Hi! How is your week going? Are the kiddos out of school yet? Christopher gets out of school the week after next and has some fun summer camp activities lined up. Great times ahead and a ton of summer memories and photos to scrapbook!
Speaking of scrapbooking, I have a page to share with you. You might have noticed that I love to create pages about everyday little things in addition to the big events. Today's page is about little things...teacups. I love teacups!
Do you collect anything? I enjoy all things vintage...especially teacups. They're just so pretty and delicate and I can't seem to get enough. Funny thing is...I don't drink tea! Well, I do sometimes, but I usually prefer a good strong cup of java or hot chocolate over tea. By-the-way, I've noticed that my photos appear blurry on Blogger. But if you click on a photo, they become more clear.
This sweet little teacup was purchased at our local flea market. Isn't it beautiful? Love the flowers!
All the lovely patterned papers I used for this page are from an awesome new digital kit from Two Peas in a Bucket called 'I Dream of Shabby' by Dianne Rigdon.
I used a Papertrey Ink butterfly die, some Silhouette butterfly cuts and some Spellbinders circle dies for my page.
I got a little carried away with the stitching! ;) Oh but it was fun and I love the results so what's the harm, right? What do you think of the peachy pink flowers? My latest purchase from Two Peas...they're from Prima. Love 'em!
Thank you so much for popping in today! I hope you enjoyed my project share. Here's to us all having a super day! :) Kathy
This is so FAB Kathy! Truly LOVELY!
Abosultely delightful and charming....just what the English tea is about! LOVE the details and stitching, Kathy!
This is so absolutely beautiful and I can't help but wish that my sewing would be as good as this, lol. I adore the burst and it's a romantic shabby chic burst!!! so awesome :) those butterflies, sigh... gorgeous!!!!
Awww, what a sweet and beautiful page, Kathy! Love the fun subject matter and the pretty papers, and WOW on all your stitching. That is out of this world fabulous, my friend.
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