Thursday, May 17, 2018

A Delightful and Delicious Tea Cup and Mug Exchange

Hello dear ones!

Today I'm posting and sharing and linking up to Stephanie's 12th Tea Cup and Mug Exchange from her blog "The Enchanted Rose."

I've participated in her Tea Cup and Mug Exchange a few times. If you are interested in being a part of her next Exchange, you can sign up on her blog to receive future notices. When you participate in the Tea Cup and Mug Exchange, you send a lovely tea cup/mug and accessories to someone and a different person sends you a tea cup/mug and accessories to you! It's a lot of fun and you get to meet new people each time. Who knows? You might become best friends from someone in another country! Having a blog is not necessary. Anyone can participate in her Tea Cup/Mug Exchange.

I didn't take a photo of what I sent to Jeanie in Kentucky, but you can check out Stephanie's blog to find out! I've included the link to her blog at the end of this post. Here is what Sandra from Ontario sent me!

Tea cup with pink roses, box of cookies, Lady Grey tea, a handmade pink dishcloth, a French Cottage Magazine and a Tea Time Magazine.  All packaged neatly inside a pretty "Paris" box! Thank you Sandra!

 
 

Here's Stephanie's blog link to see all the lovely items that were given and received!



12 comments:

  1. You received a very nice package. The handmade washcloth is such a lovely color, and the tea cup and box are quite elegant. Glad you could join in. :-)

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    1. Thank you so much, Mary! :-)

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    2. Linda, I see you last name is Shukri and now I'm wondering if your ethnic background is Armenian. My family knew some Armenians who lived in the Boston suburbs back in the 1980s. (We didn't live there, but we visited a church there for a week of meeting once and got to know them then.) :-)

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    3. Hi Mary! I saw your other comments. :-) Yes, I grew up at COB. My maiden name is Gronquist. My husband, Bill, is from Lebanon. I'm sorry, but I don't remember you at all! :-) But I do remember your grandparents, Wes and Francis Van Nattan. :-) But I don't recall your parents. My husband is part Armenian and part Assyrian and he's originally from Lebanon. :-) I was the organist at COB for 36 years from age 18 until we immigrated to Canada in 2009. Now we are going back to the States. I am about to make an announcement on my blog later this evening. Where are you living and what are you doing? It's a small world, isn't it?

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  2. Gorgeous! The pattern of your teacup is one of my favorites, in fact, a dear friend gifted me with one from her dear mothers collection along with a matching luncheon plate. I love it's floral beauty and color.
    Sandra is a precious soul, you will enjoy getting to know her. :}

    Beautiful post ~

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  3. Oooh la la! Whaty a pretty little package from Sandra! The tea cup is exquisite and oh, what a darling box!

    Thanks for joining the fun, dear Linda. Hugs!

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  4. That tea cup pattern is Royal Albert I believe, as it is my mother's china set. Just gorgeous to sip delightful tea from! And I love the box your gift was packaged in, beautiful! What a lovely washcloth too, those kinds are my favorite, and of course pink is just the best :) Hugs to you today!

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    1. Thank you Marilyn! Hugs back! :-)

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  5. Such a dreamy tea cup to enjoy tea in while perusing the magazines! So fun to see what you've been blessed with! Praying you have a wonderful day!

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