Teapot Tuesday!

How about a Native American themed teapot for today??? Β One of my favorite ones is this replica of a teepee –not sure how accurate the rendition is but it always makes me smile when I see this one. Β Enjoy some Tea from the Teepee!



  1. I like this one! Do you have special cups you use?

  2. Definitely unique. Where did you find this one?

  3. Cute. I saw a teepee like contraption–just the sticks, no hide, in Holland Park the other day and I was scratching my head. It was gone a week later. Maybe some kids made it.

  4. I don’t know Beth Ann “tea pee” doesn’t sound so inviting to me..

  5. This one is certainly different and enteresting. I think this is one that we would need to see in person to be able to see how lovely and creative it isl.

  6. Very unique!

  7. What a collection, Beth Ann. This particular one is certainly unique.

  8. very cool!
    I was a bit confused when I first saw the title in my mailbox of “tee pee” —- because it made me think of these little cloth pee-pee-tee-pees that someone gave me when I had my son. To put on his…..you know…when you change the diaper. LOL
    call me pleasantly surprised to find out it is Teapot Tuesday πŸ™‚

  9. Did I tell you about the tea pot my mother gave me for Christmas? It’s a tea pot in the shape of a sewing machine on a desk…and I can’t sew, though my sister can and beautifully. Mom knows I like tea…but honestly!!! I have no idea what to do with it. 😦 Signed, ungrateful child.

    • I might know someone to share it with if you ever get tired of it….hehhee! I do have a sewing machine one in my collection already. Did your mom mistake you for your sister??? πŸ™‚

      • I don’t know, it’s possible! (She had a stroke almost 6 years ago!) But I think she did it becuase she knows I like tea…and my sewing sister doesn’t drink it much. But, of course…it’s for decoration and not using!!! It was one Mom was given once – she’s trying to get rid of a few things…so that’s good…but…well…yeah…

  10. Nice teapot. I like the pretty stones you’ve arranged around it.

  11. That’s definitely one of your more interesting tea pots. Love the riders on there. πŸ™‚

  12. That is so cool! I/we go to quite a few swap/antique meets and will keep our eyes open for cups!!! Always need something to look for!! Hugs, Doreen

  13. How adorable. I love it!

  14. I love it! Very unique and I like Indian things.

  15. I love tea, and teepees! Thanks for the pic!

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