So many of my teapots have come from friends who know of my love of teapots. Today’s teapot is one that my friend Hilary who I “met” when she blogged at Feeling Beach sent me. It is an Alice in Wonderland teapot and I was just thinking that I need to dig her out and put her on display again.
She’s a cute little gal with a head that serves as a cup (off with her head) and her sunny smile makes me smile as well. I am pretty sure she is stored in the depths of the buffet in the back and I need to bring her out into the light and let her spread her sunshine.
Our Ladies Luncheon group here in Connestee Falls is planning a Mad Hatters Luncheon in March and that makes me think I need to haul her out and give her a place of honor in my kitchen pretty soon.
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Yes, that’s it! Said the Hatter with a sigh, it’s always tea time.
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How sweet, This teapot will be perfect for your Mad Hatters Luncheon! I wish I could attach pictures here but here is a blog post with my daughter as Alice with some of her teapots. https://darlenefoster.wordpress.com/2012/07/26/alice-in-wonderland/
I LOVED it. Your daughter is so very talented!
It was wonderful to see that yellow sunrise . I think a little yard clean up is good, nothing serious yet.
Yellow is my favorite color and soon there will be daffodils and more forsythia.
I can see why yellow is your favorite color—it is bright and sunny and makes us all happy!
Yes, you must take Alice to the Mad Hatter party. Love her sunny smile.
I think she will go to the Mat Hatter party along with my Mad Hatter teapot! Now to find them both!
That’s so adorable. ❤️
Thanks! I love this one as well especially because of who gave her to me!
Sewing, studying and hanging out with friends. I like Alice. She is bright and colorful!.
Sounds like the perfect day! Alice is one of my fun teapots, don’t you think?