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Oh, awesome. Thanks for the link ilse. Such a cute idea.


so cute. great ideas.


Some more teacup happiness over here:


As someone who doesn’t drink tea but love pretty teacups, I think this is a really great idea! Very pretty and feminine.

Julia @ Boredom Abounds

What a sweet way to use an old teacup, it makes a lovely vase!


ahhhh, I love this idea. Thats what I am going to do over the weekend. I have lots and lots of teacups, mugs and etc.


i mean teacups! man! i only seem to think of food! 🙂


wow! neat idea! there are so many cupcakes lying around in the house that its nice to get ideas on how to use them creatively!


I love this idea. Even though “mid-century modern” is my main love, there is something so special about these Victorian, pretty, cottage-looking tea cups. This is a great display idea.
Thanks for sharing….Sondra


Great ideas! Might use the teacup candles in my wedding. 🙂

Lindsay Jewell

This project comes out a winner with me. I love cactuses (or cacti), and that teacup succulent garden is just the thing to liven up my work space. I love the teacup candle idea as well.

I’m thinking now if I get a set of teacups and fill some with candles and the rest with succulents, that would make a pretty good decor for our bathroom. (My husband likes to put a candle in there to help neutralize the, um, stinky stuff after *he* does his business, hahaha. The succulents — well, they just look good!)


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How cute! I love that kind of teacups, they’re so pretty 🙂

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