18 February 2009

These were in the background of a photo shoot I did for the Girlhood Home Companion (a beautiful magazine for daughters, mothers, and grandmothers).

Momma made the made the little birdie pouch. It is themed off of a pouch my sister, Breezy, made several years back. The simple whimsy of it is darling.

The tea cups have been around for a long while. I don’t remember a time when we did not have them. We still use them as we always have – for muffins and milk. They are old, chipped, and cracked, but just as lovely as they ever were.

  1. 11 Responses to “Sing and have some tea.”

  2. Erica on Feb 18, 2009 said:

    How charming! Those teacups look so comfortable.

  3. Joy on Feb 18, 2009 said:

    Absolutely adorable! I love it!!

  4. Shutterbug on Feb 18, 2009 said:

    Em –
    I looked at your notes from the conference. Thanks for sharing those tid-bits of inspiration. :)
    This Chicken pouch is TOO cute! :) I miss you, and I hope to have the pleasure of your company again soon.
    Marie :)

  5. lilyhaven on Feb 19, 2009 said:

    The pouch, the teacups and the picture are all lovely.


  6. Miss Anna on Feb 19, 2009 said:

    How darling! :D

  7. Elizabeth on Feb 19, 2009 said:

    The photo looks great! It looks so lovely!

  8. Miss Eyebright on Feb 19, 2009 said:

    What a darling little bird! I love it! The teacup in the background makes for a perfect setting.

    Have a very bright, very cheerful day!
    Miss Eyebright

  9. Hannah on Feb 19, 2009 said:

    How adorable!!!
    I think my mom would like a pouch like that…maybe I’ll have to make one for her birthday ;).
    How were you able to do a photo shoot for a magazine? That sounds like something I would like to do!


  10. Molly on Feb 19, 2009 said:

    “Darling” is exactly how I would describe that!

    I’m bookmarking the GHC for my friend. Her daughter is still too young for it, but I think she would love something like that when she’s older.

    And a photo shoot? I’m impressed. Your photos are always lovely though, so I’m not surprised.

  11. Miss Hannah on Feb 19, 2009 said:

    Hey Emily Rose! That is soooooo…. cute. Oh, and I tagged you, come by my blog to see what it is!
    Miss Hannah ( Heart of Purity)

  12. Laurie on Apr 16, 2009 said:

    Just found your blog through “Aspiring Homemaker” and I have added it to my faves for my girls. The teacups are Homer Laughlin, I believe. I collect the Virginia Rose patterns of his work. Just beautiful!

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