Sunday, 28 March 2010

tea time . . .



the tiniest of teacups to wear
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11 comments:

princess said...

I love tea, is one of my favorite drinks!! I want that pendant *__*

JJ Beazley said...

Does she do a whisky tumbler...?

BTW, I really like the first picture on your header. It seems to capture so many things - the feminine, the innocent, the free, the Celtic...

softearthart said...

Beautifully made, cheers Marie

ruthie said...

thanks all x x

Jeff, than you for the commetns re: my header, there is a story attached to that picture, you can see it here
http://preciousthings.blogspot.com/2008/09/wishes-can-come-true.html (if you really wanted too lol)

JJ Beazley said...

The link gave me 'page unavailable' and then stopped working altogether. Tried going through all blogs on Precious Things and couldn't find it. Could you tell me which month/year it was in? I would like to read the story.

I think Google Blogger's system leaves a lot to be desired.

ruthie said...

Hi Jeff, bloomin computers, the link was to 2nd Sept 08, hope that helps ;-)

Róisín said...

"It's always tea time"
Never have I heard truer words in all my life. In fact, I want that carved on my gravestone.

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Róisín said...

Just noticed the comments by Jeff about not being able to get that page- apparently Blogger have disabled pages for the moment, dunno why. Anyway, I totally concur about that picture. It actually reminds me a lot of an Irish aritist Jim Fitzpatrick. I'm sure you're well aware of him already- you know THAT portrait of Che Guevara? That's by him, plus many rock album covers, but he's in his element when it comes to Celtic art. He's always been a big hit in our house. If you're not familiar with his work I strongly recommend Googling him.

Róisín said...

Sorry, deleted my first comment when I reread it (so full of typos)

ruthie said...

roisin - thank you so for that link, i had not heard of him before!!! how i dont know! i love jim's work, it is stunning!!