Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Blue teacup prints from Ross

A new Ross store in Atlanta pointed out to me *by my husband* was the source of some new teacup treasures the other day!

Do you love these canvas prints as much as I do? Oh. My. Goodness. I'll tell you, I actually looked for a second set because I know some of you blue lovers are going to want some and I thought this would make a fine giveaway. I haven't found another set yet, but if I do I promise I will get them for gifting. (If you want to go ahead and look for some yourself, these 11 x 14 prints are just $8.99 each, which I thought was a deal!)

The DH and I both have so many projects whirling I probably don't need to get obsessed over the upcoming kitchen re-do just yet, but when I do, I have been thinking: blue. Maybe sky blue, maybe aqua blue, but whatever shade of blue we paint the kitchen, I want to be able to mix in some Blue Willow and blue toile type things.

With teacups, roses, old type, and even the crackle look of the background, I think these are going to be absolutely perfect!


  1. Angela , those teacup prints are gorgeous! I love Ross. You just never know what you are going to find there!

  2. Very nice! Won't it be fun redoing your kitchen and we all know it will have a tea theme. I went for blue too when we redid our countertops because there is a blue fleck in the black granite. I've been adding touches in cobalt blue.
    I've never of the Ross store - we have Green & Ross here but they sell tires. :-)

  3. Your blue canvas tea-themed prints are lovely. A great find! Alas, no Ross stores in my area.

  4. I like them because they aren't so cartoonish and look more "french". Very pretty and the blue and white lovers will be standing in line. You seem to be a terrific bargain hunter!

  5. Those are gorgeous! Wish we had a Ross's! I'll check TJ Maxx just in case.

  6. So pretty! Wish we had a Ross store nearby! I've gotten some real good buys on tea items in the past at Ross. When we travel I always look for the store!

  7. These will look great in your new kitchen. I hope you have lots of fun redoing your kitchen.

  8. Great find! I'll have to look for these the next time I'm in Huntsville. You know, you get me in more trouble... :-)

    My kitchen is yellow, kinda buttercream, and my blue and white china looks great on dislay there. Don't rule out yellow when you go paint shopping. It makes the kitchen cheery even on rainy days, and blue, especially cobalt, just loves yellow. They were made for each other.

  9. Angela, theses are darling. Do you have a spot?
    Happy they are in your hands!
    Ruthie from Lady B's.

  10. Angela, these are beautiful! I love blue and white -- true romantic! :)


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