During the last couple of weeks, I've been hitting the November markets and bazaars. Last weekend, I dropped by the Hamilton Potters Guild's Fall Sale which featured pottery galore, including Christmas items.
Angels we have heard on high
Unique teapots that caught my eye (I totally want the white one with the butterfly!).
I hemmed and hawed over these adorable teapot necklaces. But I found them too heavy and pricey (they cost more than my functional teapots!) so I left them behind.
I did bring home these teapot ornaments. My tea-themed Christmas tree will be going up soon!
Yesterday, I went to the Afri-Can-Market, which supports the Stephen Lewis' Grandmothers to Grandmothers Campaign, where I purchased these cute "mug bags". Of course, mine will be utilized as "teacup bags"!
I also went to a church bazaar where I picked up these purple broaches.
The one on the left is black and lavender while the one on the right is dark purple (it looks black in the poor lighting). Both will match my purple wool coats perfect (yes, I have multiple purple coats!).
The same vendor was also selling this cute, crochet, purple teapot cozy.
Even though I knew it would be too big for my teapots, I just couldn't leave it behind!
I've already started sipping my holiday teas.
This week's holiday tea: Mistletoe Chai Rooibos by Monarch Tea Co.
I had tried out this tasty tea at the RBG Tea Festival. What makes this chai tea unique is that it contains coconut pieces and rose petals.
Have you been attending bazaars this month?
I'm joining the following parties this week: