Thursday, 15 March 2012

Tea and Victorian Filigree from Australia


I apologise for being so late to show this beautiful final card that I received from Liz Steel already at the beginning of February. The stylish building fits very well to the scent of the High Mountain Oolong tea from Taiwan, served in the most precious cup you can imagine, a real Shelley. It is worth while to check out the Victorian filigree in Sidney, which I never heard of before.

 Thank you Liz for this stylish card!

5 comments:

Nora MacPhail said...

What a fantastic idea... lovely blog!
Happy Sketching,
Nora

Cathy Gatland said...

A beautifully laid out card, with Liz's lovely loose style and beloved (by us all!) subjects!

Katherine Tyrrell said...

I love the fancy ironwork of the older buildings in Sydney - nice to see it being illustrated along with some fancy chinaware!

Robyn Sinclair said...

Beautifully put, Cathy. Liz has an enviable flair for laying out her postcards. This house is so authentically Sydney and the teacup is a treasure.

Africantapestry and Myfrenchkitchen said...

Lovely filigree house and of course...it wouldn't be perfect with you cup of tea.
Ronelle

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