Saturday, 15 April 2017

Happy Easter and A Different Kind of Wreath

Spring had come once more to Green Gables....the capricious, reluctant Canadian spring, lingering along through April and May in a succession of sweet, fresh, chilly days, with pink sunsets and miracles of resurrection and growth. ~ LM Montgomery - "Anne of Green Gables" 

Happy Easter dear friends! It looks like spring has arrived at last here on Prince Edward Island. The snow is gone and the songbirds are back. What a wonderful sight to behold; to look out the window and not see any snow!

I have always enjoyed making wreaths; be it Christmas, Easter, Spring, Autumn; etc. I haven't made a wreath as such for a while but I did get some inspiration from a picture I saw somewhere of a different kind of wreath. I decided to duplicate it with some of my teacups and one of my pretty plates.



As you can see, I have used mainly pink {surprised?} with just a hint of robin egg blue and a Rose Chintz plate in the center. Among the many beautiful cups is Royal Albert, Aynsley, and Paragon.


While I'm at it, I may as well enjoy some tea at the same time. I have a Grace teapot sitting at the ready in the centre. Let's choose our teacups and enjoy some tea together, shall we?



I have chosen Blossom Time. Which cup would you like to sip from?


Tea is a time in which we were perfectly contented with ourselves and one another. ~ Charles Dickens

It's so nice of you to stop by for a visit. I wish you all a lovely Easter weekend and I pray that you will take time to reflect upon what the Lord did for you on that cruel cross. May His love and blessings shower down upon you. 

Someday soon He will return on the clouds of glory with His angels and all those who have believed in Him who have gone before us; to gather His people to Himself. 


What a day that will be, 
When my Jesus I shall see,
When I look upon His face,
The One who saved me by His grace;
When He takes me by the hand, 
And leads me through the Promised Land,
What a day, glorious day that will be. ~ Jim Hill -1955 

Hallelujah! Our God reigns and is alive forever more!




 I am joining the following parties as well~
 Tuesday Cuppa Tea
 Friends Sharing Tea
Share Your Cup Thursday
 Home Sweet Home



 Sharing from my heart ~ Sandi

25 comments:

  1. I saw this lovely wreath with the teacups too somewhere. You reproduced it with your exquisite teacups and I love it. I would love to have tea with you and choose my own cup. 'Cheers' anyway, from afar.
    Happy Easter dear friend.
    FABBY

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  2. I say a hearty Amen! to your words about Jesus!

    The wreath is adorable!

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  3. Just popping in to wish you and yours a very Happy Easter, Sandi! Lovely wreath! God Bless! Bess

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  4. Love your teacup wreath,I'll try to do it!Love your blessing words,thank you and Happy Easter!Maristella.

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  5. Your teacup wreath is absolutely stunning, Sandi.

    Happy Easter Blessings to you!

    He is Risen!

    Hugs.

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  6. Happy Easter, Sandi! Your teacup wreath is very charming!

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  7. I'm not much of a crafter, but your beautiful teacup wreath is right in my wheelhouse. I would pick the pretty turquoise teacup in the corset shape for sipping tea. Happy Easter, Sandi!

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  8. Sandi,
    Love your pretty tea cup wreath!! Great idea!! Wishing you a very Happy Easter and I hope you get to spend it with as many of your family as possible.
    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  9. Beautiful and so creative! And your tea pot is gorgeous. Wishing you a very blessed Easter!

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  10. Hi Sandi,
    Your teacup wreath is so pretty and I would be happy to sip tea from any one of them. Wishing you a beautiful Easter weekend.

    hugs,
    Sissie

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  11. May you have a very Blessed EASTER!!!!
    Lovely china.
    Such fun,
    d

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  12. What a beautiful teacup wreath, Sandi! I don't care which teacup I'd choose, as they're alll beautiful, and sipping tea with you would be the best. Happy Easter blessings to you, sweet friend!

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  13. Lovely wreath of your beautiful teacups.

    Happy Easter!
    Carolyn

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  14. Hope you had a blessed day Sandi! Such lovely teacups, and arranged so nicely!

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  15. Sandi that is a beautiful collection of tea cups!! It was a beautiful Easter Sunday here in the Dakotas! My husband is the pastor of three churches (services are done in two churches each Sunday) so this Sunday I went to both churches and really enjoyed it. Hope all is going well! Sending blessings !

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  16. O dearest Sandi your wreath is just beautiful... I will take one of the roses please... that would be so pretty for a tea party set up.. I love it.. glad to see your here posting Happy late Radter with love Janice

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  17. I love your wreath Sandi...I have been meaning to do that too, but...so glad you did. Just gorgeous!
    Ruth

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  18. Visiting from Bernideen's... What a sweet idea for a tea cup selection display. I could use any one of them and be perfectly content. I see three right away that I also have. This does not surprise me as my tea cups came to me via my New Brunswick grandmother. Happy spring!

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    1. What a sweet teacup wreath! So cute with your darling teapot in the middle! The teacups are all so beautiful and I would love to have tea with you, any one of your lovely teacups would be perfect! Praying all goes well for you, dear Sandi.
      Hugs,
      Nancy

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  19. Sandi, what a beautiful wreath! Very clever you are! I'd be happy with any of those beautiful teacups.

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  20. I would select the one with tiny roses on a white background, on the bottom right next to the blue one. Loved seeing all those lovely teacups today.

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  21. Such a beautiful post! Love the tea wreath.. it caught me attention at the Home Sweet Home link up...

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  22. Sandi, your teacup wreath is gorgeous! I pinned one made by Tuula last year and have wanted to recreate it. Unlike you, I do not have enough pretty teacups. :) Glad spring has found you sweet friend! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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I am delighted to have you visit me and I read every comment. Please forgive me for not being able to visit you all as there are so many of you lovely bloggy friends now. I will visit as much as possible. I wish you a day filled with JOY! ~ Sandi