Wednesday, April 19, 2017

10th Teacup Exchange


A package arrived on the mail plane one day–such a lovely harbinger of Spring! Dee Peterson, Durango, CO, found this delicate teacup & saucer & silver spoon in an antique shop and has filled a commemorative Mason jar with dream time chamomile sachets for me.


She has also included a crocheted doily which will be used under my water carafe on my night stand. Thank you so much, Dee!

Please be sure and click on over to The Enchanting Rose to see all of the lovely exchanges and to find how to sign up for the next exchange coming in September. Thank you, Stephanie, for hosting a beautiful event that speaks to the hearts of women.

10th Teacup Exchange

And here's a link to the teacup I sent out--I am so glad you liked it, Stacy.

11 comments:

  1. Isn't it wonderful to find a parcel delivered with pretties tucked inside, chosen just for you! A lovely teacup.

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  2. Receiving a parcel by the plane mail sounds rather exciting just on its own! What a pretty teacup! My mom used to have some teacups very similar to this, so it brings back some fond memories for me.
    Wendy

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  3. I am so glad you got the package! I was worried when I didn't see postal service put the "fragile" stamp put on the box. Yeah. I'm so glad you like it. Hugs to you. This was fun.

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  4. Sweet Carolyn, I am so glad you were able to join us for the 10th exchange and what a joy to see your goodies all the way from Colorado :) I, too, am from CO {{smiles}} though I do not know the lovely Dee.

    Hugs and blessings to you, dear one!

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  5. Lovely things you have received and I know you will enjoy!

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  6. Such a cute mug and the doily is quite lovely.

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  7. I truly enjoyed getting to see what you received ! Everything was beautiful! This exchange has been so much fun and blessing ! Hope you have a blessed week!

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  8. I love handmade doilies! So pretty. This exchange is so much fun! :)

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  9. What fun and pretty treasures, Carolyn!

    It's amazing how many countries are involved in this exchange. Sure is fun isn't it? I live in the mid States and sent mine to Australia this time! : - )

    Stephanie is a gem of a gal to do this for us, to be sure. ♥

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  10. Aww...What a lovely gift box you received. Such a lovely and unique tea cup.
    Durango, such a beautiful place in Colorado.
    So nice to visit with you,Carolyn~~

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  11. What a lovely teacup. I especially like the lavender base. The card is really sweet too!

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