Good Morning Ladies! Happy Tea Cup Tuesday No 191! Running a little late, as you can see. You ladies are ready to go on Monday! I love that about you. It seems like the minute Halloween passes, the time just goes on super speed. Our lives become filled with parties and decorating, not to mention Christmas shopping. I am still trying to meet my goal of finishing it by the end of November. I think I have a 50 / 50 chance. My
December calendar is already filled with fun things that need to be celebrated. Too fun!
While we are talking about fun, let's start with our Tea Cups. I love demitasse tea cups. I think they look so delicate and beautiful. To be honest for the longest time, I never used them, too small. I have discovered a wonderful way to show them off and making them a part of the room decor. I use them as tea lights. They are a perfect size and look wonderful!
With that thought in mind I would like to show you this first tea cup. It is a Wales China demitasse, hand painted in Japan. This cup is so ornate with teal beading around the couple. Pictures do not do this cup justice.
The next cup is RW, Made in Germany, US Zone 42. The gold gilt on this cup is amazing.
The last cup I am sharing is the Elegant Fostoria, Fairfax pattern. It is a beautiful topaz color. This too, is a demitasse cup.
As you can probably tell, I finally have my home together. Just in time to tear it up for Christmas decoration, something I love to do. You may start seeing hints next week. (Sorry!) Lots of parties to get ready for.
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For you prayer warriors, please keep my son, Kyle, in your prayers for the next five weeks. He is taking an intensive for Paramedics. He really needs to past this class to get his State Cert. He has to pass it with a B or better. (You don't want someone with a "C" trying to save your life! Thank you so much.
Keep your fingers crossed about the Linky. Hugs, Martha