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Teapot Planters Revisited

I’d like to welcome readers who are visiting from Emily Isaac’s fun article Top 10 tea inspired homeware on the website Brew Drinking Thinkings.

Back at the end of July, Emily contacted me to say that she was writing a Top Ten list of teapot-inspired interior ideas for the home and asked permission to link back to my blog as well as for permission to use one of my photographs from my post How to Make a Teapot Planter.

Teapot Planter Revisited

I was more than happy to grant her my permission to do both and have been excitedly waiting for the article to go live.  I received an e-mail from Emily just this morning letting me know that it had.

For my regular readers, I encourage you to click on the above link to Ms Isaac’s article to read her other great Top 10 tea inspired homeware ideas.

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  • corina
    September 8, 2011 5:14 pm

    It’s no wonder Emily wanted to use your photo and idea – so very pretty. I have an ivy, but no teapot, although I do have a smaller soup tureen with a broken lid! Or maybe I’ll be at Value Village this week too!

  • Sandra :)
    September 8, 2011 2:00 pm

    LOL I didn’t see her comment before I posted mine – she has ivy for me – score!!!!!!!!!!!! LOLOL!!!

  • Sandra :)
    September 8, 2011 1:59 pm

    Oh my! As soon as I saw that gorgeous photo I emailed Nancy and told her we need to get to the thrift store (to buy a teapot) – I LOVE THAT! Congratulations on being chosen for that adorable list!

  • Nancy D.
    September 8, 2011 1:36 pm

    Congrats super mom!
    Now Sandra and I have to get ourselves to Value Village…I have the ivy growing outside, one for her and one for me. It will soon be time to bring them in and they can live in teapot. And, what is the ivy called? That’s right: needlepoint ivy. Nice juxtaposition, right?

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