Sunday, July 11, 2010

The teapot parade. . .

I'm a little teapot. . .
Short and stout.

Here is my handle.

Here is my spout.

When I get all steamed up,

Hear me shout,

"Tip me over and pour me out!"

Do you remember singing this song as a child and doing the motions with it? I do. Today, I am showing some of my favorite teapots around my cottage. Please visit our faithful hostesses for "Tea Things on Tuesday": Martha at Sandi at and Terri at
You will enjoy seeing all of the lovely tea things our participants have to share this week.
"A little cup of friendship
With a bag of tea.
When you drink this
Think of love from me."
Wishing you the best of weeks and much happiness, my sweet friends. Thank you so much for your kindness and the friendship you show!!


Julie Harward said...

Such pretty tea pots Vicki..very sweet! And I have sung that song, my grandma taught it to me I it! :D

Valerie@travelingthrough2 said...

Hi Vicki,
Love your teapot parade. Your teapots are lovely. We have been having some things taken care of before we really get settled in but I did have some delicious apple tea tonight. Have a wonderful week!

Tanza said...

Hi Vicki,
Ooohhh this was soo FuN !! All your tea pots are just beautiful !! Don't they make you soo happy, EvEn to look at !! Very Sweet !!

We both have that Christie Repasy painting, mine is sitting atop my mantel !! I LoVe the colors of the roses, and the sweet ribbons she has painted !! Thanks for sharing such sweetness, always so wonderful to visit with sweet you ~
BiG HuGs ~TeA~ xo

Pom Pom said...

Your tea pots are lovely! So rosy! Mine are sturdy and big. I only have one delicate looking one. Do you think our teapots say something about us? Thanks for the fun tea party!

fitty's pinky rose cottage said...

such lovely post and beautiful teapot collection you have! love them all and the teapot poem reminds me of the teaparty I had when I was a lil kid! teehee..

btw I really love your collection especially the yellow ones! super cute I guess

Carolyn said...

Love all your teapots!


Brenda-shabbycatsandroses said...

Hi Vicki :) My you have some beautiful teapots! My favorites are the ones with the gorgeous handpainted pink roses, of course, lol :) Thanks for sharing your wonderful collection with us.

Have a beautiful day!

Warmest hugs, Brenda

rosechicfriends said...

Oh Miss Vicki!
I see that we ARE kindred spirits indeed! Tea pots, ya gotta just love them and yours are truly beautiful!

And, I so remember singing that song in kindergarten, as well.

If you come by, I actually shared more tea pots that I have on display in a cabinet in my family room. But I do need to get with it, today, and do my Tea post for Tuesday!

Hope you have a fantastic week!

KarenHarveyCox said...

These tea pots are so lovely. Each vignette looks like a painting.


Debbie@Debbie-Dabble said...

OMG!! You took my breath away with these stunning tea pots!! I can't really say which one is my favorite because I LOVE, LOVE , LOVE all of them!!


Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Oh Vicki, they are all beautiful! I do remember the little song. But we never had tea pots that pretty :-)

Have a great week!


The Quintessential Magpie said...

I loved singing that, Vicki! And I love your pretty teapots!

That yellow one is swoonworthy. Oh, I love it so! And I do believe I spy some Lady Carlyle, too. Much prettiness in this post.

I hope you're doing well.


Sheila :-)

Ragamuffin Gal said...

How I love parades, and tea pots, and tea parties! And you have such a delightful presentation there ~ love them all! Yes! I did sing that song and still do with my first graders sometimes!

Atelier de Charo said...

Beautiful and so special tea pot collection!


Cottage Rose said...

Hi Vicki; You have the most gorgeous tea pots and cups,, ever..... I never ever tire of seeing them.... have a wonderful week.


Maria said...

OH MY YOU are sooooo CUTE ...
I love this song!
I love your teapots
... I just plain ol' love teapots in general!

I couldn't resist a $2 teapot is simple pale blue that was in the "bargain" bin of my lil' local antiquey consignment shop last week!
I came home with me Vicki... and I can tell it's smiling
{I'm so silly}
You make me smile :D
Bless your beautiful heart!

suzyq said...

Thanks for stopping by - I love your teapot with the pink roses on - is it hand painted?? It is just so precious.

A Write Life said...

Oh, such lovely teapots. I'm so jealous. Wonderful post.

Terri said...

Gorgeous tea pots and tea cups! Wow! I also love the tin tea tray on your bed, how gorgeous is that!!!
Thank you for joining in Tea Cup Tuesday, I have loved seeing your beautiful tea cups.

Heather's Blog-o-rama said...

Hi Vicki,
Thanks for paying me a visit today. I took a look at your blog and all the pretty tea things. Oh, it's a lot of eye candy...lovely things. It's just my style!!!!! So I joined your blog :) :) :) I think I love things like this because it reminds me of a gentler age in the everyday things. I love that!!! You sure have a lot of teapots etc. Emilie Barnes has a couple of decorating books and you can see her huge collection of teapots, teacups, saucers. It's beautiful just like the photos you shared with us.
Oh, where do you find all those lovely vintage images that you post on your blog? They're sweet!!! Love and hugs, Heather :) :) :)

paperbutterfly said...

Dear Vicki,
I just could not pick one favorite teapot over another. Each has its own charm. Beautiful.
Thank you for stopping by for tea and sharing these very special teapots. Do join us again!
I found your thoughts about God so encouraging the other day.
Have a blessed week my te friend. Pam

Martha's Favorites said...

Hi Vicki: You have such amazing Tea Pots. Each one is so beautiful. You really do amazing work. Thank you so much for sharing your treasures with us. Blessings, Martha

Julie Marie said...

Hello Vicki... I always am so happy when I look at your beautiful blog... your teapots are just gorgeous! I'm not sure which one is my favorite, it's too hard to choose... yes, I so remember that little song, and doing the motions to it as well... what fun we had as children! Love to you... xoxo Julie Marie

Pink Roses and Teacups said...

Hello sweet friend! I love this teapot collection! Especially the first one with the roses, and the pretty blue one! I love anything with pink roses! I do remember that song too. Thanks for all the pretty sweetness!

Bunny Hugs,

Snap said...

I do remember this song! What a fun post and I love your teapots on parade!!!

BECKY said...

Oh my goodness, Vicki! If you could only hear me gasping over your beeeee-u-ti-ful teapots!! A couple of them remind me of some of my grandma's china, too, which makes them even prettier! :)
AND, I not only sang that little tea pot song, but I tap-danced to it when I was about 5 or 6! I took lessons then, and we did a little performance on an excursion boat in St. Louis! I remembered the dance and the boat, but I had totally forgotten that song, until now! Thank you SO much for that memory!!

wingedbook said...

Vicki, with school just 3 weeks away I'm finding myself thinking of you, hoping I can do this "teaching thing" even half as well as you did it :)

I've been looking at your posts from NM, beautiful nature and beautiful pics of your grandkids. Glad to see you are thoroughly enjoying yourself,

Kathy said...

Not only do I remember singing it, I remember singing it with my children! Ohhh how time flies! They're all grown up now - I need grandbabies!
Your teapots and teacups are just lovely,
thank you for sending me down memory lane,

Jan said...

I want them ALL!!!! Especially the yellow set. But wait, I like the blue one, too! Oh, dear...maybe the rose one.
Great post and YES I remember that song...I'm of 'that age'!
Thanks for making me smile!

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hi Vicki,
I love your teapot parade! Oh, they're all so beautiful! I couldn't possibly choose a favourite although the aqua and pink are my favourite colour combinations! I do remember that song and I do believe we are Kindred Spirits! Love your post! Thank you for sharing your lovely teapots and for joining me for Tea Time. Wishing you a lovely day.


Appleshoe said...

Hello Vicki, that was so incredibly fun. I saw your elegant teapots and then started reading and your song just cracked me up. Wonderful post, Beautiful teapots. Take care.

parTea lady said...

Your teapots are all beautiful. I love the yellow set with the roses on the lids. What a cute tea party photo!

Lavender Cottage said...

What a cute way to show all your teapots. You have some really beautiful ones, thanks for sharing them.

Tina Eudora said...

Just beautiful Vicki and I love the little photo of the girl with her pets!
You have some amazing pieces of china, I love all the happy colors and delicate patterns!
have a super week...
Tina xo

Denise@alloverroses said...

OMG! I don't know where to begin cuz I loved it ALL! That is the prettiest blue tea for one I have ever seen! And OMG the tray is gorgeous with the yellow china! And of course I LOVE Lady Carlyle. It's all so amazing I ran out of words! LOL


Very sweet teapots. I so remember that song and dance.
I love your new header... darling!
Blessings and hugs~

Beth said...

What beautiful teapots, Vicki! My favorite is the blue floral one! Love the tea party pic at the end. Can't imagine how the photographer got all the animals to be still for this shot!
Blessings, Beth

Jill said...

Love your tea sets! I enjoy doing tea parties with my girls (4 and 9) We just did one the other day I posted on my blog. Glad I found your site from Heather's Blog O Rama! Have a great night!


Judi said...

Hi Vicky
Beautiful beautiful collection of teapots. I love them all. China is beautiful isn't it...treasure them..lovely pics.
it was nice to visit you today and I hope you'll come by and visit me too.
have a great day

Vintage Porcelain Art By Amy Enright said...

Maybe I'm crazy, but do I recognize some of my handiwork in one of those pictures? :D That was so neat to see one of my pieces in their new home! I had forgotten that it was that plate you bought from me, but I remember painting it now! Thanks for sharing! Hugs, Amy