I’m not talented at all in the art of drawing or painting, but if you are you could create your very own tea set with this tutorial from Apartment Therapy:
Last time I went to the Tea Market, my friend and co-worker tried some of the Lemon Basil Oolong. She let me try a bit too, and I really liked it. So the second time back I purchased an ounce for myself. From her menu, the Lemon Basil Oolong is a blend of dark leaf… Continue reading Drink Me: Tea Market, Lemon Basil Oolong.
I don’t know exactly why, but lately I have been fascinated by the designs featuring cephalopods. I particularly like this Octopus Travel Mug by sewZinski: I am totally smitten with this Octopus in a Teacup print from Society6: Looking for something subtle? How about this pair of Navy Octopus Tall Mugs by Jessica Howard: And… Continue reading Teacessories: Kraken Me Up
There is nothing that I’m more of a sucker for than limited time offers. Tell me that a yarn is a limited dye run, or a tea is seasonal and I want it. So when I got the new spring tea blends email from Tea Market, I knew I was a goner. We went over… Continue reading Drink Me: Tea Market, April in Paris
Again I’m a little late to the party, but it appears that this three month project bag club from Bling Your String is still available! The club’s theme is Afternoon Tea and includes three months of tea themed project bags with stitch markers and surprise goodies. I have no idea what the fabrics will look… Continue reading Knitting Accessories: Bling Your String Project Bag Club
In an effort to try a bunch of different varieties of tea, I selected a rooibos in my last order from David’s Tea named Currant Affair. From the website, it contains rooibos, sweet blackberry leaves, blackcurrant and cream flavoring. Currant Affair is available in a variety of sizes: 50g for $6.50, 100g + free tin… Continue reading Drink Me: David’s Tea, Currant Affair
I got a couple more photos back from the shoot. I think these two are my favorites, along with the green one I posted on Sunday. What do you think?
How cool are these cookies frosted to look like Nordic sweaters (courtesy of The Simple Sweet Life)? They are almost too pretty to eat while you sip your tea!