Hi there…today I am sharing a cute creative window decor idea.
I could seriously host a tea party for the Queen with all my vintage tea cups!~ Really for that matter all the fine china I have as well. All of which has been given to us by family. I treasure them all, and love to pull it out on occasion and use them.
Does my title confuse you? read on, you will get it….
I got use to having something in the windows. STUFF hanging and not curtains…you know what I mean? I know the neighbors must think I am the Sanford and Son type, but who cares…I LIKE it!
You may recall in the Spring I made this garden seed packet garland just for a splash of color until the trees started to bloom again.
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Now onto today’s current Sanford and Son look! Ok, I admit, I am little more classier than they….
but I do like my junk, and not so junk too!
These are all very pretty tea cups with gold trim.
All different colors, and patterns, even a little texture to the flowers.
Mr. Vintage Roo had to squeeze himself in the mix…only seemed fair.
I even get to see my vintage Shabby chic birdcage from the same window.
My dear friend Laurian just came back from Italy and she brought me this pretty serving set.
See how nice and green we are now….and see how cute these tea cups look!~
I would say I have another Happy corner! Even if it does look odd from the window for passer by’s.
Since this post back in 2012, a lot has changed. We added kitchen window shelving now. I love it.
This is what today’s kitchen looks like.
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