Monday, April 2, 2012

Tea-cup charm

Easter is such a beautiful celebration

and adding bunnies & pretty dishes to the table will make it even more fun.
I found a table-cloth protector so I can use my new table cover from Peru. Now the guys won't be afraid to eat & drink at the table. Seriously...they were afraid. :-b
Did you know that
Tea is liquid wisdom. I should be a genius.
I found this little tea-cup in Almonte at an antique store.
 I just love pansies. Isn't it charming? 
I would have loved to find two but one will do. I'll just add it to my collection. 

                                                                                                 "Hello Annie"
                                                  I see you all blurry back there.
Thanks for dropping by. I'm off to care for Jack & Ford & Emmi & Didi. All four will be anxiously waiting at the door for 'the lady with thumbs'. 
It's so nice to be loved :-)  
I'm joining Tea-time Tuesday at & Tuesday Cuppa Tea at Table-top Tuesday at &
hugs, Deb


  1. So how many tea cups DO you have? Tell the truth...

    I see you now sign your comments with SIX cats--YES!

  2. Cat's wouldn't need us at all if it weren't for our opposables!
    Jane x
    PS My spelling doesn't look right!

  3. A very pretty table cloth =)
    I see your kitties don't lie on the table either (ahem!) =)

  4. Love your tea cup and that first photo is stunning. I like the first photo on your sidebar too! ha ha ha!
    Happy Easter, Deb!

  5. Love you lovely teacups...ans peeks of your friends. A good cat sitter is a real treasure!!!! Your bunnies are so cute! Happy Easter and thanks for linking to Tuesday Cuppa Tea!

  6. Beautiful cups and rabbit - Easter is a pretty time of year.

  7. Hi Deb,
    What cute bunnies! I love your new teacup. It's very pretty and a perfect cup for this time of year with the pansies. Thanks for joining me for tea and Happy Easter! Have a lovely week!


  8. Deb that is such a pretty cup! I love it's shape! I am also so glad you can use your tablecloth and no body will be harmed if they spill!Hugs,Linda

  9. What doesn't taste better in a dainty teacup???

  10. HI Deb! Lovely cups - so pretty! Nice tablecloth too! Wait a minute, no kitties?
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

  11. Your tablecloth from Peru is nice, good to cover and protect it. I shamefully put on a plastic tablecloth with the felt backing when the smaller grands are here. It looks tacky but is less stressful.
    It was sweet to see your kitty peeking through the handle of the teacup.
    I have an Ontario blogger badge on my sidebar that you can get too, of you want.

  12. Awwwww sweetie, I adore your charmin' teacup but what I really like is your precious bunnies. I'm smitten!!!

    I collect 'em ya know?

    God bless ya and have yourself an excellent kinda week! :o)

  13. I love your little tea cup..and love your easter/spring decor..have a wonderful week ahead.;)

  14. Hello! I am visiting from the Bunny Hop, and I believe this is my first visit to your blog. I have enjoyed looking at the photos of your cats. Your pansy teacup is so pretty.

  15. Tea tastes better when taken from a lovely cup. I wish they would design a delicate, gracefully shaped and beautifully decorated mug for those of us who are heavy imbibers .

  16. You found another pretty cup. The pansies are wonderful ... such a happy flower! I had help from Cassie for my tea post ... just like you had help. :D :D :D Happy Tea Day!

  17. Oh such a beautiful teacup and your bunny is adorable. Thanks for joining TTT. Hugs, marty

  18. Love your bunnies and teacups!

  19. What a wonderful cup! I am planning to put some protectors on a couple of work tables. Just because we use them a lot does not mean they should not be pretty. What a wonderful cloth you have.