Hello Ladies and welcome to Tea Cup Tuesday No. 204! We have been getting such wonderful responses to this party recently. Terri and I really appreciate it. Have you been busy being creative? I purchase some stamps to learn how to stamp on spoons and forks. It seems like this is a fun craft. It is a lot more pricey than I had anticipated, hopefully, I can do this. Seems like many of us have been stuck at home due to weather problems. There is something about getting ready for Spring that makes me feel creative. Our weather has been great. We had one day of rain in Los Angeles and everyone became unglued. We forget how to drive and got depressed. Maybe God made Los Angeles for those who just cannot deal with dark skies. So He gives us a few earthquakes instead.
My week was filled with events with Grandchildren. Couldn't get away from seeing the Lego Movie. They loved it. Noah, lost his tooth. It had been hanging by a small piece of skin for quite a while, but he would not let anyone touch it. It finally fell off while he was brushing his teeth. He was happy and teary at the same time. I wonder what it feels like to have a piece of your body fall off and everyone cheer? I certainly can't remember. I am trying hard to keep all my body parts working and in tack!
Have some fun tea cups to share with you this week. The first is this black and gold Mitterteich, from Bavaria, Germany. Look at the crown shape pedestal base. It looks like it was cut with craft scissors.
The next cup is a Clarence, Made in England. Love the shape of this cup, with the black clovers.
The last cup is from New England Toile. It matches the tea pot on the top of this post. There is something so pretty about black and white. Don't you agree? Terri made that tag for me, I love it!
Wishing you all a wonderful Valentine's Day! I know that not everyone can spend the day with someone special. If you have to spend it alone, remember, you are never alone really, Jesus loves you!
Sending double hugs, Martha