'Vino un barco cargado de gustos y se fue vacío'
(Spanish popular saying) It means something like 'Beauty is in the eye of the beholder'.
This blog brings together all of my preferences, experiences, caprices, trivialities and the like. Hope you enjoy it! :)
Hello Dearies! Today I'd like to show you, a tea delph that belonged to my aunt and I inherited it :)
Playing a 'tea party' is one of the memories most cherished between childhood friends, what do you think?:)
Tea table chat
'Tea and crumpets'
Five steps for a tea party:
1. Invite your guests. All of them are very welcome, including your friends, your mum&dad, and/or your stuffed friends as your favorite teddy bear and doll.
2. Make the 'food'. 'Cakes', 'cookies' and 'cupcakes' are the best choices.
3. Throw a tablecloth over the table and set each place setting with a doily under the plate, the saucer with a tea cup in it on one side, a napkin and, depending on what 'food' you will be serving, a fork or spoon.
4. Make your 'tea' and serve both the 'tea' and 'dessert' to your guests.
5. Enjoy the party with ladylike chatter and giggling. Read your guests a story or two while they eat their 'cakes' and drink their 'tea' with ladylike motions.
Note: All the words in quotation marks, mean an imaginary condition.
What a lovely memory! *-)
Children's vintage tea set
I've just discovered it. Someone is selling a pretty similar set on Etsy, I can't understand how people can get ride of these things, but if you are interested in getting a vintage children's tea set, check it out!
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