Thursday, March 22, 2007

Tea with ArtsyMama......





Artsymama called us all to have a summer tea with her on our blogs........here in South Africa we are approaching winter, but always game for a party........ I`m in!!!

I`ll post the summer tea I gave my Mom for her 50th birthday celebration last year.....it was held outside, in our lapa. This is also posted on my Flickerstream.

Come and join me.......

27 comments:

purple cucumbers folk art said...

Just visting,come on over and sat on the front porch and we will chat while folks look at the sale goodies.

Sonia at C. Crafts & Collectibles said...

Oh my!! Look at that table!! Well done and thanks for sharing.
Have a Wonderful Spring!!

Natasha Burns said...

WOW how gorgeous! Bet your mother loved it!

saffron said...

Lovely spread you have here! Your tea was wonderful!

Vanessa said...

Oh! How wonderful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Clare said...

That all looks absolutely wonderful - and I love the roses and flowers in the giant stone urn!

Tricia Scott said...

wow! so beautiful!

AnnieElf said...

What a beautiful presentation and all down by yourself. It is always so much fun to visit here and enjoy all the lovely inspiration.

karlascottage.typepad.com said...

Your shimmering fabric was a lovely, gypsie-like back drop for the food, so pretty!

BeachysCapeCodCupboard said...

Well, I am a day late for your tea party, but everything still looks as fresh and lovely as it did yesterday! =) What a beautiful party you must have had for your Mom!

stephanie said...

Sorry I couldn't invite you all over for tea, but I am having a wonderful time at each of your parties!!!

cinderelly said...

tea! what a beautiful tea! and today, i posted all my tea pots...we have tea on the brain today! and i am drinking tea now!

Zabrina said...

Lots of cakes...flowers, very nice! It's fall in Brazil now. I heard that South Africa is very beautiful...

Sam I Am said...

ohh yummy..look at all the pretty treats!!!! :)
Im craving cupcakes again!!!!
sweet blog... :)
hugs..sandy

IndigoGirl said...

And what a stunning day it was!

Linda said...

Wow, that is some tea. I wouldn't know where to start.

Julie H said...

This tea party looks just delightful, so welcoming,I am sure to visit again.

violette said...

I am impressed with the cakes !

Daisy Lupin said...

Thanks for visiting my blog. I have just been looking at your work on Flickr. I see you are attracted to the same sort of images that I am. I really love your altered books though they are beautiful. What is the little creature in the jam jar a baby fairy by any chance?

Izabella said...

Gypsy this is beautiful~

xo Bella

Deborah Gamble said...

Impressive party! Beautiful blog, glad I stopped by.

carlene federer said...

so,so pretty and what a great party for your mom! didn't realize you were from S. Africa, how cool!

nel said...

I always love a tea party...beautiful photos!

javagirl1111 said...

Wasn't the party FUN!

Thanks for visiting my blog- yours is lovely!

Anonymous said...

Looking at those wonderful tea party images I couldn't think but of a friend of mine back in the US, she would feel right at home with you, like you she has this talent of making a house into a beautiful home of a certain aura. I love it.
One of my oldest friends has lived many years in South Africa, and will move there again soon (the Africa link from my blog, that's her). So one day I shall visit your beautiful country.
Merisi

Laume said...

Wow, so glad I wandered in, albeit late. Such a lovely blog! I love the sweet and shabby chic look, but I'm drawn more to the bohemian/gypsy look myself. Busy day today but I'll have to come back soon to enjoy your images and words at my leisure.

The Decorated House said...

Oh that looks like a most wonderful party! Your mom must have been thrilled. You did a beautiful job.
Donna

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