Monday, August 12, 2013

Softness of Pink


Once again it is time for tea. Please join me as I have a few new things to share with you.
 
A vintage teacup and saucer marked Made in Japan.  Blue luster glaze on porcelain decorated with gold trim and pink roses.

 
This was a wonderful find for a mere 50 cents  :-)
 
 
Paper crafting continues in my house - actually when does it ever really stop ... lol!

 
These adorable tea bag holders were created using a digital download by Vectoria Designs


 I added bows, pearls and cute little spoons for some pizazz.  What do you think? 

 
 
My hydrangea bush bloomed her heart out for me!  'Endless Summer' has done very well in my garden.
 
 
A beautiful soft pink color with touches of blue.  A color dictated by the pH levels of my soil.

 
Thank you for sipping tea with me. 
 
Today I am joining ...
 
Tea Time Tuesday @ Rose Chintz Cottage
Tea Cup Tuesday @ Artful Affirmation
Tuesday Cuppa Tea @ Antiques and Teacups
Time Travel Thursday @ The Brambleberry Cottage

12 comments:

Sylvia said...

Love your teacup. Pink is always a favorite of mine. The pink hydrangea goes so good next to it.

Beth said...

Your teacup is very pretty, and I love the tea holders you made. Super cute! Your hydrangeas are lovely. My Endless Summers didn't have a lot of blooms this year; I think last year's drought is the reason. Hoping for more blooms next year.
Hugs, Beth

Tea in Texas said...

Wow, what a fabulous teacup and saucer for it is so delicate with the blue glaze and sweet pattern. You were so fortunate to find it and the the price was wonderful. The darling paper teabag covers are just the best addition. You are so creative!

Pam

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Such a pretty post, Donna. I love the soft pink of your hydrangeas and your teacup really is lovely. The tea bags are adorable. What a nice job you made of them. Thank you for coming to tea.

Blessings,
Sandi

Millie said...

Your cup was a lovely bargain! I also have Endless Summer hydrangea, in pink due to our soil also...a favorite of mine.

Patty Antle said...

I enjoyed my tea with you, Donna. The tea cup and saucer is so pretty and I love your paper crafting. And the hydrangea is just beautiful. You got the soil ph just perfect!

Martha's Favorites said...

That is an amazing tea cup! The price is unreal. Love it and your paper creations. Blessings, Martha

Johanna said...

Hi Dnna,
the tea bag holders are wonderful. You are really talented with this art craft. And I love the pretty tea cups. The Japanese are really good in porcelain design. Thank you for sharing and have a wonderful week.
Best greetings, Johanna

Terry said...

That digital download is terrific! I adore that tiny spoon. It's amazing. And your teacup and saucer? What a great find for 50 cents!
Love the hydrangea - on the bush and dried. Love, love, love 'em!
Have a wonderful day, Donna.

Bernideen said...

What a wonderful bargain you found Donna! And your teabag paper holder is darling!

Karen Frost said...

Your tea cup is so lovely, Donna! I love the colors and the scalloped edge of the little saucer. Your teabag envelopes are just darling. What a fun idea! Beautiful hydrangea's too. Mine are always blue because of my acid soil. I love the pink. Enjoy these last days of summer! xoxo

Rosemary said...

Love the tea bag holders.........

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