Thursday

Tiny Tea

Time for Kelli's Show and Tell, go here for lots more fun!

Today I'm sharing two tiny angel tea figurines. The one above is only 1 inch tall and 1 3/4 inches wide. Can you see the tiny tea cups and tea pot, and every tinier cookies. They even have little napkins under their chins!

The little pink roses are just so teensie!! I couldn't seem to get a good close-up since they are so small. I also took the pictures after it was dark, so that didn't help either.

Another tiny angel taking tea is a Dreamsicle angel that is not quite 1 inch tall. The name on the bottom is "High Tea" (Get it? "High" in Heaven!! Smile!)

Isn't that little face just adorable!


This one isn't very clear, but it shows the size on the ruler.
I hope you enjoyed seeing my Tiny Tea Time figurines!

Katherine

29 comments:

Dianne said...

Tiny and sweet! I love miniatures too!

~Becca~Bluebird Rose said...

I love how the little napkins are tucked under their chins! Also, thank you for showing them with the ruler; I would not have realized how tiny they really are without it!
:)

Wanita said...

What sweet little angels, especialy those two having tea!

Have a wonderful weekend.

ceekay said...

Wow, now that is tiny. I have seen Dreamsicles before but never so small. Very precious!

Kathi said...

Katherine, They are just as cute as can be. I love their sweet face and pretty eyes. The flowers are very delicate. Thank you for sharing them. Kathi

Anne Fannie said...

Hello Katherine, I just love little minature figurines and yours are just adorable! So tiny yet so detailed!
Great close up pictures!
Thanks for sharing this Show and Tell Friday!
Love, Ann

mommaof3 said...

cute

Mary said...

Katherine,

Your little tea angels are delightful. Thank you so much for sharing.

Blessings,
Mary

Penless Thoughts said...

These are so precious :0)
Susan

Monique said...

Those figurines are so cute. I love the little angel. That smile, it's to melt for !!!
Thank you very much for sharing. Have a wonderful weekend.

Hootin' Anni said...

Oh my gosh....these are super. I especially love the "HIGH Tea Angel"....what a sweet sweet face. Something like this, if you don't fall in love with it at first sight, something's terribly wrong with you!....Right?

My Show n Tell this week is Halloween. Come by if you can find some time. I'd love to have you visit with me and critique my project.

Alice said...

How adorable! I have to wonder how they created those tiny, tiny details.

Kelly said...

How pretty, Katherine! What a cute little high tea one. :o)

Melissa's Cozy Teacup said...

Completely adorable. Thank you for sharing!

the pleasures of homemaking said...

Oh they are so sweet! I love those tiny faces!

Manuela

Barbara H. said...

Those are so cute!

Joy said...

I have that same dreamsicle ;)
What cute things you have there.

Sandra said...

So cute :)


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Anonymous said...

Little things mean alot! I also have the High Tea Dreamsicle angel-- the special lady that introduced me to tea rooms gave it to me as a gift and has passed away from cancer. I cherish that liitle angel! Thank You Katherine for bringing back memories!
Karyl

Melissa Wertz said...

Oh these are precious!

Melissa Wertz said...

I just noticed Butler High listed as one of your blogs. One of my aunts graduated from there. I think in the early 60's. Not sure if one of my mom's other sisters went there or to Hazel Green.

My nephew graduated from there 4 years ago.

ROXY said...

oh how sweet!! I love them:) Thanks for visiting me today, I hope to see you again soon:)

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Charlotte said...

Love your teeny tiny figurines - especially the little angel.

Betty said...

I enjoyed seeing your figurine collection, Katherine. They are just precious, especially the angel tea figurines.

Angie said...

Wow... those are teeny tiny. How cute!

Nikki via The Scarlett Rose Garden said...

These are so sweet and SO tiny! Wow!

A Hint of Home said...

All your little "guys" are so cute and tiny. They have such sweet expressions.

Kelli said...

What darling angels, Katherine! I love the napkins tucked under their chins!
~Kelli