Holiday Markets

October 26, 2015By Ann RansonEvents, Events and News, Uncategorized No Comments

The Holiday Market Season is in full-swing! I hope you’ll plan to visit By the Grace of Tea at one of these fabulous events! Each one of these markets offers such an interesting combination of gifts and things you just have to have for yourself!     October 31 – November 1. Pacesetters Bazaar, JJ … Read More

December 5-6: Waxahachie Junior Service League

November 10, 2014By Ann RansonEvents, Events and News, Loose Tea, Tea Blends, Tea Gifts, Uncategorized No Comments

Friday Night Preview Party:  Friday, December 5, 6-9pm Saturday, December 6, 10am-5pm Buy tickets for Friday Night ($15) and enjoy food, drinks and early shopping PLUS re-entry for Saturday’s market. Waxahachie Civic Center 2000 Civic Center Ln Waxahachie, TX 75165 Just a short drive south of Dallas, Waxahachie is known as the Gingerbread City due … Read More

Oct 24-25: Hearts and Hands Bazaar

October 9, 2014By Ann RansonEvents, Events and News, Uncategorized No Comments

Friday & Saturday, October 24-25, 10am-6pm Friday; 10am-5pm Saturday Location:  All Saint’s Catholic Church 5231 Meadowcreek Road, Dallas, Texas 75248 Join By the Grace of Tea for the 32nd Annual Hearts and Hands Bazaar. To learn more about it, http://www.allsaintsdallas.org/ministries/ministries-alpha/all-saints-womens-organization/hearts-and-hands-bazaar

WOW, this is fun!

January 16, 2012By Ann RansonUncategorized No Comments

Who knew that starting By The Grace of Tea would be so fun!  I’m excited about the progress and the feedback that I’m receiving.  In fact, I’d like to hear more from you about what you think of the idea, the blends, the taste, the packaging….hearing from you about any of this would be awesome. … Read More

RoyalTEA

April 30, 2011By Ann RansonUncategorized No Comments

RoyalTEA It seems appropriate that as the world turns to watch Britain’s William and Cate marry, that we should stop and pay homage to one of the quintessential British activities, High Tea.  The Brits LOVE their tea, and have been for going on four hundred years. While today we so closely identify them with tea … Read More

The Art of CiviliTEA

February 15, 2011By Ann RansonUncategorized No Comments

Tea drinking is becoming more popular in America and I’ve decided to embrace it whole heartedly!  In part because of the delicious notes of flavor it brings, but even more importantly to me, is what it represents to me – civility, intimacy and respect! As 2011 begins, much is being written about the need for … Read More