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Thursday, January 24, 2013

Play Tea Bags

 
On a trip to Houston,
I attended
a little tea party.
 
 
 
 
The lovely hostess
was a princess.
 
 
 
 
I brought a special
blend of tea,
 
 
 
 
inspired by
this post.
 
Here's a little closer look.
 
 
 
 
Crafty Daughter stamped the muslin tags
with an initial on one side
and a flower on the other.
They were very cute,
and there's no expiration date!


 
 
Cheers!
(Do they clink tea cups?)
 

 
 
Mommy gets a big thank you for
such a fun tea party!


 
 
 
 
Lovely bonnet!
More my style than a tiara!
 

 


26 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

that's adorable! i love the tea-bags for her!

FlourishingPalms said...

So danged cute! You in that bonnet - you forgot your fan and white gloves! - the little princess, and those tea bags. What a fun time you had. It's wonderful to see you enjoying yourself.

Terry said...

That frog teapot is so cute! Love the teabags too! :0)

Tammy said...

How precious!!! Love the frog tea pot and the homemade tea bags are such a great idea!

Lynn said...

Adorable and happy post. You'll need to sew up some pastries to go with the tea!

Carrie P. said...

cutest tea pot ever and those tea bags, what fun! I saw the ones on the link too.
Dress up and tea party, every little and big girls dream. Love your bonnet!

Lois Evensen said...

How precious! :) And, those images will only get more and more valuable with the passage of time.

Paula, the quilter said...

That looks like so much fun!

grammie g said...

Hi Karen...Looks like you have your Easter bonnet all picked out lol!; )
Such fun tea parties with little girls ,there imagination is so adorable..of course big girls like having tea but the conversation is quite different ; )
Loved it ♥
Grace

Just Ramblin' said...

What a delightful post. The frog teapot is adorable and such cute tea bags. It looks like everyone really had a fun time. Love your hat! There is nothing more fun than sharing a tea party with children. So happy you all had such a great time! Nola

Cindy said...

The tea bags are darling! Absolutely perfect for a small party.

Linda Reeder said...

What fun! When my grandkids were younger, we used to have wonderful tea parties, but with real tea and cookies. And hats, of course! Granddaughter Irene still likes to have tea parties, thank goodness. I love them too.

Roy Norris said...

What a privilege being in the presence of Royalty Karen.
Great bonnet, not sure its your style though.{:))

Fiona said...

how fun.. what lovely pictures.... the tea bags are such a cute idea... I love the princess and her tea pot frog.... may he turn into a prince one day...
Hugz

QUILTING IS BLISSFUL, DI said...

I love that frog teapot, but that princess is priceless--and how cute are those tea bags--thanks for sharing it with us--
hugs, di and miss gracie

DeniseinVA said...

Now that's a tea party I would love to attend. Adorable!

Tina´s PicStory said...

how cute :) specially the last one :)

Michelle said...

Those are so cute -- And I love the frog teapot!

EG CameraGirl said...

How lucky you were to be invited to such a fun tea party! I love those special tea bags!

Barb said...

What fun!!!

Linda said...

Oh what a great tea party! I like the tea bags alot and the Frog teapot is wonderful too. Cute princess! Your bonnet is pretty cute too! Thanks for sharing your lovely party with us!

Julie G. said...

Looks like you had a delightful tea party! I just love those adorable little tea bags. I am always amazed at how creative people are. You will look back at these fun photos for years to come, with a big smile on your face.

Roslyn said...

O my gosh what an adorable idea. Another reason I wish I had a little girl in our family. I imagine she was tickled pink !

Roslyn said...

O my gosh what an adorable idea. Another reason I wish I had a little girl in our family. I imagine she was tickled pink !

the cuby poet said...

So much fun and happiness shared with a special tea party. You both are sporting such fabulous head gear but I feel that I am more a bonnet wearer than a princess.

the cuby poet said...

So much fun and happiness shared with a special tea party. You both are sporting such fabulous head gear but I feel that I am more a bonnet wearer than a princess.