Posted by: scrabblequeen | June 18, 2008


I haven’t really mentioned it here before, but I’ve been busy working on this fun Summer Tea swap through the Cuppa Tea group on Ravelry. My fun spoilee got her box on Monday and today, my wait was over as well. Kalamandah did a very nice job of spoiling me.

The box of goodness.

The unpacking was loads of fun. Each item had it’s own wrapping of tissue paper and I soon revealed…

I love the little “ice cubes” and the watermelon cup and plate. The teas both look very intrigueing and tasty.

She really got my number with the little journal, but the best or “funnest” thing? The Queen Tile necklace!

Oh, and did I mention the Panda Cotton and sock pattern to match?


  1. Ooo! That’s some pretty Panda Cotton and that necklace looks perfect for you. 😉

  2. wow fabulous box, its easy peasy to put pictures in posts

    copy the picture to Flicker

    Click right on the picture on Flicker

    Click properties copy it and then go to Ravelry click the photo button erase the http part and paste your copied propertie to it hit ok or submit or whatever it says (just not cancel) submit your reply and it should post, let me know if it works for you

  3. Awesome! I wanted that Panda Cotton, but I’ve seen it twice – in two different shops – as a single, and even my MIL’s tiny feet can’t get two socks out of that!

    Are you going to ice the jasmine tea? A friend said jasmine tea is great iced, but I’ve not tried it that way yet. Does it need sweetner?

  4. All looks yummy! I just drank iced jasmine tea mmmm..
    Which reminds me, how do you prepare your iced tea?
    Have fun at the camp!

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