This week I am sharing some green things since St. Patrick's Day is just ahead on March 17th. Of course, we think green when we remember a St. Patrick's Day tea experience so I set a little table for you. Please take a seat and do pour yourself a cup of tea.
Our local market had shamrock plants. I also found a couple St. Patrick's Day vintage postcards for $1.00. The lady postcard is from 1910. I don't have much that reflects St. Patrick's Day but I managed to pull a few green items together.
From the book "365 Things Every Tea Lover Should Know":
In the early days when tea was very expensive, it was kept under lock and key and in the parlor where the lady of the house could keep watch of it.
All our snow has melted down - well maybe a little pile here or there in the shade. Our spring comes quite late here so we could still have more snow. This is a pillow I recently made using a very old vintage piece that was a basket with pansies:
I recently found this sheet music. Would you like me to sing this? Not, to worry, we won't go there.
I've shared my little Japanese Cottage teapot and other pieces along with 2 English Bone China Cups and Saucers:
This is my weekly blog party and if you are a tea blogger - I would love to have you link at the bottom. I always participate in other blog parties as well: