Wednesday, 12 June 2013

Tea For You And Me....:):)

Hi  everyone..... It's been a day of mixed weather here, with bright sun shine, strong winds and over cast skies in the evening, thus bringing a down pour & having you to take your umbrella too with you.

There is always reason or inspiration for creating something & that inspiration might come to you from  big or small. I was inspired to do this tea scape while collecting the tiny fallen dry twigs which where blown by the strong wind. I was always fascinated by these small tiny dry twigs & the time came to collect them and spray them with gold paint and arranging them on a black base looked great. This scape turned out to look good along with  home bloomed lilies. Thank you for coming over and hope you like it ......... :):)
























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10 comments:

  1. Oh, this tea setting is lovely - you teaset pieces are so pretty and I certainly can understand why you have been fascinated with those tiny branches. They are so interesting and I love how you sprayed them with gold and put them in a place of importance. We all need to open our eyes more to the small wonders of our earth. Thanks for sharing this.

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  2. you've made the twigs fit so lovely with the pretty lilies and tablescape:) have a great day!

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  3. Love, love, love...

    Hope you had an enjoyable day and w/end ahead.

    Hugs from D´BoX,
    /CC girl

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  4. What a lovely tea set. What is that beautiful fan made out of? I really like your lilies, too, Sujatha.

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  5. that's a great use for those little branches. I really like that you used them..
    love, Mona

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  6. I like that you've created a work of art out of broken branches. It reminds me of coral. I was pleased to see your fan. I have one like that, but I never knew its origin. Mine is quite old. I bought it in an antique store. Thanks for inviting us for a peak. Cherry Kay

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  7. thank you for your visit today.
    you have created such a wonderful arrangement for your table. i love what you've done with the branches.
    rita

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  8. Wonderful table! Congratulations!
    Besos, Silvina

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  9. So restful!

    Wonderful to have you be a part of Seasonal Sundays.

    - The Tablescaper

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