I found this image a few days ago through the wonder of Pinterest. I cannot find the original source for the artwork. I wish I could, because this is me to a T. (tea?)
I was browsing etsy last week looking for mugs, and I came across this delightful teacup turned into a bird feeder from A & K Accents: Seeing as it’s finally spring, and time to spend time in the gardens and birdwatch, what could be better? Then this week I came upon a tutorial… Continue reading Tea & Garden: Teacup Birdfeeders.
One of the great treasures of Kansas City is the Nelson Atkins Museum of Art. In addition to some amazing exhibits (including one panel of Monet’s Water Lilies triptych), the Nelson boasts beautiful grounds and outdoor sculptures. For Kansas City natives, the Shuttlecock sculptures are iconic. From the website: The four, 18 feet tall… Continue reading Art & Tea: Shuttlecock Mug
Perhaps you’re looking for some wall art to make the perfect addition to your favorite tea-sipping spot. I’m amused by this poster from Noodlehug: If you’re looking for a bit of a retro feel this fun one is available framed from Poster Revolution via Amazon: I’m particularly enchanted by this paper cut art print… Continue reading Art & Tea
Recently a friend posted a link to artist Beccy Ridsdel’s Surgical Ceramics and I was absolutely entranced. I’m not sure how useful they would be for drinking tea, but they are fascinating to look at.
I cannot tell you how much I love this custom illustration by Lauryn Green.