Friday, August 12, 2022

HYDRANGEAS, DEVONSHIRE TRANSFERWARE AND SWEETS for "Tea In The Garden"



Welcome to "Tea In The Garden":


The one thing that seems to be
 surviving during our incredibly hot 
summer are the  white and the 
green hydrangeas.


I love this old Devonshire pattern
of Johnson Brothers China.




Please pour yourself 
a cup of tea.


One day this week
 I baked cookies 
and brownies so
help yourself!
 







Now everything is back
in the armoire:


What kind of china
do you collect?



Recipes:

7 comments:

Tammy H said...

Even with the hot weather your garden is lovely. What a stunning tea table and I love the vase and bouquet! We're having a very warm summer so have only been baking in the early morning...some scones that we enjoyed for our tea time. A family member has a gorgeous collection of Brambly Hedge china. It's always a delight to use them for a special tea.

Lynn said...

Simply a stunning back yard setting for the tea party. Thank you for inviting me to take a peek at the beautiful flowers and china. It is enjoyable.

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

I’d love to sit in your garden and enjoy those hydrangeas! My word, what a bouquet!! That Devonshire pattern is so charming, Bernideen. My love of dishes has me only collecting teacups nowadays, instead of whole sets, although I still have several dish sets.
I’d love to try each of your treats, please. They all appeal to me!

Vee said...

You have managed to make your tea in the garden look cool with all the shade and white. I am not collecting china. I have plenty and am out of room. ☺️

Louca por porcelana said...

Awww...Awesome!!! Wonderful Tea time. Stunning hydrangeas! Hugs.

Linda Baker said...

Hey Bernideen!
How very lovely! And I'll take one each of your treats along with a cup of tea, please. :) The armoire display is beautiful. I don't really collect china, but I do occasionally pick up a piece here and there.
Blessings, Linda

Deanna Rabe said...

I don’t know if I’ve seen a Johnson Brothers pattern that I don’t like!

Your tea looks lovely in that shade.