Many thanks to Ana over at the Well Appointed Desk for forwarding me this beautiful tutorial on illustrating teacups by Liz Steel.
I was browsing Pinterest looking for tea and knitting and I came across the tea art of Rebecca Jones. What’s not to love? http://drawnbyrebeccajones.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/tea-cups-II-Rebecca-Jones.jpg
I found this stunning recipe from SheKnows on Pinterest. The only real question is if I would have the patience to complete these treats?
Lilla Rogers is an illustrator and head of an agency that represents other illustrators and artists. Each year she hosts a Global Talent Search which is a contest, the winner of which receives representation by the agency. A few weeks ago Ana turned me on to some of the tea themed entries in the competition… Continue reading Arttea: Illustrations and Lilla Rogers.
A few weeks ago I saw this beautiful image on Pinterest: I particularly want one of these:
Several weeks ago Hedgehog Fibres posted a photo on Instagram of her lovely new colorway, Teacup. I was instantly smitten and had to have it. What could be more perfect for me than Teacup yarn? In fact, I ordered twice, on two different bases. Then I started looking for the perfect shawl, that would… Continue reading Knittea: Ulmus and a Cup of Tea
If you’re like me, you have quite the collection of teapots, teacups and mugs. I hate hiding these beauties in cupboards and am always looking for a way to display them. This post from Tidbits & Twine suggests adding a colored backdrop to best display a collection of varied items.
I don’t know if I have the talent or the patience, but I love this tutorial I found on making Teacup Shaped Envelopes from Oh My Handmade Goodness.
I’ve noticed quite a few cute woodland creatures coming across my stream of late. Do you want to add a few to your teatime?
I have a soft spot in my heart for Tweety Bird.