Tuesday, April 13, 2010

White Wednesday

Since I haven't had a whole lot of time to create lately,
I don't really have a whole lot to post.
So I will share more pics of my favorite tea set that I received from my husband for our anniversary many years ago.  It's stamped "Mud Pie" on the bottom of all the pieces so I tried to do a little research on the internet to find out what or who this was.  About all I came up with is that it's a type of pottery that you finish yourself.  So I'm assuming that someone bought this set, painted it and fired it, perhaps in a classroom or shop type setting.

If anyone out there has any information on Mud Pie, I'd sure be interested!



You can just barely make out the Mud Pie stamp on the bottom.
Here it is displayed on my bookcase.

I also have a picture of this beautifully soft pillow my daughter made to post on our Esty shop:
She just started knitting this year and is already knitting circles around me!
She is doing a fantastic job!  And I'm not so sure I want to give this one up!

I look forward to every Wednesday to see all the beautiful posts from all the creatively inspiring ladies that participate in White Wednesday!  
So grab a cup of your favorite coffee or tea, get nice and comfy, and enjoy the journey at Faded Charm!

Thanks for stopping by today!
I hope you have a Wonderfully White Wednesday!

Warmly,
     Lori

7 comments:

Vintage Remixed said...

Hi Lori. Happy WW. Hope you are having a great week. Love your white teapot.

Sherry said...

That tea set is terribly romantic! Very pretty. Your daughter is doing fabulous at knitting!

Jan LaFollette said...

Very sweet tea set, no matter who made it, they did a wonderful job.

Amy said...

That pillow is simply amazing,
I have been knitting for years and couldn't do that.
Amy

Jeannie B. said...

I love your white teapot. I think I need a white teapot too.

Faded Charm said...

What a sweet tea set and your daughter did a wonderful job on the pillow. So glad you could join in today.

~Happy WW~

Kathleen

Mary Beth @ Live. Laugh. Make Something said...

As I started to scroll down your post, I let let out a little gasp when I saw your teaset. It's beautiful! sooo charming! Thanks so very much for sharing it!