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September 14, 2009


love it, what a great idea - who won't want a gorgeous tea cup to keep - I know I would!

Those tea cups are just beautiful. I wish thrift stores near me carried such beautiful things. Oh well! I will be stealing this idea for a baby shower coming up. Thank you.

Such a great project! I would love to do for a little party!

Oh, they'te just darling. How fun would it be to find a bunch of vintage ones to mix together?

Absolutely gorgeous, and I love the little flags. Thanks for sharing with us!

so cute! I need to start collecting tea cups for ideas like this. :)

we put roses from my mothers garden in teacups for my sister's baby shower.
i loved them!
plus, she had some baby roses and tiny teacups to go with them from when we were little.
it was so cute.

So sweet! I have some vintage teacups I'm going to put flowers in just for fun. I love the idea.

I love this kind of arrangements... is simple and glam at the same time! :-)


Oh my. Oh my. They look good enough to eat. Yum.

These are so adorable, love!

I am so attracted to old teacups and saucers. I passed up some amazing sets at a flea market this weekend because I could not figure out what to do with them. Wish I had read this post before then!

Aw, perfection in a lil cup :)

That is such a pretty photograph. I am always on the hunt for teacups at thrift stores.

I love these gorgeous arrangements!

Just gorgeous...and so dainty!

i love this arrangement and the little flag makes it perfection!

how beautiful!

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