I Love Tea Cups

I Love Tea Cups

Sunday, June 26, 2011

9th Cupcake Sunday

A Big Hello to Everyone.


Thank you all for visiting My Cozy Corner while I was on my Holiday. 
 Oh yes! Holiday is a word I heard in England when Brit's refer to their vacation.
What a glorious time I had in Scotland and England.
Lots to share in the weeks to come.
Please stop by to share my journey.
A Big Thank you to my new followers.

Cupcake Sunday 
I want to share my First Cream Tea with you today.  Three Ladies go traveling had Cream Tea at the National Gallery in London.
Great fun!!


'Wonderful'
Scone is a typical Scots tea biscuit baked on a griddle or in the oven taken with curd, jam or clotted cream.
It is believed that the scone is named after the Stone of Scone, whereupon Scottish kings were once crowned.


'Cream Tea'


'Amazing'
Strawberry Jam and Butter
~Yum~


I love the tea pot and creamer




Three Ladies go Traveling enjoyed a spot of tea after viewing wonderful original artwork such as: Van Gogh, Van Eyck, Monet, Michelangelo, Raphael and Da Vinci. 


The National Gallery is a true treasure of London, England. 

 I'm so happy to be home blogging again.  I have missed my daily blog crawl.
I'm joining some great blogger parties, so hop over and visit them.
The Little Red House for Mosaic Monday
Boogieboard Cottage for Masterpiece Monday
The House in the Roses for Show off Your Cottage Monday
StoneGable for  On the On the Menu Monday
A Stroll Thur Life for Table Top Tuesday
Rose Chintz Cottage for Tea Time Tuesday
The Plumed Pen for Tuesday Tea for Two
A Breath of Fresh Air for Tea Pot and Tea Things Tuesday

Please join me for
Cupcake Sunday!
xo
Betty

21 comments:

  1. What a nice day and the tea and biscuit and jam sound yummy. Wonderful mosaic, have a great week!

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  2. Does look tasty! Wishing you a grand week! Cathy

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  3. Love scones and biscuits. Looks like you had a wonderful tea.

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  4. Looks like a wonderful get-a-way! The National Gallery, all those wonderful art works and cream tea with scones! Lovely!

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  5. A lovely holiday... What nice memories this mosaic of a wonderful afternoon tea will bring. It all looks so delicious.

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  6. Welcome back - I hope there are many more mosaics from your trip! That cream tea looks pretty scrummy!

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  7. Looks wonderful...and yummy! Please pour me a cup! ♥

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  8. It sounds like you had a wonderful time. I look forward to hearing more about your trip.

    Be sure to stop by my blog Tuesday to enter my giveaway.

    Have a great week! La

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  9. Hi there...this was a GREAT post..of course I love anything "tea" related!!! I linked up a teapot cupcake I crafted..how fun to find your link up! I am hosting a TEa Party link up as well so feel free to link this great post up! Best to you!!

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  10. Delightful! :) I would love to be there right now! :)

    ~Liz

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  11. Betty, I lived in Scotland and England for several years as a child. I loved cream tea and scones! At one point I went to a boarding school in Scotland and we had formal tea everyday! Your delicious post brings back so many wonderful memories!
    Thanks for joining ON THE MENU MONDAY!You have inspired me to make scones!
    xo Yvonne

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  12. wat ziet dat er lekker uit,leuke foto's hoor.

    greet

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  13. Hi Betty, did you see the Stone of Scone when you were in Scotland? I once had a scone near the British Museum that tasted like a stone, but usually they are absolutely delicious and I can never get enough of them when I am over there! I must learn to make some myself! I am looking forward to your travel stories--I love hearing about other people's trips and seeing pictures! Linda

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  14. What a fabulous trip you had, how wonderful! I've been to Engliand a couple of times, but not to Scttland and Ireland...I would love to do a trip to include all of the. I love their scones and I like making them for tea too. Goegeous white china too. I'm visiting from Ivinne's, On The Menu Monday. Hugs, FABBY

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  15. Thanks for sharing a perfect English tea with us.Must have been so exciting to see England's treasure at the National Gallery. Dropping in from Sandi's Tea Time Tuesday. Have a nice day!~Poppy

    http://withadashofcolor.blogspot.com/

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  16. A lovely tea you are having. Everything looks so good.

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  17. I am so glad I visited you today for cream tea. You must have had an amazing trip.

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  18. Your cream tea looks just wonderful, Betty. I would imagine taking tea in the British Isles is an unforgettable experience. I look forward to hearing all about your trip. Thanks for sharing this with Tea Time and have a delightful week.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  19. Oh, it looks delicious! How lucky you are to have visited there!

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  20. What a yummy post! I have never had clotted cream and I just must do that soon!

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Thanks for your comments as I enjoy reading them.
Betty

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