so what better place to have tea than in the sunroom!
I brought out my new sterling silver tray that I received from my sis for Christmas, (yep, she's one great sister!) and a pretty pink floral Staffordshire teapot, cup and saucer, and journal to start the day.
I've been putting a few new pendant pieces together for Valentine's Day.
Lots of hearts and cupids...
and of course some blinged keys.
I love graphics from the 20's and 30's,
and found these sweet little postcards last weekend at Spring Creek.
Like when the sky and the ground are the same gray color.
Peaceful, but a little lifeless.
So today I just wanted a little "pretty".
This Johnson Bros. pink floral vegetable bowl
full of paperwhites is almost past it's prime,
and I noticed a few kitty teeth have been nibbling.
Then, on seeing this little lantern,
the glass needs a little shine...
But if you look past the flaws
it's just pretty.
I found this old white wicker tray when Rebecca was here.
I knew it would be a sweet landing place for some little January treasures.
one of my little lambs has found a cozy spot.
It's days like this that remind me why I redid the Dining Room.
I like to use dried hydrangeas all throughout the year. This stem happens to be faux, but I've been mixing them with real dried and they disguise pretty well. These are just cream colored ones I bought in the Spring, but tinted the edges with "Distress Ink" when I couldn't find them in the floral stores. Just thought I'd share a little floral secret.