Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Invite A Fairy To Come For Tea


Invite a tiny fairy to come for tea.
Then sit back and wait for the fairydust and magic to happen.



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Teacups:   Royal Albert-  Wild Rose and American Beauty
Tiny Teacup- Occupied Japan   (Thank you, Tami!)


Joining:
Tea Cup Tuesday with Terri and Martha
Tea Time Tuesday with Sandi



30 comments:

  1. Hi: I just love that last cup. I have never seen one like it. Have a wonderful week. Blessings, Martha

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  2. Goodness, seems we have a lot in common. I have lots of tea cups, paper dolls, hand knit slippers, and old books. I have some of that blue and brown stoneware, and I like chicks and bunnies.
    Nancy Jo

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  3. Your little tea cup has such a pretty shape-love it:@)

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  4. Your post looks magical! I love all your pretty teacups. The wee one is so cute. The American Beauty is one I have on my list to acquire but haven't found one yet although I did find a saucer. Thank you for sharing your lovely post at Tea Time and enjoy your day.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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    1. Sandi, I have seen a few American Beauty teacups on e-bay recently.

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  5. Pure magic, Gayle! That is a most unusual little tea cup! Love your pictures! Have a nice day! Twyla

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    1. I know my youngest niece would like this. :-)

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  6. Oh, that tiny tea cup is precious! :)

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    1. Isn't it cute? Tami finds the cutest things!

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  7. Love the special effects you've done with the photos, Gayle! SO pretty!

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  8. How sweet! I just found the cutest little tea cup at the thrift store....I think I'll sprinkle some fairy dust on it! Sweet hugs!

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    1. Yes, do! A little fairy dust goes a long way to making ones day sparkle. :-)

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  9. So cute! I love minis! I have a miniature Shelley on this week's Tuesday Cuppa Tea. Yours is so cute! I love the shape!
    Ruth

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    1. I just stopped by to take a peek at your post! :-)

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  10. I love fairies! Inviting one or two for tea is a delightful idea.

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    1. It was just the cutest little cup, I had to! :-) And I know my niece would love this!

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  11. The little tea cup from Japan is interesting. Clever processing too. I couldn't invite a fairy for tea as I don't have any beautiful cups like those.

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    1. My niece would probably tell you that the fairies wouldn't mind even if you drank from paper cups. :-)

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  12. Hi There,
    I love your teacups featured today. I have some American Beauty but I haven't seen the Friendship Rose before. It is so pretty. The miniature is so sweet! Thank you for visiting me! Have a wonderful weekend. Take care,
    Karen

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    1. Oops, I'm getting my teacup names mixed up. This is "Wild Rose" from Royal Albert. I've now corrected it in the post.

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  13. This is my first time visiting and oh, what beautiful tea cups!!!! Lucky you! Thank you for visiting my blog! Nancy

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THANK YOU for your thoughtful comments. Replies to your questions will be posted here, so be sure to check back soon. Have a wonderful day! - Gayle, Garden Of Daisies