Redbubble posters are a lot like space travel.
In that they're completely brilliant, however unlike space travel they're quite sensibly priced.
They are a handy way to make very dull walls, ceilings and spaceships look infinitely better.
Tack them to your bedroom door, or frame one above the mantlepiece.
They're adaptable, efficient and bold and really it's amazing you've managed to go so long without picking one up.
They are printed on 185gsm semi gloss poster paper and custom cut to three
maximum sizes – A2, A1 & A0. This includes a 5mm white border
to assist in framing.
Canon 50D50mm f3.5ISO1001/250Ext Flash: Yes, bounced with diffuserBlack cloth background and only processed in ACR.
adriana glackin, still life, roses, melting moment, biscuit, cup, tea, doily, vase, flowers
photographer, wife, mother, friend, blogger, good listener & talker, lover of shoes and all things shiny and pretty
a truly gorgeous arrangement Adriana!
Thank you Maree, it took a fair few arrangements before I was happy with this one.
– Adriana Glackin
Classy! Right down to the bikkie :D
Yes, classy, that’s because that’s what ladies drink…tea in fine bone china whilst nibbling on a melting moment… ;-))
Oh I could go a melting moment at this point in time along with a cup of tea!! Gorgeous Adriana, love the gold rimmed tea cup and the doilies!! And the little napkin? I was only looking at some of those today at the oppy and was talking to an elderly lady about how they are so rare these days and no longer hand made!!Love this :)
The doily was in my cupboard but the little hanky was care of the local op shop…so glad you like this :-))
PS…you made the melting moment didn’t you! :))
Ummm, if you mean “did I make the melting moment” to read “did I eat the melting moment” then, YES! Of course. If you mean “did I make it” as in “did I pull if out the pack and sprinkle fresh icing sugar on it”, then YES, you’d be right, too! ;-))
I have a friend who refuses to drink tea out of anything but china :)
My FIL is the same :)
LOL, yep I knew you’d baked it ;))
sigh secretly I long for this day…
wonderful in every respect,so nostalgic for me.
Thank you Lisa, I’m so glad you like it; there’s a feeling of ‘home’ in a way, but a home from another place and time…
This is so ‘High Tea’ beautiful…a wonderful high class tea with friends scene!!!!
Thank you Carol, it would be lovely to have a ‘high tea’ with friends in a setting like this :-)))
Exquisite, pure and simple.
Thank you kind sir :-)))
Cripes! That looks a bit hoity-toity Adriana, I’m glad you offered me coffee, though the moment would have gone down a treat ;) Lovely photograph :)
Oh the fancy-dancy stuff only ever gets used as props, never actually eaten off…. I’ll make sure there’s mm next time you call by :-))