Fancy That in Tea Magazine

Walpole's Fancy That gets a mention in Tea Magazine.


Fancy That in Walpole received a mention in the November-December edition of Tea Magazine.

On page 20, Kelly Engelbert of KellyCo Creative Arts in Celina, Tex., writes about turning broken China into jewelry.

First, Engelbert took her husband's grandmother's broken decorative plate and turned it into a mosaic picture frame.

Sarah Erlandson, the owner of Fancy That, then sent Engelbert a box of cracked and chipped items she couldn't rent, which Engelbert turned into jewelry.

Fancy That now purchases the pieces from Engelbert and sells them at their Walpole store.

Tea Magazine is available online at www.teamag.com.



Roseanne December 17, 2012 at 04:34 PM
I saw that article in Tea magazine. Fancy That is a beautiful store.
Steve December 19, 2012 at 01:12 PM
The jewelry is beautiful and unique. Came across the jewelry while browsing at Fancy That.. We Purchased one bracelet for my mother-in-law for her birthday and also one for my wife. The perfect gift for the person who has everything because no two are alike. Fancy That is a great boutique owned by a wonderful couple that is truly passionate about what they do and they work to share their love for tea as an experience that adds joy and balance to life.


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