Tea Times Creations on Wonderbliss

Walpole is home to one of the most enchanting places in Massachusetts, Fancy That! Shoppe. This the home of a fantastic collection of vintage crockery, silverware, pink goblets and more available for rental. It is also a boutique with one-of-a-kind gift items ranging from high end tea, vintage china, jewelry and furnishings. They also carry my stands, and I have done some custom drilling for the owner Sarah.

 

The other day Cara Brostrom, from Wonderbliss Wedding Photography, stopped by for a magical session that wonderfully captured the elegant beauty of what Fancy That! has to offer. Amongst the gorgeous set up of pink goblets, silverware and vintage plates and teacups, one of Tea Times Creations stands stood as the perfect complement for the romantic tablescape designed by Sarah. Cara was generous enough to allow me to post her beautiful picture on my blog, and like a proud mamma my heart beats faster when I look at this picture!

 

I just love polka dot china!

 

 

For the complete spread of vintage goodness go to the Wonderbliss page to check it out! If you live in the area you have to stop by the Shoppe for a unique shopping experience that feels like going back in time…

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Win a TeaTimesCreations Stand!

I’m very excited that this stand is the incentive for listeners of Craftlit that donate during the months of September and October. CraftLit: A Podcast for Crafters Who Love Books is an amazing podcast produced my Heather Ordover. If you took a listen to episode one of my podcast you probably know about Craftlit already. In Heather’s own words think “books on tape with benefits”. Heather is a knitter, writer, producer, author, super creative person that many years ago came up with the great idea of combining great literature with crafty talk. The show features audio books like “Little Women”, “Pride and Prejudice”, “Frankenstein”, “The Scarlet Letter”, and many other great classics of all times. The caveat is that she cleverly (and quite accessibly) dissects the story, giving us a master class in literature each show. There is plenty of feedback and discussion from the audience too. Like I always say it is a very intelligent show that attracts very intelligent listeners.

 She’ll be featuring next one of my most favorite books of all times “Dracula”, by Bram Stoker, so if you’re new to Craftlit this is a awesome way to start “test driving the concept. In her site you’ll also find an extensive library of past shows, conveniently indexed for your listening pleasure. Donate any amount to help offset the costs of producing the show between the months of September and October, and you’ll have a chance to win this (if I may say so myself) beautiful TTC stand.

 While you’re at it, and if you’re a knitter, take some time to learn about her latest venture, the book What Would Madame Defarge Knit?. Grab the book, some yarn and knitting needles, and set up a true English tea party with stands from the Etsy store!