Sunday, February 22, 2009

Things are changing everywhere.
Take flight over to Susan's and see!

Tried my hand at tea staining.

I was looking through my
Magnolia Pearl book~
A Bit of Velvet & a Dash of Lace
That's where I got the idea
to tea stain and also her quote
I put with the pretty girl
with the blue ribbon.

Happy Monday and please scroll down
to see my Blue Monday girl.


P.S. How To Do? Robin a.k.a. Magnolia
was in Country Living and tea-staining
was one of the topics.


Gayle (The Shabby Crafter) said...

I have been wanting to try this myself. Did you just soak it in tea? nd for how long?

janet said...

you did very good with your tea staining, i use to do this alot when i was crafting.

Dixie said...

doesn't it look great! I had a beautiful vintage looking tea-length dress that I got a red wine stain on that wouldn't come out... I love the dress... so I tea stained it... magic!

now... what are you gonna do with that lace?!

hugs. Dixie

Shelia said...

Very pretty! I've never done this before - you've given me inspiration!
Be a sweetie,
Shelia :)

Chandy said...

That stained nicely, Candy! Great job!

Carolyn of WNT (What Now? Tablescapes

mbkatc230 said...

Very nice job. I love the look of tea stained fabrics. Was it difficult to do? Kathy

Deborah@ The Painted Nest said...

Hi Candy,I love the lace, you know you can never have enough of it!!!! I love the tea staining, it gives everything that vintage look and feel! Great Job Girl!!!Have a wonderful Monday Sweet Friend!!!!Blessings Always, Deborah

Smilingsal said...

I've never tried this. You did a good job. Thanks for sharing. Happy Blue Monday.

LaurenFaythe said...

I love how aged it is with the stain. I'm going to have to try this!

Linda said...

That looks pretty! Linda

Momovthree said...

Great job! I've always wanted to try tea staining but I haven't done it as of yet.

Anonymous said...

Candy, you've been so busy! I love all the quotes, the pretty pictures, the tea-dying and your trip. "All those plates are $1, lady!" Gotta love it!! Little did he know about the appeal of chipped plates! ;-)


Happy To Be said...

great job girl..I did this with coffee when I use to make rags dolls to age them up some...hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

Rebecca said...

Oh my goodness...LOVE your Blog! How did I not find you before? Simply charming! The entire thing! Would Love to add you to my favs! LMK!

Hugs, Rebecca

Diane@A Picture is Worth.... said...

Hi Candy,
Your project looks great!

Thanks for including a button to 2nd Time Around on Tuesday!

Tracy said...

Love the tea-staining, and all the pretty things you got on your shopping excursion last week. You have a great eye for beautiful things!

~CC Catherine said...

Candy...I'd love to try my hand at teastaining too...this lacey piece you used is gorgeous! ~CC Catherine from "Catherine de th`e Cups"

loong said...

Too often we try to choose and control things we cannot.

Too seldom we choose to control what we can ...our attitude

xinex said...

Very pretty! Love the fabric too....Christine

Charlene said...

Do you happen to know which month of Country Living this article was in? I am going to look at the book. She looks like someone I would love! And she lives close to us (closer to you!)