I am the youngest of 5 children and my siblings are much older than me. When I was a young girl, my grandmother (the only grandparent I had growing up) would take care of me to help my mother out. She owned a quaint motel in Charlestown, NH. I have fond memories of going to her home and drinking tea from her china teacups. I was fortunate to inherit these from her when she passed. I’ve had them stored in a cabinet, not being seen or used for quite some time. I’ve decided to give them new life by bringing them out for all to see. Check out my complete tutorial below 🙂
If you don’t have family china you can always find teacups at thrift stores.
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