While on a shopping spree, I found this Staffordshire teapot at Home Goods a couple of years ago.
It was the prettiest teapot that I had found in a long time. The large pink roses are so delicate. The Royal Albert cream and sugar set was purchased at an Antique mall while I was visiting my daughter when she worked in Chicago. And the mug was a gift from a dear friend. It is called "Rose of England". I painted the plate that is standing behind the tea set. I thought these pieces looked so pretty together. Perfect for a spot of tea on a cold day.
Many of my readers know that I have another blog where I share my love of Quilting. So today I thought I would share a helpful hint.
Keeping the plate clean on your iron can be troublesome at times.
I've used a product I bought from JoAnn's to clean my iron, which works fine, but can be pricey. My biggest problem appears to be the plate seems scorched in places.
I recently found something that works not only on the scorch marks but on gunk that may accumulate on my iron.
Using a damp Magic Eraser (that I use to wipe away marks on my painted walls) I found that it also works on removing every mark on the iron faceplate. I had to use a little more pressure on the indention's as they were well baked onto the faceplate.
The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of His hands ~ Psalm 19:1
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