Visit site

Related Pins

Helen Marie Magargee at tea time... found photo by CHuck Schneider

I love these. I immediately thought of the claymation film "Mary and Max" Narrator: "Her favourite tea bag was Earl Grey. She loved saying "Earl Grey" and would like one day to marry someone called Earl Grey. They would live in a castle in Scotland, have 9 babies, 2 ducks...and a dog called Kevin."

Cupcakes and Vintage Crockery by saddleworthshindigs on flickr

tea party, 1930 ...pretending to be the Mother and pouring tea made her feel like she was a big girl...

I can't seem to follow the link, but I used some refrigerated pie crusts, a mason jar ring as circle cutter, some apricot/lemon compote as filling, a vegetable cutter for the center shape, a fork to seal the edges, a spritz of water and some sugar. Good!

What a perfect way to wake up {february 14, 2013 | happy valentine's day} by {this is glamorous}, via Flickr

“Don’t drink your tea like someone who gulps down a cup of coffee during a workbreak. Drink your tea slowly and reverently, as if it is the axis on which the whole earth revolves - slowly, evenly, without rushing toward the future. Live the actual moment. Only this actual moment is life.” — The Miracle of Mindfulness, Thich Nhat Hanh

"I waited too long to drink my tea. It was not hot. It was only warm." Linda Gregg "Winter Love"

preset place settings - 1 rose in each cup awaits each guest

This is such a charming space for a spot of tea & my coffee this morning A Scottish morn and wow, it's NOT raining.................A wee brisk though.