Tuesday, November 20, 2012

DRIED ROSES IN THE KITCHEN




One of my favorite things is to
come out into the kitchen
and see my drying rack.




You may or may not like this idea but 
here in Colorado we get amazing
color because our air is so dry.

16 comments:

Antiques And Teacups said...

Perfect post for Thanksgiving. I was going to post the Lincoln address tomorrow as well. LOL! Great minds think alike....Your photos and decor are lovely. Thanks for linking to Tuesday Cuppa Tea and I hope your Thanksgiving is filled with good food, friends and lots of things to be thankful for!
Ruth

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Happy Thanksgiving, Bernideen! Your table looks lovely. I have never seen that JB pattern before. It is perfect for this season of thanksgiving and a cup of Pumpkin spice sounds wonderful. Thank you for coming to tea and enjoy your week.

Blessings,
Sandi

Snap said...

Bernideen, lovely Thanksgiving Tea. I love Johnson Brothers everything! They just do things right! Thank you so much for hosting. Happy Tea Day and Happy Thanksgiving!

Beth said...

Love your china, Bernideen, and the roses and that VASE - wow, it's lovely! Happy Thanksgiving!

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

Flowers, muffins, tea and everything nicely set out for our visit.
Wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving Bernideen.
Judith

Johanna Gehrlein said...

Hi bernideen,
as expected you share a wonderful buffet with tea setting. Love the china, the flowers and for shure the muffins. All looks great and inviting. Thank you for sharing and for hosting this nice event. Happy Thanksgiving.
best greetings, Johanna

The Charm of Home said...

Hi,
Such a beautiful set of dishes! Thank you for hosting! I love JB! Happy Thanksgiving!
Sherry

Clara said...

Lovely tea and beautiful china. I need to find some pumpkin spice tea. Have a happy Thanksgiving Bernideen.
~Clara

Two Cottages And Tea said...

What a lovely post for Thanksgiving! I adore your brown transferware and hope you can find a teapot to match! Your pumpkin muffins look good to me with the powdered sugar on top. Wishing you and your family a wonderful Thanksgiving.
Nancy

Two Cottages And Tea said...

I forgot to tell you how much I enjoyed reading the Presidents Thanksgiving proclaimation. I don't remember learning that in school. Thanks for sharing!
Nancy

Marilyn Miller said...

What a special Thanksgiving/Fall tea. A lovely way to celebrate. The teaset and the vase are beautiful.

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

What a lovely post, Bernideen! Happy Thanksgiving to you.

Donna and Miss Spenser said...

As always, a beautiful blog post...the muffins look delicious...will have to give them a try one day! I have quite a few pieces of that Johnson Brother's china...when I saw it, I couldn't resist!!

Happy Thanksgiving!

Donna & Miss Spens

Rizzi said...

HI BERNIDEEN,
HAPPY THANKSGIVING, I HOPE YOUR DAY IS FULL OF JOY.....LOVELY POST, SO COLORFUL, AND GREAT PRESIDENT SPEECH.
LOVE YOUR CHINA.....I TRIED TO LINK BUT WAS CANCELLED TWICE......RIZZI

Rizzi said...

MY POST FINALLY LINKED TO YOUR BLOG..
HAVE A WONDERFUL WEEK.....RIZZI

Anonymous said...

Dear Bernideen - Thank you so much for posting President's Lincoln's proclamation of Thanksgiving! What important words we as a nation have so swiftly forgotten over the past 150 years! Perfectly set to inspire along with your Johnson Brothers tea things and dishes - love JB designs - and the dellarobia vase is breathtaking! How could you part with the tea set?!

May you and yours enjoy a blessed and glorious Thanksgiving day!
Joy!
Kathy