Late winter has seen an abundance of strawberries, they are so yummy.
I think a strawberry tart may be on on the menu!
The “strawberry” lettering, calligraphy, is my work, painted freehand with a brush and water colours.
Two of the teacups were found at a local flea market and are French hand painted
vintage Haviland china, very delicate and precious.
but the beautiful building is in King Street, Newtown, in Sydney.
I love how the colours all work so beautifully.
A few of the photographs I took this week on Instagram
My morning juice, tea party inspiration and creating a peaceful place to sit in the winter sunshine
Much of my inspiration comes from the ephemera I have collected over the years.
I have a wonderful collection of French antique button cards and display
many of the prized ones in a vintage French lantern box and a set of old desk drawers
together with an assortment of vintage lace, wooden spools, vintage and antique sewing ephemera.
My latte break and a beautiful coffee, bookstore sign, photograph taken in Paddington, Sydney.
My day begins with a healthy freshly blended selection delicious fruit.
I love summer fruits best when mangoes are in season, yum:)
Having enjoyed reading some of the beautiful inspiring books by stylist Sibella Court
we decided to visit her wonderful terrace house shop in Paddington, Sydney, this weekend.
Set on the corner of a peaceful, leafy inner city street, with it’s double display windows
the shop instantly inspired the bower bird in me…
I found some lovely chalk for my blackboard, chalkboard art:)