Monday, May 25, 2009

Would you like a cup of tea?

I just wanted to show you one of my new favorite things in my little house! I had been obsessing about the adorable little breakfast table in Kim's Green Victorian. When I had the chance to ask her where she found it, she said that she had an extra that I could purchase! Isn't it wonderful? Our favorite thing about it is the teeny tiny teabag!
She also sent me this beautiful rose pillow as a surprise-- she's such a sweetie! Thanks again, Kim! I love it!

I just had to show you this little trunk they're sitting on-- do you like it? I just fixed it up the other day. The color and carvings didn't suit my style, so I used wood putty to cover the carvings, sanded, and added the german dresden to the front prior to painting it. It fits my style much better now!

This is a close-up of the dresden applique. I had to alter it a tiny bit to get the proportions right. Oh, and if you are looking for the world's best dresden source, you've got to check out Castle in the Air in Berkley. If you get a chance to visit their store, do it! It's... absolutely majical!

5 comments:

kimsminiatures said...

Looks amazing Jill. I love the trunk. Glad you liked the rose pillow. I'm also glad I still had this breakfast tray. Isn't it wonderful? Mini hugs!

Doreen said...

Thanks for dropping in to my blog. Julie and David would love to come over for tea. It looks so inviting. You need a friend like Julie's cousin Kate to come over and help.

Heather Cutting-Rayl said...

Welcome to the wonderful world of Blogs! I love your tea set and the way you bashed your chest! Brilliant! I'm sure you will get lots of followers very soon! I can't wait to see more pictures!

MiniKat said...

What a gorgeous breakfast tray. The pillow is stunning too.

You did an amazing job with the trunk. It's beautiful! :-)

MiniMadWoman said...

Everything is so pretty! Yes, I'd like a cup of tea please!

You did a wonderful job on the trunk . . . it's gorgeous!

Your blog is beautiful . . . I'm looking forward to visiting often.