This morning we were greeted with some well needed rain.
Really, more of a drizzle; but we'll take what we can get!
Perfect day for updating my dotty rain boots.
Originally they looked like this. After having used them out on the porch for a couple of years they had become faded.
So I gave them a fun makeover! If you'd like to know how I did it, I've shared the instructions on Hometalk.
Now that I've got some fun new rain boots. Let's have a rainy day tea!
I've set the table with a layering of vintage dishes. All found at thrift shops.
I've used an assortment of doilies in place of chargers.
My neighbor gave me this herbal Passion tea by TAZO.
It's a blend of hibiscus, cinnamon, & tropical fruits.
Oh my, was it ever yummy!
And look at that gorgeous pink color.
Notice something different about the little glass ivy plate?
Three of them are green and one is pink.
That's all I have found so far. Certainly makes for a conversation piece!
I've had this dotty teapot for years. The soft yellow was perfect with the hexagon runner I made last year. I elevated it with a cute little bench.
This sweet sugar bowl is one of my recent thrift finds.
Spring is my favorite season. I love the renewal of everything!
We think of new life. That of the earth, our Savior, and the baby animals that soon fill the barnyard.
I filled the boots with flowers I found in my garden. Pussy Willows, Daffodils, and white blossoms cut from my Snow Fountain Weeping Cherry tree.
If you're stuck inside try having a rainy day tea.
This post was featured at The Dedicated House for Before and After Wednesday Thanks Kathryn!
I will be sharing with these lovely parties: