Tea Party Ideas | Personal note - Love that the tea in this picture is Marco Polo, a tea I managed to bring back from Paris, so fruity and delicious.
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Looks so warm and cozy. I love the tea lights on the shelves! This is a small room like ours!
This hair color is so rich—like ribbons of honey and caramel. It has lots of pretty low-lights that frame Sienna's face in the most gorgeous way.
this is sooooo cool!!!! a log with tea lights, decorative leaves and mini pumpkins Sweet!!
Upcycled AriZona Green Tea Hairbow. This is cute! I did this too but instead I cut the tan into a rectangle and put it in a picture frame.
Repurposed veggie tray for tea storage. This is so neat. I have a whole drawer of boxes of tea bags that only have a few in them!
FINALLY!! This is it! Been trying to find a suitable office layout that is FUNCTIONAL. Love the lights under the shelves...and of course
The HMK 561 is a carbon fiber bike with special electrical properties that hold power right inside the frame. Carbon fiber is highly conductive so the designer uses it as a power distribution network instead of wires. The power drives the lights and the motors in between the rims but get this… there’s regenerative braking. All that energy drives a system that turns the wheels using a counter-turning axel in lieu of gears and chains.
Show Dad that he is loved by gifting him a keepsake photo in this charming sentiment frame from Prinz. $14.40
Love this! I initially thought "well, I'll never get to have some thing that expensive but that is a recycled bed frame used for a rustic drop spot. With decorative shower curtain hooks you could hang purses, book bags, calendars, keys, wreaths and so much more. (plus... I have that same type bed frame in my garage taking up space) :)
Crafted by Solholm in Bornholm, Denmark. I love that the teapot stand that has an opening for a tea light. I would cherish this set forever.
How cool is this? Glow in the dark dust that lights up your lawn and garden!
~ love the idea of using vintage tea cups as scoops in glass jars ~ what a pretty use for an orphan cup that is still beautiful ~
Tea Parties and Treasures
I love Christmas music and I love spin, so this week, I decided to combine the two. (I also love Christmas sweaters, scarves, snow, and boots, but could not quite figure out how to work that into my brilliant plan. I seriously considered wrapping my spin bike in Christmas lights…I still might.) This is a …
I love this idea of creating a bulletin board display of Christmas lights with the title "Books Make You Bright!" Have your students create large lights so that they can write about a book in the bulb section.
Show Grandpa that he is loved by gifting him a keepsake photo in this charming "Grandpa Is My Hero" frame from Prinz. $14.40
I love making use of chartreuse plants to lighten up shady areas, or for contrast. Shown here is a plant that I use in many spots in my landscape, Japanese Forest grass. This variety, 'All Gold', lights up in this beautiful perennial garden..Doug Harrington