I Love Tea Cups

I Love Tea Cups

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Tea Under My Feather Tree...


Welcome to Tea Under My Feather Tree
Hello Everyone,
The Holiday Season is officially here!
and
I need a cup of tea!


I brought the sofa table in from the living room for the holiday season.  The feather tree is decorated with red ornaments.  The Tea is ready and a piece of candy or two.


As the blogland parties progress I will be revealing the different themes for each room.
The dining room has a Scottish theme.  I'm still dreaming about my wonderful experience in Scotland this summer.




I wish I could explain the feeling I have when I arrange a vignette for a post.  It's exciting to see the elements develop a picture.  Something sweet and soft.  Romantic and delightful.
A story in a tray.


My great grandmother's spoon she brought from England in 1914.  A great way to have one cup of tea.
The napkin-handkerchief is from a collection of linens I found at a yard sale.


Red and white napkin was another yard sale purchase.  I love yard sales...


The Christmas cup is part of a set of dishes I bought years ago. Soon I will have a tablescape using the complete set.
There is a secret about the Christmas dishes and I don't want to let the cat out of the bag.



Tuesday Morning is my best friend.  I found the reindeer ornaments for .27cents each in a clearance box.  Can you see how I hung them from my feather tree? 




I bought the tea pot drip catchers from a tea shop.  They are wonderful and save the good linens.



Don't these look delicious?  This little box of candy is a Christmas ornament.  Yum...


The sparkly reindeer are so adorable and I think they will soon be meeting up with Santa for their midnight ride.


The red tea pot is the perfect size for one person to have a cup of tea or two.
I  would love to have more the same size.  




I looked at this photo and noticed the yellow on the top of the candle.  Isn't it interesting that it's a different color from the candle.  It must be some chemistry thing.  And of course the candle is off center a little. As I say "nothing is perfect in my world." 












I hope you've had a little rest from your busy day. And I must join the great parties going on in blogland.

And

Have a great weekend and see you at
Table Decor
and
Christmas Tea
next week

xo
Betty
Hello to new followers
Cottage and Broom
Phyllis@aroundrhouse



19 comments:

  1. Miss Betty everything looks so pretty what a beautiful spot to enjoy a few sweets and some tea.. Sure feels like Christmas to me.
    hugs and happy holidays from Savannah, Cherry

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  2. Don't you just love feather trees! I have several, mine are embellishes with silver. Pretty post, will be your newest follower, please stop by when you get a chance, Laura - Cottage and Broome

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  3. Adore that feather tree...your setting is just sooo pretty...love the way you put it together...thanks for sharing

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  4. Cute, cute, cute!! I love every single thing in this post! What a fun way to take a little break and treat yourself to some R & R!

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  5. I'm obsessed with feather trees and love yours here. Please drop by and see my Feather Your Christmas Tree post and then come join me on WhereWomenBlog.com ...your blog would be a great addition.

    Jan @ BellaCasa

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  6. Your feather tree is beautiful! Your Christmas setting is so charming.

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  7. Lovely, Betty. Wish I was close by to have tea with you and my brother....

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  8. What a festive tea tray. I love your feather tree, it is so pretty.

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  9. Those lil reindeer are just beautiful and adorable. Such a nice personal tea party as well.
    Don't you just love faux foods..........I have them all over the place, and when my kids were in the teen years, the guys used to be the ones that were the most fascinated by them, course, they liked trying to prank someone with them!! lol

    Some I made myself by drying them in the oven
    and shellacing them, so many times found myself
    explaining to them how to do it! Always thought that was funny!

    Enjoyed your post and your cute feather tree!

    Blessings for a Wonderful Christmas Season!
    Nellie

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  10. HPS!


    Love this setting! Very cozy!


    Gabriela

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  11. Very pretty!

    Pink with Puzzle time, looking forward to see you when you get a chance. Thank you!

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  12. I LOVE the way you hung the reindeer on the tree so it looks as if they're prancing through a cloud!!! Beautiful!!!

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  13. I love your feather tree! The red and white color scheme is beautiful!

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  14. How lovely and all in red and white my favorite.

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  15. Your Christmas tea is lovely. Great little feather tea with the red ornaments and I love the deer! Your holiday China looks perfect for Christmas. Wonderful post. Happy Seasonal Sunday!

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  16. Very Cosy, pretty and the perfect pairing your red and white. Pat

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  17. You have created a charming vignette, perfect for enjoying that cup of tea.

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  18. I have just entered your site and I am loving it, so much more than the commercialised vignettes, these are so homely and warm that you just want to recreate. thanks so much for the inspiration. Just wondering how you managed to create that snowy/vapour kind of effect under the xmas tree. Pls do write and let me know at piccadely123@gmail.com. would love to hear from you. And for Christmas 2012, anything special......candice

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I'm so delighted that you have visited my blog...
Thanks for your comments as I enjoy reading them.
Betty

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