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Monday, January 30, 2012

Tea Time Tuesday–a few more roses

There is nothing better than to enjoy a late afternoon tea after a long day at work.

Today I am serving Rose Petal tea in my Pink Rose Teapot.  See the rosebud on the lid?  I do adore this teapot.   (But not the tea towel I left hanging on the chair! LOL! I wondered where it went!)

And I made some really quick nutella crescent rolls to enjoy with our tea.   I just spread Nutella on  Pillsbury Crescent Rolls before I rolled them and baked them.  Yum Yum.   Chocolate and Roses.  We can't get enough over here. 


I served them on this pastry keeper that I made from a fat wooden candlestick and a cheesekeeper with a wood base.   I glued the two pieces together, spray painted them white, added beads and a little bling, put the glass lid on it and there it is.   Not bad huh?  I thought it turned out pretty cute.


I hope you enjoyed your visit today.  Thank you for stopping by and
being a friend.  Please come again.

A friend is one who knows you as you are, understands where you've been,
accepts who you've become, and, still, gently invites you to grow.  Author Unknown 

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  1. What pretty roses! Love the teapot and teacups. Perfect for Valentine's Day! Happy Tea Day!

  2. Hi: Welcome to Tea Cup Tuesday! I am so happy you joined us. I love the tea pot and tea cups you shared today. Roses are my favorite. I am your newest follower. I look forward to have many cups of "tea" with you! Blessings, Martha

  3. Hi Jocelyne,
    Oh, I do love your sweet teapot with the bud on the lid! The teacups are pretty too. I applaud you on the fabulous job you made of your pastry keeper! Very pretty and a lovely stand for your goodies. Thank you so much for sharing this with us today.


  4. Oh a very sweet tea pot! Love that rose on the top. Your tea cup too is just lovely. I think your cheesekeeper is fab! You are very creative to create it!

  5. Those teacups and saucers really caught my eye. I love pretty vintage floral china. You did a fabulous job on the pastry keeper. I have made some with vintage pieces. Thank you for visiting and Following at ShabbyTeaParty. Warm Hugs,

  6. Hi Jocelyne, your teapot and cups and saucers are gorgeous. Love what you did with the pastry keeper, how inventive. Thanks so much for sharing. I have recently found your blog and am now following you, and will visit often. Please stop by my blog and perhaps you would like to follow me also. Have a wonderful day. Hugs, Chris

  7. Jocelyn:
    Just letting you know I did get in the green blueberry tea - Republic of Tea.

  8. Jocelyn- Just checking in on you. Hope all is well. Blessings, L

  9. You have a very beautiful "vintage" blog :-) Congrats!

    Vintage Collages



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