Tuesday, March 26, 2019

TEA TIME WITH A BOX AND A BOOK



Last night I made some lemon pound cake so
I decided to have some today with a cup
of hot tea.  It is a lovely day and the sun
is shining so that's always wonderful!


I love looking at the photos of wonderful
English gardens in this book.  We have
just a few of the first pansies and tiny sized
daffodils blooming now out front.  



This week is spring break for all
the school children.


Last night I recovered a box that something
came in and ended up with a purple violet
and pansy and music themed box.



I also glued pictures on the
inside of the box.


Please help yourself to tea and cake!
I am so happy we can walk again now
outside.  Temperatures this week are in the
50's and 60's and for that I am grateful.




If the recipe for Lemon Pound cake
interests you - it is here.



Hope you have a lovely week!
I am joining this blog party:
Create, Bake, Grow, Gather

8 comments:

Margie said...

I'm loving the pretty purples and yellows in this week's tea time.

Stephanie said...

Thank you for the delightful tea time, sweet Bernideen. Like Margie, I am loving the pretty purples.

Hugs to you!

The Victorian Girl said...

I love the pretty box and the figurine with the pansies.

Jean | DelightfulRepast.com said...

Bernideen, would love to join you for a cup of tea and bit of cake! Love what you did with that box, you clever girl! I would have made a mess of it, I'm sure. I'm having Steamed Jam Sponge Pudding with my tea today.

Marilyn Miller said...

I do love English Gardens also. The box is very beautiful. I love the teacups too.

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

What a beautiful teatime, Bernideen! I'd love a slice of lemon pound cake and a cup of tea while I enjoy looking at your pretty box that you recovered.

Louca por porcelana said...

Absolutely gorgeous!That box is so beautiful...Love everything...The sweet figurine with pansies and the beautiful china!Your header is stunning too. It is always a pleasure stopping by.Thanks!

Karen said...

Hi Bernideen
I love your Sadler teapot with the purple flowers and lovely pansies. But I am swooning over your Royal Winton Welbec teaset on your header. I have the teapot and recently found the cream and sugar but have no teacups. You did find it at a great price! On our treasure hunts I rarely find much now. I think everyone is thrifting and I must confess I have bought my rosebud teapots on eBay. Hubby and I keep hoping we will find more for our collections and still enjoy the hunt. Lol. Like you do I’m sure. I’m finding that I have too much now and must be selective in my purchases. It’s so nice to visit you today. Take care my friend. Karen