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How cute! I love that kind of teacups, they’re so pretty ๐Ÿ™‚

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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!)

Julie

Great ideas! Might use the teacup candles in my wedding. ๐Ÿ™‚

Lindsay Jewell

Brittni,
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

Sondra

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!

liz

i mean teacups! man! i only seem to think of food! ๐Ÿ™‚

liz

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.

Annie

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

Victoria

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

Some more teacup happiness over here:
http://blog.vierenveertig.be/2011/02/10/daar-is-de-lente/

ilse

so cute. great ideas.

becky

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

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