Such a lovely tea. So glad Mrs. Snowman could join you!- The Tablescaper
SO Inviting!!! LOVE IT! That is the "Sweetest little tea set EVER"!!! I've never seen one like it!!! The best thing about decorating with snowmen is "You can leave them out a bit longer"!!!Happy New Year to you and yours,Hugs, Donna
Gorgeous wreath. Lucky Ms. Snow. I agree with Donna regarding keeping snow people out during January as special guests. They add cheer to an otherwise gray month.Best wishes for a wonderful 2011. ♥♫
OH, HOW ADORABLE, ISN'T SHE A LUCKY LADY. MAYBE I'LL GIVE A TEA FOR OLD NELL AND HER FRIEND.HOPE YOUR HOLIDAYS WERE FULL OF JOY. WE HAD A LOT OF SNOW 18 INCHES, I LOVE IT. HAVE A GREAT WEEK.RIZZI
Bernideen, this is one of the cutest tea parties. Love your little snow lady and that tea set is darling.
Hello bernideen,cute idea and Mrs. Snowlady looks quite delighted. I love the tablecloth. Very nice design.I wish you a very nice New Year with Health, Luck and Joy.Greetings, Johanna
Your snow lady is adorable and I'm sure the tea will take the chill off. Your cake is divine, too! I know what you mean about taking all the Christmas decorations down. I was just thinking about that today wondering how long I can leave a Christmas tablecloth on. We are usually the last home on the street to turn the Christmas lights off and even longer to take them down. It's comforting to know the 12 days of Christmas start on Dec 25th so technically it can all stay up until Jan 5th if you'd like. A very happy New Year to you my friend.
What a lovely tea party setting. That is a beautiful tablecloth and the Christmas china is very pretty.Happy New Year!
I love snowmen and snowladies! I like to leave them out after the holidays because we get so much snow here in VA, through March usually. We got quite a bit for Christmas this year...yes, we did have a white Christmas! I am more into the "decorative snow"...you know, the kind that coats the trees and grass but leaves the roadways and sidewalks clear, haha. :)
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