The first one was made by the hostess, Jonnie, and it just reminds me of everything sweet--candies, cookies, cupcakes--and I think that was her intent. Her teacup is whimsical and fun whereas Cynthia's (further down) is more elegant. She also sent me some Valentine candies, an altered glassine bag (that hid the candy), and an eye mask---all in pink. Psst.....I think that's why she goes by "Pinkalicious"!
|Look at these adorable stick pins! The teapot|
and cupcake are just too cute!
And the other teacup comes from Cynthia Soto. It is just stunning. It's the total opposite of Jonnie's. The cushion is black satiny material that looks embroidered. The cup itself came from her own collection of teacups. She trimmed it with pink flower bling and a gold type mesh edging. The handle has a big pink bow with a vintage looking brooch. I'm telling you, these pictures don't do the teacup justice at all. Both of these teacup pincushions will be treasured for many years. And, I suppose you want to see what I made. Well, scroll down and take a peek.
|This stickpin is fabulous! Wonder where she found|
the teapot charm?
Wishing all of you a wonderful day!