Wednesday, 30 May 2012

A Royal Tea Party

Like many places in the UK, our village is having a Jubilee party. We're holding a big village picnic on our recreation ground on Monday with music, games, a crown parade and a big raffle to raise money so that all of the children in the village will receive a souvenir of the Jubilee


So I made a tea cosy as a raffle prize...


well, actually I made two tea cosies. One for the raffle and one for my shop


I thought that after my desperate plee to get you to buy my Jubilee books (Thank you so much... only one left!) I might add some other items... starting with a tea cosy.


So here it is... still going with the Jubilee theme, a pretty pink and blue tea cosy.


Fully lined and with a thermal inter-lining it is perfect for bringing a regal touch to your afternoon tea. It is one of only two that will ever be made and it is in my shop now and you would have to come to our tea party and buy a raffle ticket to stand a chance of owning the other one!


On a different note, thank you all for the lovely messages about the phone box and the exhibition! I'm back there again all day tomorrow.

12 comments:

  1. Wow this is wonderful. Have a great exhibition as well.

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  2. This is beautiful! I like the colour combination.
    Jane

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  3. Love the tea cosies - very stylish but such fun too, and a great idea.

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  4. Such a fantastic idea. I love that it is pink and blue.

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  5. Lovely tea cosies - what a great idea.
    So glad you sold nearly all your mini books too.

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  6. Lovely tea cosy have a great Jubilee weekend.

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  7. That is the most perfect Jubilee teacosy Gina - beautifully done! Enjoy your exhibition it looks superb with the phone box - well worth all of the planning and book making!

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  8. oh they're fab Gina. what a lovely memento of the Diamond Jubilee.

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  9. GLad you've nearly sold all your books. I love that tea cosy!

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  10. Oh the tea cosy is absolutely gorgeous! And big congratulations on the exhibition. Your phone box looks amazing. K x

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  11. What wonderful tea cosies for an equally wonderful occasion. I have just caught up with your post on you phone box exhibit - it looks fantastic too. I hope the exhibition is a huge success after all your hard work. Cheers

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