Saturday, March 6, 2010

A Mid Winter’s Tea

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Hello! Do you remember me? I hope so!

I wanted to thank all of you for the lovely comments about how to finish off my little sparkly baskets for my tea give-away’s. Sadly, they never made it to the tea and are stacked on my dresser in the guest room. My table fell apart at the last minute so I decided to save them for another day. Who knows, maybe I’ll use one for a give-away on my blog…that would be fun.

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I made the sweetest little center piece out of my green pedestal, a garden cloche, and a few rolls of ribbon. I liked it so much that I decided to keep it as a little display on my work table. 

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It was such a busy day that I forgot to take pictures after I had set my table so your only getting a wee glimpse of what it looked like.

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Another sweet center piece from one of the tables we had. I’m always amazed at how creative we women can be, aren’t you?

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Each one of my guests was given a sugar shaker along with half a dozen Lavender Shortbread cookies and the recipe so they could make their own. Have you ever tasted Lavender Shortbread? It’s really delicious and super easy to make.

Well I have a busy day ahead of me. I’ve been pulling weeds and planting seeds while the sun’s been shining, but the rain is on it’s way…I love the rain!

I hope you all have a beautiful day!

15 comments:

Deborah said...

OMGoodness, Cori! Fabulous, beautiful photos!! Love the gold. Oh the centerpiece is so delightful. So simple and yet De-Lovely! You are so talented Missy. Serious eye candy here. I love everything. **blows kisses** Deb

GWENDOLYN said...

Such a pretty and charming post. Love the cloche with ribbons. Those cookies are calling me.
Blessings!
Gwen

Diva Kreszl said...

what a clever idea with the ribbon under the cloche! it's such a simple way to showcase the beauty of spring!

fairmaiden said...

Gypsy Rose~

All cleared up! Your winter tea is lovely. You really know how to make it like a fairyland.

Now get off that farmville and live!!!! I keep wanting to delete my FB account all together, but it is the source of staying in touch with my family. It mostly discourages me...I don't like to see all the thoughts of peoples I know or all the games they're playing. It's so different than blogging. And there are too many virus' to catch there.

Glad to hear you are gardening, real gardening, with hands in the soil and sunshine on your back. Too cold here. Been busy doing indoor projects instead. Hubby is painting french doors as I type! I miss seeing you here in Blogville. Lovies, Fairmaiden

Bernideen said...

Totally beautiful!

Rosemary said...

I agree with you about FB with all the people that are strangers asking to be friends. It is good in so many ways though so I stick to it. Lovely post and really enjoy this blog. :)


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ellen b. said...

Hello dear Cori G! I love what you did with the ribbon in the cloche! What a sweet gift of those sugar sprinkles and lavender shortbread cookies!! Enjoy the rain...

Lisa said...

Yummy post!! I love all your sweet goodies!
Hugs, Lisa

Tara said...

Hi Cori

These are so lovely, tough to give them away! :0)Glad you're back! Hope all is well in your corner of the world!

Sara said...

It is always a pleasure to visit you; everything here is so pretty and feminine. Mmmmm, lavender shortbread does sound delicious. I've never tried it...where do you find the lavender?

Sara said...

It is always a pleasure to visit you; everything here is so pretty and feminine. Mmmmm, lavender shortbread does sound delicious. I've never tried it...where do you find the lavender?

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Hi Cori!

It is so good to hear from you!

I made lavender cookies only once but they were so good! I will have to collect more lavender buds this summer and make them again. Did you also make the sugar lavender flavored?

The cloche filled with ribbon topped by a bunny is so pretty! You always make such pretty things.

♥ Pat

Andrea said...

Hi, Cori! So sorry that I haven't been in touch. You have, nonetheless, been in my thoughts, and I am very, very happy to visit you this evening.

I would love to taste your lavender shortbread! It sounds so delicate and delicious!

Blessings to you, and much love!

Andrea

Duchess of Tea said...

Cori darling glad to have you back, I missed you terribly. Darling what beauty you have displayed here for us, so gorgeous. I am in love with your photos and your blog header, so lovely. Have aa week filled with blessings luv and welcome back.

Love & Hugs
Duchess

Simply Heart And Home said...

So creative and lovely! Thank you for sharing your gorgeous pictures with us. :)

Gina