alice in Wonderland, you’ll love Mad Tea Party by Magical Scraps Galore. There are some excellent tea party themed elements here.

Mad Tea Party by Magical Scraps Galore.

Coffee Break

Even when you’re not exactly looking for coffee themed elements, these coffee kits are really useful for heritage scrappers. Look at all those lovely shades of brown. They’ll go so well with vinatge photos!

This mini kit by Cathy K designs is called Coffee Break. I like the vintage ephemera, the newspaper background, and the poppy.

Coffee Break by Cathy K designs.

Here’s another coffee themed kit, Morning Java by Aimee Harrison. There are more rich browns here and some great elements. I especially like the old book, the lace border, and the blanket stitching.

If you like your tea or coffee in a cosy armchair with a good book, Take me Away by North meets South is the kit for you.

Take me Away by North meets South.

Finally, here’s the Cup Of Comfort kit by Connie Prince. Ok, so I let a dollar sign sneak in here (shock, horror!) but isn’t it a lovely kit with both tea and coffee elements, and just a hint of patriotism in the colour scheme.

Cup Of Comfort by Connie Prince

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