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Monday, December 29, 2014

Tea Cup Tuesday-Happy New Year!

Hello All!
Welcome to the last Tea Cup Tuesday 
of 2014
with Martha and me!

It is almost time to say "good-bye" to 2014 and 
"hello" to 2015. 

I am thankful for each and every day I experienced this year, 
and I look forward to all the possibilities of this coming year. 

Thank you all for your loving thoughts and prayers for my family and
myself  this past year.
I really truly appreciate it!

I wish for each of you, daily presence, moments of clarity and
heaps of opportunities for JOY!

I am sharing here a little tea joy from the holidays...

I brought out this sweet little winter berry-ish
set for Christmas eve...

These cookies, and the cookies above, are  traditional
treats for our family during Christmas.

This very simple set is lovely in candlelight. 
The silver trim takes on a warm glow.

It is by Syracuse China, made right here in America.
Harmony, is a sweet name for this pattern,

My Jane Austen tree rests in my art room window.
It is a lovely spot to see in the morning sun.
Since I took this image, 
the tree has been filled with ornaments from 
friends here in blogland. 
I am amazed at all the gorgeous and loving
art you all have shared with me!
Thank you again!

I cherish each one and will take pictures!

This is my latest little creation,
the Pink house. 
It is hard to see...

...but there is a snowman and a bird bath in the front garden.
I used the Picture Window pattern for this one. 
I have been enjoying this simple creative craft of mini houses,
and have just about finished a Christmas tree lot! lol!
Pure fun : )
How are you exploring your creativity? 
Are you having fun?

Even though we go through some tough things here at home,
I make it a priority to have some true fun as often as possible.
I think it is the elixir of life!


Thank you Martha,
for keeping Tea Cup Tuesday
week to week all year long!

Thank you for stopping by to visit!

Happy New Year!

If you would like to join in just link up your tea cup post below.
Martha and I would love to visit you too : )




Beautiful Harmony dishes, I love the gray.
Thank you for hosting all of 2014 and looking forward to the new year of fun.
Happy and blessed New Year to you and yours.

Marjanne said...

hi Terri, thank you for this beautiful post on a winterday. I hope the newyear will bring you joy, happiness and health. lots of love!

Maria Andrade said...

Dear Terri
I'm so glad you're back to Tea Cup Tuesday! And hosting a delightful New Year's tea!
I loved Jane Austen's Christmas tree!
All the best to you and your family for 2015!

Micupoftea said...

Hello! Your Harmony cup is so elegant and festive! Love the feather tree and the cookies are deliciously tempting. JOY in 2015- thank you for hosting this wonderful party>)

Johanna Gehrlein said...

Dear Terri,
its so nice to see how you sweetly decorated your home. And you are sooo right: We need a part of real fun in our life to stand all the taff moments. I wish you lots of fun for the upcoming year, less sorrows and luck, health and happiness.
Hugs and greetings, Johanna

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Such beautiful photos!! Happy New Year!!!!

MomWaldsPlace said...

A Very Happy New Year to You and Yours! May 2015 have more sweet than bitter for your family.

MomWaldsPlace said...

Oh, I forgot to mention that your tea set is DIVINE! It is so elegant for the holidays. Love, love, love it!

Elaine said...

It is so good to see you back blogging Terri. I really missed you. Hope things are more settled with you and yours and you can look forward to a more peaceful New Year. This is such a pretty design, love that bright silver! Elaine x

Tea in the Library said...

Good Morning! Love your tree and the darling pink Putz style house. As I am typing this a murder of crows has taken up position on the wires outside my window. They are very noisy and I'm wondering if they are a threat to the song birds. Off to google it!Thank you for hosting. Happy New Year!

Beth in NEPA said...

What a lovely set of china. My daughter lives in Syracuse and they USED to have a wonderful outlet where we could buy special things. Unfortunately that is all gone now. My first china was a Syracuse set... Wedding Ring.... I have since given it to my daughter once I decided on the Old Country Roses.
Happy New Year to you.... may it be a MUCH better year!

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hi Terri,
I love your Jane Austen tree! Hubby gifted me with a powder pink one for Christmas and I'm looking forward to decorating it next year. I haven't decided yet with what, we'll see. The wee pink house is adorable! Your teacup is lovely and your Christmas goodies look scrumptious. Wishing you and your loved ones a Happy and Healthy New Year. Take care, my friend.


Linda Kunsman said...

I do love that winterberry pattern! Your trays of cookies look so good-I didn't make all I wanted to this year but enough that hubby still has a small tin to munch on:) Your Jane tree is gorgeous!! I too decorate a tree solely with ornaments from swaps and gifts from artists in blogland. It makes me so very happy to remember everyone and think of their kindnesses. Your little cottages are magical. Wishing you and yours a very Happy New year my friend!

Karen said...

Hi Terri,
Your china is lovely today! I am so pleased that you are able to share your pretties again. Such a treat to visit you! Your wee pink house is gorgeous! Oh my! You are creative! I hope you decide to sell them because I would definitely buy one! Happy New Year Dear Friend! Karen

sophie said...

Très belle année 2015 à vous !

Martha's Favorites said...

Good Morning my amazing friend! Those houses are so cute. I want to learn to make them this year. Your tree is so cute. Have a wonderful day. Remember how special you are. Hugs, Martha

Dorthe said...

My dear Terri,
I know no other than you, having such beautiful dinnerware of all kinds, and tea cups, too. This set is so beautiful, in its simplicity, and your cookies ,surely looks wonderfully good !!
I love your pink house, with all the sweetest tiny pieces you created and added, so cute it is .
Dear friend, thank you for this year of finding a closer friendship with you, it means a lot to me.
I wish you all the very best for 2015, and sends you lots of smiles and a kiss.

Jackie PN said...

So glad to see you here again Terry and ready to begin a new year with us!
I loved seeing the teacup from Syracuse China- as I grew up in Syracuse and still go to visit as often as possible- yes, they once had a wonderful store where you could buy, "seconds" but it has been closed for years- you still can find beautiful sets of Syracuse china at thrift stores though!

What ever are those cookies with the print? They look absolutely buttery yummy!!
And I adore your lil pink house as well as your delightful Jane Austen tree!!
welcome home Terry! xoxo


Antiques And Teacups said...

Love the berry pattern on the dishes! And I LOVE your Jane Austen tree! It's so nice to have you stopping by...and hope this is a better year for you. Happy New Year!

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

I love your sweet berry patterned teacup, Terri. Your tree in your art room is just darling. I'm so glad that you're feeling better, but you're still in my prayers. Happy New Year blessings to you and your family.
p.s. Your little houses are just enchanting!!!

Magali@TheLittleWhiteHouse said...

Happy New Year! Here's to an other year filled with beautiful teacups!

The Junque Seeker said...

What a pretty china pattern, and I so love the little house you created. Wishing you a blessed 2015!

Magpie's Mumblings said...

Thank you for your Tuesday Tea posts throughout the year - it's a joy to see all the different cups in your collection. A very happy and blessed 2015 to you and yours.

Princesa Nadie said...

Happy New year

tattrldy said...

That is a lovely set and your cookies look yummy! The house is very sweet, too.
May you have a wonderful New Year, full of many sweet moments.

Michele M./ Finch Rest said...

Terri, I love your tree and your sweet little paper glitter houses - you are so danged clever.

The only "creating" I have done is candle making with my little niece (for gifts her Momma and cousins and aunts) and lots of baking and cooking - which to me is just that and not really "creating." I am not a foodie blogger!

I am glad you are feeling better, all those prayers must be helping!

HAPPY NEW YEAR! Thanks for co-hosting. I am so happy you are back. Hugs. Michele

Maminka Girl - Loribeth Robare said...

What a lovely spot to sit and enjoy a cup of tea and your beautiful creations. Happy New Year Terri! xxoo

Edith DUTERTRE said...

pour l'année 2015 :
Des sourires, pour chasser la tristesse,
De l’audace, pour que les choses ne restent jamais en place,
De la confiance, pour faire disparaître les doutes,
Des gourmandises, pour croquer et déguster la vie,
Du réconfort, pour adoucir les jours difficiles,
De la générosité, pour se nourrir du plaisir de partager,
Des arcs en ciel, pour colorer les idées noires,
Du courage, pour continuer à avancer
edith (iris)

The Charm of Home said...

I love your feather tree! Have a great 2015! Happy New Year!

Rosemary and Thyme said...

Hello Terri,

Thank you for all the inspiration and for hosting such a beautiful party.

Wishing you a blessed and happy 2015.


K J D said...

Lovely post Terri.... your Jane tree looks so beautiful in your window.

Wishing you and yours a healthy and happy 2015

Karen x

suziqu's thread works said...

My dear friend, Terri
I just wanted to come and see some of the Christmas cheer you are sharing with your beautiful china, your beautiful home made biscuits,your little snow houses and what I'm really enjoying is that beautiful Jane Austin Christmas tree.
What a beautiful way to honor your dear friends in hanging the beautiful gifts you have received.

Your friendship is so special and I'm wishing for you and your lovely family a year of continuing health improvements as well as many small blessings filled with inner joy and peace.

Sending love and hugs,

Sugar Lump Studios said...

Happy New Year Sweet Terri!
I am glad you are blogging again, and I hope to start catching up on so many things myself! ;-) I Hope you had a Happy New Year and look forward to our continued friendship in 2015. Thank you for being there for me during my recovery, I owe you an email!
xoxoxo Nancy

Aida said...

Hi Terri, happy new year. Good to see you back. How cute is that little house you made, so sweet and so festive. The biscuits look yummy too. Looking forward to a more exciting new year and fabulous parties.

Delicious Chocolate Recipes said...

Love the berry pattern on the dishes! And I LOVE your Jane Austen tree! It's so nice to have you stopping by...and hope this is a better year for you. Happy New Year!

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