I am so happy that my
partner in crime….er….co-host Linda is back from her amazing adventures in Paris! If you haven’t had a chance to check out all her Paris days, go over to her blog and scroll back through all her posts! She had a fantastic time!
Today I am sharing some older thrift finds with you.
We are having a special “navy” tea today. I am not referring to the color Navy but, our actual military Navy.
For Christmas a couple of years ago, Troy gave me this Navy teapot. He found it at an antique store. Since I like to join online tea parties, I for some reason, never featured this teapot. So, I am today!
It came from the U.S. Naval Hospital in Yokosuka Japan.
I can only assume it was a gift. But, the fun part is I was born in 1963! What a cool Christmas gift for Troy to find for me! It is so unique that I can’t ever see giving it away.
A pretty and dainty little teacup.
A set of vintage sugar and creamer from Portugal that I found several years ago at a flea market. I paid .15 cents for the two pieces!
I just wanted to share my fun U.S. Naval teapot with all of you. It isn’t the prettiest teapot but, it represents a lot to me.
And for those following along on my “Reverse-Thrifting” party on TTG FB page, I donated the following after this tea:
- Creamer and sugar
- Plaid napkin
- Spoon rest/ashtray
I will be joining:
Okay, now it’s your turn! Show us your thriftiness!
Linda and I have decided not to have the "I was featured" post each week. However, I will be posting different linkups on my TTG FB page! Stop by and check it out! https://www.facebook.com/thethriftygroove