This week there was a supermoon full lunar eclipse, the last of which occurred 33 years ago. It was fitting then, that I found out about Moon Glass by Tale this week. These awesome cups let you mimic the phases of the moon with a simple pour.
I don’t know what it is about mandalas, but they never fail to catch my eye. Is it that they are geometrically appealing, almost like a kaleidoscope? Or is it the rich colors? Here they can bring peace and beauty to tea time:
The Fiber: Hello Yarn Polwarth Silk in Slumber The Mug: Ceramic Mug Om Yoga Tea by Marie Kennedy Pottery The Tea: Celestial Seasonings Sleepytime Tea The Yarn: Handspun by me
The Fiber: Aurora on Blue-faced Leicester wool by Into the Whirled The Yarn: Aurora Borealis (available in my shop) The Mug: Aurora Borealis by Dirt Kicker Pottery
When the temperatures are steaming outside many of us (myself included!) opt for iced tea. However, my office stays chilly with the air conditioning so I still drink my favorite hot teas in the summer. These mugs are so much summery fun!
I was browsing Pinterest the other day and found this DIY Anthropologie Mugs tutorial at HomeHeartCraft. Ready, set, craft to your heart’s content!
A few weeks ago I saw this beautiful image on Pinterest: I particularly want one of these:
There’s nothing I love more than blueberries. Well, maybe blueberry colored yarn and blueberry tea in a beautiful blue mug? The Tea: The Republic of Tea, Wild Blueberry The Yarn: Unwind Yarn Company, Journey Sock in I Want it Now The Sweater: Chicory Top by Sarah Pope, handknit by me The Mug: Blue Drip Mug… Continue reading Knittea: Blueberry
It’s Friday, which means balloons, liquor, unicorns and rainbows for everyone! I would love to enjoy a Friday cuppa in this mug.
Many years ago I got to attend a Van Gogh exhibit at LACMA. I stood transfixed by all the delicate brush strokes in each and every painting. This mug set reminds me of that wonderful evening.