Teacup Exchange

Howdy!  Today I am going to show you my goodies I got from joining up with Stephanie’s Teacup Exchange.  This was my first year, and it was amazing.  I’m defiantly going to do it next time she host a teacup exchange.

So, sweet Grace was given my name.  It’s rather funny, because we both write for Christ’s Light Magazine, and she had been reading my blog.  Needless to say, she managed to do an amazing job picking out stuff I liked.  (To be honest, I was very scared I’d get a very girly box filled to the seams with pink.  Thankfully, that wasn’t the case!)


Here’s the overview.  Terrible picture, I know.  I don’t really have a good place in my house to take pictures, and I didn’t want to take it all outside, so this will have to do.  I don’t know what to start with!  It was all amazing.  My younger sisters and I thoroughly enjoyed eating sour skittles, and I love the hat (My mom does too 😂).  The candle has become my “Inspiration” candle. Why shouldn’t it?  It says, “Let the Adventure Begin” on the side, and when I light it, my imagination take me on a vacation.

The bandana?  It’s my totally favorite color, and the cards were amazing!  And here’s something funny.  I was in need of some soap, and Grace sent the best smelling soap I’ve ever smelt.  She also sent me an aqua pen! 😍  I’ve been in need of an aqua pen.


The tea-cup is adorable.  It’s not girly at all, (well, kinda) and it has fruit all over it.  It’s larger than most teacups we own.  And, fun fact.  This is my second teacup to own.  I let my younger sisters use my first teacup and it…Uh, died.


I tend to agree with C.S.Lewis.  Both the book and the teacup were utterly too small.  Can you have a never-ending cup of tea along with a never ending and forever interesting story?  If so, I’d buy them.  😁

Oh, and the last thing I’ll show you is maybe my absolute favorite.


Look at these stickers!  In my letters, I can never ever draw good emoji faces.  So, what do I get in the box?  The best emoji stickers I’ve ever seen.  I’ve used almost all of them.  But, please tell me what the second to last emoji is for?  A broken heart?  Yikes!  I can sympathize with the first emoji on the bottom row.  I think he’s crying over his sore nose.  I become Rudolf the red-nosed human in winter.

And that’s it folks!

Thank you so much, Grace!!!!!!!

You did the best job ever!  You even got me coffee instead of tea.  You’re amazing.


P.S.  I think this is the most I’ve ever posted in a week.  Guys, these giveaways are too frequent.

25 thoughts on “Teacup Exchange

  1. Grace H. says:

    Glad you liked everything! It was so fun to put that together! I was worried about the hat getting squished, but when I saw it in the store I thought “I AM PUTTING THAT IN THERE!!!” Haha!
    Eh, I don’t know what the problem is with that second to last emoji. Maybe he has a dramatic heartbreak somewhere in his past??? I’m glad you liked the teacup too!

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  2. Olivia Bell says:

    Wow, two of my friends got paired together! I loved seeing all she sent you, I’m so glad everything fit you so well! 🙂 The exchange is the best, isn’t it!? 😀
    You can see what I received in my post today too! 🙂

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  3. Stephanie says:

    What a small world to learn the two of you already knew one another 🙂 Grace sent you a delightful box of tea goodies. Thanks for joining the fun, dear Amie. Hugs!

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  4. Mandalynn says:

    Looks like fun! I saw this exchange and then was like “uh, I don’t think I have the funds…” If you know what I mean 😉
    The hat is cute!
    Why don’t you want the tea cup to be girly? I mean, you are a girl!


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