Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Radiant Rays of Hope. . .

Rays of sunshine 
are pouring through the patio doors On Crooked Creektt
filling me with radiant rays of hope for Springs arrival to the Prairie!






A simplistic vignette sets within the confines of the built~in China Cabinet.



I adore how the curly twig surrounding the grapes of the wallpaper backing
is also mimicked in the cauliflower tea pot.


Having removed the boxwood and snowball faux floral arrangement 
from the Dining Room table, I placed it on the built~in china cabinet.



Filling the corner with its vibrant green hues,
the creamy ivory urn inspired me to set a tea inspired vignette.


Perfect companions to the boxwood filled urn 
are my bird shaped saucers and creamy ivory tea cups.




Birds and bees are often seen amidst On Crooked Creektt's Gardens.


The vintage, made in Japan, creamer and lidded sugar set
were purchased last Spring 
during our weekend get~away to Weston, Missouri.





(The above photos were taken at 7:00 P. M.  
No editing has been done to allow you to see the radiant rays of sunlight.)




Afternoon tea is a daily must On Crooked Creektt!

Although not a matching set,
I am quite pleased with the harmonious blending 
of the tea pot and the cream and sugar.




Radiant rays of hope on the Prairie pour through the patio doors,
as I await Springs true arrival while enjoying rays of sunshine!




Until next time. . .


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4 comments:

Patti@OldThingsNew said...

Oh Pat, your Spring vignette is simply lovely. God's richest blessings to you dear lady,
Patti

FABBY'S LIVING said...

Hello dear Pat!
Your spring vignette is very pretty, I love it! I love your White dishes and the cute vintage beehive tea set too! Have a good night.
Hugs,
FABBY

At Rivercrest Cottage said...

ah, Spring. Good to see it on your blog since it has failed to appear even down here in Texas.

Linda @ Itsy Bits And Pieces said...

This is charming, Pat...I'm in love with your sugar and creamer! Thank you so much for stopping by my blog and for your kind comment!