Monday, March 6, 2017

Tea Temptations

During a recent visit to Michaels, I spotted a new  line of products called "Primrose Hill" which featured blue and white tea-themed items.

Left: A charming teapot garland.
Right: A tea for one set.

I came thisclose to bringing this tea towel home with me.
Fortunately, my willpower prevailed!

But I did purchase a couple of the aqua teacup cookier cutters for my Christmas tea tree...

Another temptation that I resisted: This $3 mint green tin mug from Dollarama (aka $1 Plus).

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22 comments:

  1. Everything about tea is such a temptation to me ... maybe this year I also manage and participate to the lovely Stephanie's exchange !

    Wishing you lovely days to come,
    with utmost gratitude

    XOXO Daniela at - My little old world - (Dany)

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  2. Oh look at those! How exciting that they have tea related fun things. The only time I make it to Michael's is when I'm worth Stephanie. Just being in her presence and watching her gather things to create with gives me inspiration, but when I get home it stops there. Ha!

    Enjoy your day in all its glory~~

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  3. Oh look at those! How exciting that they have tea related fun things. The only time I make it to Michael's is when I'm worth Stephanie. Just being in her presence and watching her gather things to create with gives me inspiration, but when I get home it stops there. Ha!

    Enjoy your day in all its glory~~

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  4. Margie, I hope those arrive soon in the West! Love the cookie cutters. I have some Steeped Tea tea pot cutters but a tea cup would be nice. Thanks for sharing. Sylvia D.

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  5. Love that charming teapot garland. Have a great week :)

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  6. Hi Margie, I didn't know that Michael's carried tea items. They're very cute! The cutters will be a perfect addition to your tree. Enjoy your week!

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  7. I haven't been into Michael's since Christmas. What fun to find tea themed items. I love the cookie cutters {and the colour} and they will look cute on your tree. Have a wonderful week, Margie.

    Blessings from PEI,
    Sandi

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  8. I was in Michael's recently, Margie, and I missed those tea related items. I'm happy to see that you couldn't resist some of them! The cookie cutters will be cute on your Christmas tree, and of course, you could use them for some sugar cookies, too. Hope you have a great week, Margie.

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  9. My, what lovely delights! I, too, saw the tea towels at Michaels and had to hold myself back from purchasing them {{smiles}}

    Have a wonderful day, my friend. Hugs!

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  10. I haven't been in Michael's for some time and am trying to resist the temptation to buy more stuff. Thought for sure hubby would say something about the heart teapot but I guess he knows better. lol
    I like the teapot banner, would look good on my tea cabinet - wonder if I could make one with my craft dies?

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  11. I have seen (and also resisted) those beautiful tea towels at Michael's as well. I'll probably regret that some day soon! Be careful of the green mug from Dollarama ... they call those "lip burners" in Australia for a reason!!!
    Cheers Margie!

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  12. I haven't seen those lovely tea-themed items at Michael's and I was just there! It would be hard to resist them.
    Happy Tuesday, Margie!

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  13. This is such a pretty line. I love the name, Primrose Hill, and blue-and-white is such a classy combination.
    Amalia
    xo

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  14. Thanks fir letting me know about these things at Michaels. I went today and got the cookie cutters, and best of all they were half price.

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  15. Well, I just couldn't resist!!! Just had to have the teapot garland and tea towel.

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  16. I am sure I couldn't resist that blue tea towel. Everything tea things is hard to resist. Cute tea cutters you've got.

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  17. Margie, congratulations on resisting so many temptations! There are so many cute/pretty/charming items out there that there's literally no end to them. I find myself picking up something, saying "This is sooo cute." Then I say, "You have enough cute stuff" and put it down!

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  18. Ok now you did it I just have to go to Michael's and fine those items. I lol can't resists blue tea towels omg... and the cookie cutter did the job thats it.. hope they have them here in San Francisco.. Have a wonderful weekend Margie with love Janice

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  19. Hi Margie: So very good to hear from you. I am looking forward to catching up. Have a wonderful week. Blessings, Martha

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  20. Hi Margie, I love blue and white together so the little tea pot garland, the one person tea set and the tea towel are right up my alley! But what really intrigued me is the little blue tea pot cookie cutter. That one would have come home with me :-)!
    Hope your tea cup cookie cutter are not just for the Christmas tree, but that you are cutting many cookies with them to go with your tea!
    Warm regards,
    Christina

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  21. Dear Margie:
    I was in Michael's recently too - such fun items and always great bargains! Thanks for sharing.

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