Texture Tuesday...with Tea.


A tea sample from a little shop we saw on our vacation this summer.  The tea was very good and beautiful! 

For other tea posts, visit Kimmy!


We celebrated my son's 17th birthday a couple of weeks ago and my sister in law showed up with flowers for me from her garden!  I felt like the birthday girl!  (No, my son was not jealous, LOL)

The challenge this week for Texture Tuesday with Kim at the Cafe was to use either her scripted autumn texture or be inspired by the word "do".

The tea mosaic above is textured with scripted autumn and well, my sister in law "did" and it inspired the second photo! It is textured with Kim's simplistic texture.

Thanks for stopping by....may you have a blessed day!

15 comments

  1. Love the flower photo. Happy tea day.

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  2. The flower photo is gorgeous, but I really like the tea sample. That teabag is so unique, I would have had to use it in my art. Have a super tea day (even though you are probably drinking coffee about now).

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  3. oh how very lovely dear Jill
    your photos could be in a magazine!

    I had a little rose in my herb tea today too...
    rose opens the heart...

    Happy Birth Day to you...your sil had it just right presenting you with that gorgeous bouquet!

    Brightest of Blessings to your seventeen year old son too!
    oxo

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  4. First of all, I love your blog banner!!! What a great collection of coffee pots! ( "

    Your Texture Tuesday contributions are fabuous...I especially love the flowers your sis brought you...You did them proud with this processing. The Tea medley is delightful...so full of light!

    Nice work!

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  5. Both of these are just gorgeous. I am with Sherrie, love the banner. Have a great rest of the week.

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  6. This is a great pic! What a perfect 'DO'. :)

    Paula

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  7. Gorgeous photos. I'm really going to have to sit down one day and work with textures. I'm in love with the look but haven't played much with them in Photoshop.

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  8. Your tea mosaic and awesome and you tea looks as pretty as a picture! Happy T on T!
    ~Dawn

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  9. I have some rosebud tea also. It's delicious. It is supposed to make you beautiful too :)

    Beautiful bouquet ... And it seems fitting that mom should get a gift as well! Congratulations on a successful 17 years of son rearing :)

    Happy Tuesday!

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  10. Gorgeous photos, I particularly like the flowers, great grainy texture you've got going there!

    Happy belated birthday wishes to your son. Mx

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  11. love this and the words too!! I love the lines of the floral compostion, I love the soft color!!!

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  12. I love how you've arranged these beautiful flowers on the page, with the greenery trailing off. Unique and beautiful!

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  13. Lovely post, and lovely to meet you and your blog :) I'm just learning to do diptych's with Kim so am very impressed by your triptych at the top, it really works so well!

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  14. That is so lovely. Very lovely texture...

    deb
    relics
    peoria
    www.relics.typepad.com

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  15. oh my.... how lovely... truly!!

    xxo

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