Thursday, November 19, 2020

Christmas Teas





Hello everyone,

It is a cold sunny day here ~
a good day to enjoy a hot cup
of tea or if you prefer, hot cocoa.



I always love a white
tea setting.



A warm and cozy Christmas /
winter tea.


Red and white transferware
is always pretty but especially
at Christmas with gingerbread
cupcakes.


Love our fireside teas on these
colder days.




If you are adventurous how
about tea in the winter garden.


A Friendly Village tea by
the fireside.





A pretty Christmas teacup
and some pretty Christmas
cookies.




Another winter white tea in the Boathouse.

All of these photos were taken in the
past but new ones coming soon.

My camera has a dead battery and
I forgot my charger at the cottage
so I have been unable to take new pics.
However, we are driving over this
morning to pick it up so no excuses
for not getting some new pics!

I hope you have a lovely day!

Take care,

Carolyn





                                                        

11 comments:

My Cozy Corner said...

Hi Carolyn,
I am so happy to see some photos of your Christmas past. I have your Country Christmas book and I love looking thru it ad displaying the book with my
Christmas vignette. Beautiful photography as always.
Fondly,
Betty

Carolyn said...

Hi Betty,
Thank you.....and I am happy you are enjoying Country Christmas book.
Have a great weekend
Carolyn

lisa said...

So cozy and inviting. (I love your sheep shaped cookies!)

Carolyn said...

Hi Lisa,
I love the sheep cookies too......so much that I can't eat them!
Have a great weekend,
Carolyn

Michele said...

Carolyn, you can bless us anytime you want with old photos - we never tire of them. They are always soooooo beautiful and well thought-out.

You set a tea vignette like no other. ♥

Carolyn said...

Thank you Michele,you are so kind!

Hope you enjoy your weekend!

Marilyn McLeod @ Pink Paper Cottage said...

Oh I love your Christmas tea settings of days gone by! LOVE that each photo has yummy sweets in it! The cookies are all so darling and oh I would love to sample one of those gingerbread cupcakes! Makes me want to get out my mixing bowl, beaters and molasses! I think I would even take part in the winter garden tea if I had hot cocoa and some gingerbread, and could wrap up in one of those wool blankets! Such lovely photos and I always enjoy your posts. Marilyn

Carolyn said...

Hi Marilyn.
Thank you so much for all your lovely comments ...I appreciate you taking the time to write.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend,
Carolyn

Laura Jeanne said...

Carolyn, all of these photos are so lovely and charming. What a lot of beautiful china you have! Transferware is my favourite. I would collect it like mad if I had a place to put it...our country cottage (in Southern Ontario) is so small though, and pretty much overtaken with books...not that I am complaining about that. :)

Carolyn said...

Hi Laura Jeanne,
I love all transferware too. A cottage full of books sounds lovely!
Thanks for your visit and kind words.
Carolyn

Fiordelisa said...

So very pretty! My favorites are the village teapots. Just looking at them makes me want to read British poetry for hours...fireside. :-) Blessings to you.