February 26, 2013 Teapot Tuesday! 35 Comments/ 2004/ 0 How about a Native American themed teapot for today??? One of my favorite ones is this replica of a teepee –not sure how accurate the rendition is but it always makes me smile when I see this one. Enjoy some Tea from the Teepee! ← Previous It’s Just Life With Friends Next → Wordless Wednesday with Words
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I like this one! Do you have special cups you use?
No—it only was the teapot. I could just imagine little teepee cups!!! 🙂
I kinda’ was hoping for something like that!
Definitely unique. Where did you find this one?
I should have guessed. 🙂
Cute. I saw a teepee like contraption–just the sticks, no hide, in Holland Park the other day and I was scratching my head. It was gone a week later. Maybe some kids made it.
That is funny!! Perhaps it was kids!!!
I don’t know Beth Ann “tea pee” doesn’t sound so inviting to me..
Yea–someone told me a joke about that…..depending on what type of tea is brewed in it it might look like tee pee…..especially if it is green tea!
I’d rather not think of Earl Grey’s either. lol
This one is certainly different and enteresting. I think this is one that we would need to see in person to be able to see how lovely and creative it isl.
Yes—-I agree!!! I need to get you out here!! Maybe when the weather is nicer!!!
What a collection, Beth Ann. This particular one is certainly unique.
It is, isn’t it???? And they keep coming…..
I was a bit confused when I first saw the title in my mailbox of “tee pee” —- because it made me think of these little cloth pee-pee-tee-pees that someone gave me when I had my son. To put on his…..you know…when you change the diaper. LOL
call me pleasantly surprised to find out it is Teapot Tuesday 🙂
Heeeheee! I knew it would provoke some jokes and have folks take a second look!!! 🙂
Did I tell you about the tea pot my mother gave me for Christmas? It’s a tea pot in the shape of a sewing machine on a desk…and I can’t sew, though my sister can and beautifully. Mom knows I like tea…but honestly!!! I have no idea what to do with it. 🙁 Signed, ungrateful child.
I might know someone to share it with if you ever get tired of it….hehhee! I do have a sewing machine one in my collection already. Did your mom mistake you for your sister??? 🙂
I don’t know, it’s possible! (She had a stroke almost 6 years ago!) But I think she did it becuase she knows I like tea…and my sewing sister doesn’t drink it much. But, of course…it’s for decoration and not using!!! It was one Mom was given once – she’s trying to get rid of a few things…so that’s good…but…well…yeah…
Nice teapot. I like the pretty stones you’ve arranged around it.
Thanks , Patti!!!
That’s definitely one of your more interesting tea pots. Love the riders on there. 🙂
That is so cool! I/we go to quite a few swap/antique meets and will keep our eyes open for cups!!! Always need something to look for!! Hugs, Doreen
Thanks, Doreen!!!! Love your blog!!
Why, thank you m’am!! (smile), Yours is a breath of fresh Spring air……am now a “Follower”! Hugs, D
How adorable. I love it!
I love it! Very unique and I like Indian things.
It is a pretty cool one, I have to agree!
I love tea, and teepees! Thanks for the pic!
Absolutely!!! Teapot Tuesday has been going on for almost 2 years—take a look!!!! Thanks for stopping by!