How are you? Hope you're enjoying good weather wherever you are. Have a cup of tea with me won't you?
Relaxation blend of loose tea. Quite nice with a hint of raspberry-not too much. The blue dish is antique Buffalo Pottery that was my great grandmother's. I think they were meant for serving individual salt portions at the dinner table. I have 8 of these. The tea cup is also vintage and purchased at an estate sale. The only marking is "Germany" under the 5 cups I have. And that darling little teapot loose tea holder...
I bought it in England many years ago and it is made in England too. I just love it! Sharing with Elizabeth and friends for T Stands For Tuesday.
Updates on my birds! This is how they look as of now:
and...I got a happy surprise with a new nest in my second hanging basket of geraniums!
My May calendar spreads:
For the Simon Wednesday Challenge of Anything Goes and Moo Mania and More Challenge to use die cuts I have this card to share:
Products: white notecard; pink, white cardstock; PTI Mega Mixed Messages clear stamp set; Altenew Peony Bouquet stamp and die set; brick wall stencil (Simon Says Stamp); heart die (Sizzix/Thin Lits Tim Holtz; Inks- Versafine Onyx Black; Archival- Leaf Green, Buttercup, Sunflower; Colorbox Fluid Chalk ink - Gray Whale; Distress ink- Mowed Lawn; Moonshine Sequins - Simon Says Stamp.
The title of my post comes from this journal page:
Background stamps are from Magenta, bird girl stamp from Lost Coast Designs (the face is a vintage image from my stash), words (Art Gone Wild).
Linking this to Try It On Tuesday (She's Got The Look).
And one more journal page:
This page was inspired by my love of poppies and the photo I took of one last year. Sharing with Art Journal Journey with the new month's theme of "Inspired By" chosen by guest host Gill.
Of course I am also joining Paint Party Friday! Also, I have missed some blogging friends who haven't been blogging lately and I am happy to be finding them on Instagram now that I finally signed up:) Have a super week ahead!
" Everyone should carefully observe the way his heart draws him, and then follow that way with all his heart." Hasidic Saying