From our Christmas Pinterest Board

I hope you are enjoying the holiday season and that things at your house aren’t overly manic. Today I am posting some teacup images from my Christmas Pinterest Board. I just love a pretty teacup and I just love these images. Enjoy!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. Christy Kay says:

    There sure are alot of very creative people around! I love this idea. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. These are very cute! I do have an account, ‘TheTeaist’. But I don’t use it often. Maybe I ought to! ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. I do so love teacup incorporated into holiday decorations. I took a picture of one last Sunday, I think I must put it on the blog soon. I think we are already connected on pinterest.

  4. Such sweet images! Very festive ๐Ÿ™‚ You can find my Pinterest account at http://pinterest.com/britophile/

  5. These are so pretty! The last big pink and white one is amazing. However, I do have to say, I prefer tea in my tea cup. It’s a bit odd having something solid in there; it makes the cup feel a bit like a coffin…

  6. Hello Denise,
    I love a wee Christmas tree in a teacup! I do one up every year but I haven’t shared mine yet. I must do that next week at my party. It’s always lovely to visit you. Wishing you a delightful weekend.

    Christmas blessings,
    Sandi

  7. Hi Denise,
    Thank you for the lovely comment on my latest post. The teacup in my header is called Fruit festival by Nasco. I found it at a thrift store a few years ago. I know there are other patterns similar to it. I enjoyed looking at all the little trees in teacups. I have one here in my dining room. Have a wonderful Christmas!
    Nancy

  8. Good morning, Denise!
    I just loved these tea cup images with the Christmas touch.
    Just imagine what one can do with a tea cup!
    Have a nice Sunday!
    HelenD

    • Hello, Helen! Glad you liked the pictures. I am thinking of collecting 7 or 8 winter/Christmas type teacups during 2013 so that I can make a small vignette of mini-tree filled teacups for next Christmas. X

  9. What a wonderful collection. I’m on Pinterest, but only just, and am wondering whether I dare dive in properly! Account name is paulinewiles .
    Hope the last full week before Christmas is a good one for you.

  10. So pretty, Denise! I love looking at your Pinterest boards! Such inspiration there! It’s amazing how creative people can be!

    I cannot believe that Christmas is just around the corner! Slow down, please, Christmas! Enjoy your week. I am baking this week…last thing before Christmas is here.

    xoxo….Karen

  11. Penelope Shaffer says:

    I get your blog on my Kindle and now I am following you on Pinterest. My mother was English and I still have many relatives there, even some in towns in Surrey. I’veI been to what I believe was called “high tea” at the Savoy in London. Please do an article on that beautifully restored tea room. I have a picture I put on Pinterest on my “Favorite Places if you care to look. Beautiful environment to enjoy tea.

    Love your blog!

    • Hi Penelope, Welcome to Tea in England and thank you for mentioning my blog on Kindle. It’s been more or less of an experiment and I hope it’s working for you.

      Where is your Mum from?

      I will check out your Pinterest pages! I’ve not had Afternoon Tea yet at the Savoy, and haven’t seen the renovation. Will have to see if they will invite me to write a tea review!

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