A couple of my nieces were visiting last week and while I was cooking some Dutch Babies  they decided we should have a quick impromptu tea party with our food.  

I'm all for the opportunity to play with my dishes and make fun little table arrangements so I was all in. 


We had a very short amount of time so we quickly gathered some dishes, including my new and vintage Fiestaware and vintage pyrex cups and saucers and set the table.

 

I truly love my dishes.  I've collected them since I was in college.  The colors and bold patterns of all my pieces make me so happy.


 


 I also love mis-matched colorful dishes, don't you?




I am developing a bit of an obsession with candle stick holders as well.  I keep coming across cute ones and thrift stores and yard sales and I just cannot resist the urge to scoop them up.


Unfortunately since we were in such a hurry I didn't get many pictures other than these few I shot before our food and tea was finished, but we had a fun little time sipping hot black tea with milk and fresh dutch babies.  

I also wanted to share one of the newest additions to my shop.


This pink & zebra feather headband can be made to fit all sizes from newborns to big girls




Oh, and while we were taking our pictures some friendly little creatures swam up to visit....


You can use discount code "welcome2012" to get 20% off this new headband and everything else in the shop, including our clearance items.

Monday afternoon update: You can go to our Facebook Page & share this picture and you will automatically be entered to win all of it. (The only rule is that you have to be a follower of our Facebook page)

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Tags: children, dishes, mom, party, tablescape, tea, vintage

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