Monday, May 23, 2011


I am probably the last tea-swapper to post about their treasures!
I received mine right before going on sabbatical to concentrate on
the graduation of my son from high school...more about that later!

My swapping partner was the famous and incredible
I am completely overwhelmed with how she lavished
upon me the most charming gifts.

The exquisite details just took my breath away!

I loved the way she wrapped and embellished each precious piece!

The pictures do not do these amazing cups justice.
Don't you love these adorable little fabric and pearl flowers?

I was blessed with an abundance of teacups!
Three new magnificent china cups to add to my collection! 

I have never seen a teacup like this one before - it is so unique and different.
I love the intricate flower design, gold trim and words beautifully embossed.
It is truly something to behold! 

This little cup is sweet and delicate - it is like spring time coming to my home!
It reminds me of the sun shining on a lush flower garden.

I adore this elegant teacup.  It is very hard to even decide on a favorite,
but this cup sings royalty to me - it is the princess among them all.

There were many surprises tucked into my basket.
The Tablescaper did not realize that purple is my favorite color
or that I absolutely swoon over organza pouch bags! 
Look at this marvelous bag holding a fragrant lavender candle!
There are even beads dangling on the bottom and gold cord at the top. 

I also received these fluffy yellow chicks to add to my table and there
was a package of yummy gourmet jelly beans hiding in a blue sparkly egg box. 

These shiny jewel-like eggs are an absolute favorite!
They are actually place card holders!  I love them!!
So whimsical and fancy!

I cannot thank The Tablescaper
enough for this beloved gift package.
You are a real gem!!
Thank you Martha and Terri for hosting this wonderful swap!
I can hardly wait for the next one!

I am linking to the following tea parties:


  1. Hi Concetta,
    What a wonderful basket full of goodies! You certainly were lavished upon and how lovely all your tea cups are! Thank you for sharing them with us. Everything is so lovely and just right for a lovely lady! Thank you for stopping by and joining me for tea, dear friend. Hope your week is filled with delight.


  2. Oh, my! What a wonderful swap! Bloggers are truly generous and fun! Happy Tea Day!

  3. Oh what lovely teacups!!! You must have been so delighted when you opened that basket of goodies.

  4. Oh my goodness gracious! She sent you three tea cups??? Wow! They are all just lovely. All the extra goodies too are amazing. I am so glad that you had such a good time with the Easter Basket Tea Cup Swap! Yay!

  5. New to your blog and so glad a I happened upon another tea lover! So glad you received such a lovely much fun is that!! WOWIE! I love the Tablescaper's blog so much too. Take care. Trish

  6. Loved my first visit to your blog. Love your tea cup post ! I'm inspired now, I'll try to get a cup posted today too! Happy Tuesday. Jules ♥

  7. Dear Concetta,

    What fabulous gifts were bestowed upon you from the Tablescaper! Oh my!.., Thanks so much for sharing them with all of us! Looks like you had a great time with your teacup swap!

    Thanks for joining me once again for TTTT and also for my 84th, Tuesday Tea For Two, it's always such a pleasure having you join us in the fun!

    Cheers and hugs from Wanda Lee

  8. Make haste slowly!
    I love that!

    Enjoy your gorgeous items! Swoon,!!

    Ciao Bella!


  9. Wow what a strong and beautiful woman! I work in a Mental Health unit but I could never imagine working on an Oncology unit. You definately have my props. I am a new follower and would love for you to stop by.

  10. You received a bounty of treasures perfect for practicing your gift of hospitality!Looking forward to seeing how you use them. Isn't the blogging community a blessing?


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