Sunday, October 26, 2014

Shall I pour?

What mattered was that they were together 
with a million thoughts to share and plenty of tea in the pot.

Tea Pot - American Traditional Ironstone Pottery Co. Canonsburg, Pa. U.S.A.

Creamer- Empress China 

 Tea cup -  LENOX presidential Collection Monroe

Poppy Seed and Apricot Crescents


Shall we take a turn about the room while the tea steeps?

Theodore will guard the biscuit tin.

Vintage Sunshine American Masters Series Cookie Tin - Still life Fruit by James Peale

 It is decorated with small treasures, items of minor worth, their value is in the pleasure of a vintage find, whimsical appeal, patina, or the echo of a pleasant memory. 

 Nasco - Rosalee ironstone

 Turkey platter - made in Japan

 After admiring so many paper wreaths I finally made one for myself.

A pair of vintage Gurley turkey candles.

Cuttings from the garden fill out a pretty store bought bouquet.

White Damask Slipcovers from Surefit. I love how well they wash.

Izzy finds a sun dappled spot for a nap.

 Heissner squirrel is busy among the leaves.

Theodore is looking concerned. He hopes we haven't let the tea grow cold.

But no, it's perfect. 
Almost, but not quite too hot. 
Shall I pour?

Thank you for joining me. Have a blessed week!


Keeping It Simple Monday Link Party

http://wwwYour Gonna Love It Tuesday @ Kathe with an E

Mod Mix Monday@ Mod Vintage Life 
My Halloween -ie Picks of the Eek!


PennyWise's Enchanting Brew- Witches Tea Party 

Artist  Christina Paul creates a delightfully ladylike witches tea and shares some whimsical crafts complete with free printable.


 Join Jann for a Daily Cup of Mrs. Olson and check out
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Bernideen's Fall Tea in the Garden

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