Sunday, May 9, 2010

Everything's Coming Up Roses


'Everything’s Coming Up Roses' is a song from the 1959 Broadway musical Gypsy: A Musical Fable, with lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and music by Jule Styne. It was most famously sung by Ethel Merman.

Everything's Coming Up Roses for Mother's Day!


A beautiful pink rose teacup and saucer, a vintage baby's silver spoon (my hubby's) and a pretty little doily...everything is appropriate for all ladies who love PINK, roses and fine china!


Another close view...


Isn't the saucer lovely?


Settled on a dark green background of pink flowers...


How about this side of the teacup?


I'm so happy I can share on this Mother's Day this pretty little demitasse teacup and saucer I bought on a trip around the top of the state of Michigan many years ago.

Backstamp:

Fine Bone China
Royal Stuart
Made in England


And a pretty pink Happy Mother's Day rose mosaic...

I'm joining:
Victorian Tea Party Mother's Day hosted by Cielo at The House in Roses (here)
Mosaic Monday hosted by Mary at The Little Red House (here);
Tea Time Tuesday hosted by Sandi at Rose Chintz Cottage (here);
Tea Time Tuesday hosted by Lady Katherine's Tea Parlor (here);
Tea Cup Tuesday hosted by Terri at Artful Affirmations (here);
Tuesday Tea For Two & Wednesday Tea For Me And Thee hosted by Wanda Lee at The Plumed Pen (here)

Don't forget to drop over to these blogs to see other beautiful teacups and mosaics.

Hope you enjoyed seeing one of my favorite teacups and saucers. 


Won't you join me for a spot of tea on this Mother's Day?
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47 comments:

  1. Oooo pretty china!! I love your mosaic~

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  2. How can you not love a cup and saucer with roses on it?
    See you at the tea party.

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  3. The pretty pink roses on the teacup are lovely, tea would be special in that cup. Have a wonderful week.

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  4. We would love to join you, especially since you always have such beautiful china! This is a beautiful set.

    Best wishes,
    The 3 Sisters.

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  5. Hi: Your cups are amazing. I am so happy I found your blog. Thank you for sharing. Hope you are having a wonderful Mother's Day. Blessings, Martha

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  6. What a lovely teacup! The pattern is just gorgeous!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  7. Glorious cup and saucer. I collect teacups too.
    Such delicate flowers,wonderful.

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  8. I'll be right over, but I'm going to need more that just a spot of tea... Last stitch in the border is done....yipee...You are going to love it when your's is done. Can't wait to see if you lined up or went straight.

    Should have mine posted tomorrow, but after a trip to the Post Office. Have you found that new Macro lens getting heavy yet? Looks like you are having a great time with it.

    Happy Mother's Day,
    Kate

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  9. So beautiful cup!!!So pretty roses.

    Hugs
    Charo

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  10. Sandra you have some of the prettiest cups and saucers...
    I've said it before, these remind me of my Grandmother and visiting her as a child...today,Mother's Day...it is a sweet memory for me.
    thanks!

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  11. beautiful teacup and setting.. perfect for party! Happy Mother's day!
    xo
    fitty

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  12. Cute teacups! I am a huge pink fan.

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  13. That is a lovely mosaic and I love the way you present your china, it could go into a catalogue.;))
    I hope you had a lovely weekend; it is Monday and back to work for me here.;)
    xoxo

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  14. Beautiful teacups! Lovely!
    smiles,
    Erika

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  15. Just a lovely cup and saucer. The mosaic is beautiful.

    Carol

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  16. Your teacup is so pretty. I am going to have to find one like it. I love roses. Great blog you have here.

    Willow

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  17. what a lovely cup and saucer, I love pink roses
    Louise xx

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  18. Hi! what a nice tea cup! lovely party post!

    visit me anytime ...

    regards

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  19. Very pretty. So many teacups so little time. Thanks for sharing yours!

    ~ginger

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  20. Very beautiful vignette. Your china is so pretty!

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  21. Absolutely gorgeous!! Thank you for sharing this little glimpse of lovely serenity. :-)

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  22. A huge thank YOU for participating in our Victorian Tea Party....

    Cielo

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  23. Hi Sandy,

    How could I not visit a blog called Teacup Lane?
    Beautiful teacup, thanks so much for sharing it with us.

    Debbie

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  24. Absolutely gorgeous...just LOVE that pattern! I too LOVE Tea Cups and Roses...no better combination in the world!

    Lorena

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  25. How beautiful! I love pink roses they are my favorite.

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  26. A pretty cup and saucer makes a pretty mosiac. Valerie

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  27. I love your mosaic.Absolutely gorgeous.
    Beautiful teacup.

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  28. What a beautiful tea cup and saucer!! Such sweet precious roses on it!!
    Debbie

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  29. So beautiful, really nice.
    Hugs Suex

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  30. Very pretty mosaic! Love your teacup!

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  31. So beautiful and who doesn't love pink!!

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  32. I love your pretty teacup and saucer.I like to collect that kind too,anything with flowers on appeals to me!
    Doesn't tea taste so much nicer out of a pretty bone china cup?

    Bellaboo :0)

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  33. Wow. That's beautiful. My Mom collects them. She has a few that her Grandmom had.
    The roses on the teacup are lovely.

    Have an awesome day...:)

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  34. So, so gorgeous, and I love your vignette for us.

    Thanks for stopping by today and leaving a happy anniversary wish for the two of us. That melted my heart.

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  35. Hi Sandy! Love your beautiful cup and saucer today! The pink roses and little yellow flowers make for a lovely set!.. Very pretty! Hope you had a wonderful weekend, and that you're enjoying your week! ~tina

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  36. Hello! I love this sweet teacup; but then I love just about anything with sweet pink roses :)

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  37. Hi Sandy,
    What a sweet teacup you have here! Love the roses and the little spoon; very pretty! Thanks for sharing and for joining my tea party. Wishing you a beautiful day.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  38. so very pretty! love the delicate florals...i'm in tea cup paradise!

    glad I popped in...and i'm also joining in on the tea cup fun today...do come by and visit if you have the time!

    ciao bella

    I'm @ Creative Carmelina

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  39. Lovely! And so are your photos.
    Diane

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  40. Hi Sandy!
    I came over from Teacup Tuesday and have enjoyed my stroll down Teacup Lane!
    Such a super sweet teacup and your photos are fabulous!!
    Thank you for sharing this fun post!!
    Lynn

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  41. So pretty, and I love the way you photographed them. I love close ups like that. It gives a real feel for the subject.
    Thank you so much for sharing your lovely china with us today. All those beautiful roses on your cups and plates are gorgeous!
    Hugs,
    Terri

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  42. Such beauty! Thank you for sharing your lovely cups and images. Drop by if you wish for a tea visit. All my best, Theresa
    MsartistSewCrafty~

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  43. Hi there, I just love pink roses on teacups!!

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  44. Roses are so appropriate for Mother's Day and your pretty tea cup is divine.

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  45. My I have enjoyed theses exquisite tea vignettes and pictures!.., So very pretty and lovely to behold!..,

    You are also most warmly invited to partake of not only my 30th,'Tuesday Tea For Two' yet also you are most welcome to join me for tomorrow's,'21st,'Wednesday Tea For Me And Thee' as well!..,There is even a little contest with some prizes to be won..,

    Cheers and hugs from Wanda Lee

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  46. What a beautiful tea cup and sacucer. Just lovely.

    - The Tablescaper

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