First to appear is Rusty - cute in beige and warm red, Rusty would be a wonderful addition to any teapot and keep your second cuppa warm while you drink your first.
Next on the catwalk we have Bluey, in blue and grey midtones - an unusual combination that seems to work well.
Bluey and Rusty have joined together to create this stunning creation, which I suppose should be called Busty, but then again, perhaps not!
Cue music - "Tea For Two".Adding a touch of class to our show are Lord and Lady Grey, distant cousins of that name synonymous with special tea, the Earl. Lady Grey is wearing a delicate shade of pink, while his Lordship is right on trend with a modern deep yellow mix.
And finally, to close our show we don't have a bride tea cosy (note to self - might be a good idea to try), but instead we have a gorgeous groom in all shades of grey. He will add a touch of glamour to any teapot, no matter how homely. He is a bit two-faced, but the different pattern on each of his sides just adds to his appeal.
This catwalk show would not be complete without an introduction to our wonderful model, Blanche, isn't she beautiful!
Ladies, I hope you have enjoyed the Shortbread & Ginger catwalk show.
Perhaps this blog post should have come with a pom-pom overload warning!