'The Tea Lover's Week' Poem PrintBespoke Verse
This hand inked print features our tea themed poem, printed with gorgeous illustrations to create a witty and unique gift for tea drinkers.
Our funny, heartfelt tea poem makes the perfect gift, whether it's their birthday, Christmas, Mother's Day or just meeting for a cuppa.
Whether it's builders tea, Assam or Earl Grey, everyone knows someone who loves a hot wet brew!
The A4 print comes unframed but we would be happy to frame it for you. For an extra fee you can add a personalised message (bottom right) to your tea - loving recipient.
This original poem was written by Bespoke Verse poet, Joanna Miller, who has many a week like the one described!
The hand inked design is by 'Have a Gander'. The only computer font used is the personalised message; the artwork has been scanned at a very high resolution to create the print.
The poem is printed onto the highest quality GF Smith white A4 card (330gsm) using Dura-Bright waterproof ink. There is no mount around the print.Each print is lovingly produced to order. Unframed prints arrive flat, wrapped in cellophane, in a super stiff envelope. For an extra fee we can frame the print for you. The wooden frames are either solid oak, matt white with a slightly grained effect or smooth white. Both have a hook for wall hanging. The front is perspex. Each frame is hand finished in the UK by Fine Art Trade Guild commended framers. The product is dispatched in a purpose-made picture box. The print is H30 x W21cm (A4) and when framed is H34.5 x W25.7 x D2cm.
The Tea Lover’s WeekOn Mondays it just has to be A robust cup of English tea On Tuesdays to begin the day It’s Assam or a fine Earl Grey Wednesdays if I get frustrated It has to be decaffeinated, On Thursdays it is most appealing To brew a teapot of Darjeeling On Fridays there is nothing finer Than Chamomile in vintage China Saturdays I’m rather keen On a herbal, peppermint or green And Sundays all that works for me Is biscuit dunked in Builder’s Tea! Copyright Joanna Miller 2014. (Author's permission required to reproduce this poem.)