Cup and saucer with flowers + Linky April 28, 2015 Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email Other Apps My mom knows my fondness for kitschy cups and saucers, found at thrift shops. So when she saw this one at a garage sale she bought it as a surprise for me. And I love it! An InLinkz Link-up Make sure you don't miss any posts on Momfever! Enter your email address: Delivered by FeedBurner Wordless Wednesday Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email Other Apps Comments NCSueApril 28, 2015Delicate and lovely! Thrift shops are definitely the place to look for treasures like this.Thank you for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/04/french-corner-bakery.htmlReplyDeleteRepliesReplystevebethereApril 28, 2015Very elegant and retro, Tea anyone? heheh!ReplyDeleteRepliesReply[email protected]April 28, 2015I would love to sip some tea in this. Maybe, keep it away from the kids. For some reason reminds me of the show The Vampire Diaries!http://kickingkilos.blogspot.in/2015/04/ww2-guest-post-from-tanvee.htmlReplyDeleteRepliesNicole OrriënsApril 30, 2015That's an interesting associaton!DeleteRepliesReplyReplyKarren HallerApril 28, 2015Very pretty tea cup and saucer, love the pink flowers!!!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAnonymousApril 28, 2015It is very pretty and posh! ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyUnknownApril 28, 2015Love your cup and saucer. I actually did a WW post on just that a couple of months ago. It is so reminiscent of slower, softer times. ReplyDeleteRepliesNicole OrriënsApril 30, 2015I love slower times!DeleteRepliesReplyReplyUnknownApril 28, 2015This is lovely! There's something so special about drinking tea from a cup with a saucers :)ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyGentle JoyApril 28, 2015What a beautiful cup and saucer... tea just tastes better out of such a pretty set. :) ReplyDeleteRepliesNicole OrriënsApril 30, 2015Yes it does!DeleteRepliesReplyReplyLilly's MomApril 28, 2015This is a lovely cup your Mom gave you. I'm sure you will cherish it as part of your collection.ReplyDeleteRepliesNicole OrriënsApril 30, 2015I will Lily's Mom. I love that she knows my taste.DeleteRepliesReplyReplyDebCApril 29, 2015So very pretty! I have a little collection of those as well. Tea tastes so much better in a china cup and saucerReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAmilaApril 29, 2015Actually it is a lovely cup & saucer with beautiful design....ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyMystery CaseApril 29, 2015I love to collect tea cups and saucers, only they are becoming a bit trendy which means the thrift shops have bumped their prices up. Spotted a set that was just gorgeous in a thrift shop but it had a $60 price tag. ReplyDeleteRepliesNicole OrriënsApril 30, 2015Wow, that's way too expensive. That takes all the fun out of thrift shopping!DeleteRepliesReplyReplyJoyApril 29, 2015LOVE your cup-n-saucer! I inherited my grandmother's collection (each one different); she would serve hot chocolate to me out of one of them at breakfast after a sleepover with her! :) ♥ReplyDeleteRepliesNicole OrriënsApril 30, 2015Those are some lovely memories to have Joy! And I'm sure you grandmother's collection will keep that memory alive.DeleteRepliesReplyReplyLinda A KinsmanApril 29, 2015What a beautiful show of love and affection from your Mom. My daughters and I have been looking in our local thrift shops for pretty tea cups to plant succulents in. ReplyDeleteRepliesNicole OrriënsApril 30, 2015That's a great idea too!DeleteRepliesReplyReplyDiana MancusoApril 29, 2015So pretty! Can't believe you found it at a thrift shop.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyUnknownApril 29, 2015Gorgeous!!!! And in a thrift store!!!!www.journalofjanedoe.comReplyDeleteRepliesReplyUnknownApril 29, 2015Wow, how pretty!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyDominique GohApril 30, 2015That's a really lovely teaset. ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAdd commentLoad more... Post a Comment Hi, I just lóve comments, but please don't just tell me how you got here. Please read the post as well, and leave a meaningful comment. I'll be sure to drop by your blog, return the favor!