Today I wanted to share pictures of the gifts I received from bloggers Stephanie of The Enchanting Rose and Roxy from Living from Glory to Glory. I wrote about my trip to Colorado in my last post, and shared how I was able to visit Stephanie and her mom Debbie (from She Graces Her Home in God's Beauty) and Roxy and her daughter-in-law Amy. I've already shared the beautiful teapot and teacup Debbie gifted me.
Look at the rest of the lovelies I brought home with me . . .
The little bird was nestled inside this box from Stephanie, which was filled with all kinds of other goodies . . .
. . . including this darling little fabric basket that she made, filled with tea . . .
. . . and a beautifully framed print that she embellished with fabric and lace. It sits on my dressing table, reminding me of the sweetness of friendship.
This little be-jeweled cup, looking very much like a crown, was perfect for a serving of chocolate-covered raisins recently. Here, I have it filled with tea from Bernideen's tea shop, which I visited last year.
Some pretty magnets were included. Here they are displaying a card from Stephanie, with her signature fabric rose.
Another handmade card and a tag . . . Stephanie, as you can see, is very talented, and makes beautiful fabric and paper crafts. You can see more of her art on her website, where she shares easy-to-follow tutorials, or at her etsy shop here.
In case you missed the picture of us all together . . .
Thank you so much Stephanie!
A few days after I met with Stephanie and her mom for tea, I met up with Roxy and her daughter-in-law Amy, who blogs at God's Grace Overflows.
Roxy was delightful. Much more talkative and funny than I would have gathered from her blog. She uses her blog to encourage and exhort Christian women in their calling, and I guess I expected her to be a little more serious. Of course, she's serious about what she believes in and blogs about, but that doesn't preclude having some good ol' fun, does it?!
She made me this lovely tea cozy. And told me I had to put a pretty button on top!
So off I went to Home Goods, and found one that I think will be perfect.
She also made this darling little tea holder for carrying in my purse.
And put in a couple hand sanitizing wipes as well.
Thank you Roxy! And Amy for joining us for lunch! It was a delight to meet you both.
Wow. Such a lot of goodies; wasn't I spoiled? But the best part was meeting all these dear ladies in person.