Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Meet Me For Tea In The Garden.

Meet me for tea in the garden.


We'll sip from mismatched rose teacups
And enjoy the sunshine.


(Tee hee...  a grasshopper just jumped in the milk.  
I promise I'll get some fresh before you arrive.)



Joining Martha  and Terri for  Teatime Tuesday

Royal Albert teacups pictured: 
Wild Rose,  American Beauty,  Lavender Rose and unamed.

34 comments:

  1. That looks so pretty. I love your teacups:)

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  2. Beautiful. I can't wait to have tea parties in our treehouse with the girls.

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  3. What a lovely tray of tea-themed accessories. Love that teapot cozy!

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  4. How beautiful! When I was little my nana made me White Rose tea which is basically 3/4 milk with a little tea to warm it up. I loved it! She then made it for my daughter who still talks about Nana's tea even though she died when my daughter was only 6.

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  5. If it is cooler than the 90 degrees here, I will be right over!! Your seating looks beautiful.

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  6. Oh wouldn't I love to Gayle.

    Mismatched china cups, gorgeous and sitting in your lovely garden enjoying the roses.............

    In turn, I could invite you over for a mug of hot chocolate and we'll sit by the heater and watch the sun melt the frost, hehe. Bit of a difference.

    Claire :}

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  7. How lovely! I would love to stop by for some tea! Your tea cups are totally pretty. The setting so peaceful. Thank you so much for sharing your tea with us (and grasshopper!)today.
    Hugs,
    Terri

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  8. Sounds like fun. This is absolutely my kind of tea party! I don't mind the odd insect in the milk either..just adds to the adventure of being in a garden.

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  9. That is the sweetest tea cozy I have seen in a while. I am loving your collages. Smiles..Renee

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  10. Looks so lovely! I would love to jump on a plane and join you! One day perhaps? Mx

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  11. What a lovely tea setting - I guess grasshoppers want tea - or milk - too. :-)

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  12. I've heard of grasshopper pie but never grasshopper tea! I'll join you anyway. And I love your mismatched teacups.

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  13. Thanks for visiting my blog. What a beautiful spot for tea...wish I could join you. :o) I really like the tea cozy too.

    Sandra
    Ravenhill Cottage

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  14. I'll be over in 10 minutes. :) Just what I need on a cold winter's day.
    Anne xx

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  15. You've made tea in your garden look so inviting, Gayle! Love the tea cozy.

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  16. So cute minus the grasshopper.
    Your post on the roses is beautiful.

    Melinda

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  17. Your tea in the garden is really inspiring! And I loved the combination of different tea cups.
    Thanks for your nice comment in my blog.
    Cheers

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  18. What a pretty setting! Love your tea cozy:@)

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  19. Delightful! I look forward to joining you for a rosy afternoon tea!
    Helen x

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  20. The teacups are so beautiful , I ENVY YOU!!!!!

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  21. I'm ready....just let me know what time is good for you!!! Smile! Such a wonderful tea setting!
    Have a great week!
    Chris :o)

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  22. I'm sorry I'm just getting back to you. Thanks for your comment on my blog a few days ago.

    I was in Ohio plus my computer was all messed up. A little stressed!

    You have lovely tea items and I bet the tea tastes a lot better of out them then in regular cups!

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  23. I would love to. I'm waiting for the day of instant travel.
    You should rename your blog Garden of Roses.

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  24. I'm on my way. Your setting amongst the rosebushes is so pretty and looks so peaceful. The teacups and tea cozy are so pretty too.

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  25. What lovely collection and I am always ready for tea in the garden.

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  26. This is so inviting! Just lovely. The grasshopper really isn't to big a deal since if you meet me for tea in my garden we just drink from mismatched hoses!

    Blessings, Debbie

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  27. Sooooo pretty my friend...wish I could meet you.

    Happy weekend. xoxo

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  28. Am I too late for tea? I always show up late not sure what that's all about! ;) Everything is so charming I love it! I even don't mind the grasshopper in the milk or was that the cream?
    Have a wonderful weekend,
    Hugs Rosemary...XX

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  29. I love mismatched china.
    And sunshine.
    And roses.
    I will certainly take you up on the fresh milk though. Grasshoppers are at the top of my garden hit list!

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  30. Beautiful outdoor tea setting - would absolutely love to join you - I am relaxed already!
    Have a marvelous weekend,
    Kathy

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  31. Your tea party looks so pretty.
    Hugs
    donna

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  32. Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment and thank you for the cup of tea. It's just what I neeeded. The tea cosy is so cute. I used to have one just like that years ago. I wonder what happened to it....

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THANK YOU for your thoughtful comments. Replies to your questions will be posted here, so be sure to check back soon. Have a wonderful day! - Gayle, Garden Of Daisies