A Handmade Victorian Tea Cup Wreath

I created this Victorian Tea Cup Wreath out of vintage china and other goodies and I absolutley love it. This grapevine wreath is embelished with silk flowers, lace, vintage baby teacups and saucers, butterfly, pink maribou, an old vintage hankie and brooch.

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4 Responses

  1. Connie

    How beautiful! What a clever idea – I can see the cups and saucers, photo and hankie – the colors are so pretty as well. I have never heard of making one of these – I love teas and will be having one soon.

  2. SoCal Helene

    The Tea Cup Wreath is adorable! Are you keeping or selling? Hope you have busy day at the store.
    ;0)Helene
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