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Saturday, September 24, 2011

"Tea in the Garden" at Kainga.

Hello,

I wonder what is happening at Kainga?


Would you like to come to "Tea in the Garden"?

 
The pretty cups are out.


Pink roses are picked and placed in a little milk jug.


Roses and Geraldton Wax a native that is in full bloom now fill the vase.


A rose scented candle is lit. The sun is shining.



I hope you can join me.


I will show you around the garden and give you the link to Michelle's pattern "Tea in the Garden"

Happy days.
Bev C.

25 comments:

shez said...

how lovely Bev

Notjustnat said...

This is lovely. Yes please I would like to come for tea in the garden. Lovely flowers too - thank you Nat

Sharon said...

Oh what fun it would be to have tea with you in the garden! I LOVE your flowers!

Jeannie said...

I would love to be there with you! Your table looks so beautiful. I love the wax flowers and roses. We get the wax flowers at the florist and I always wondered where they grew. Enjoy your time in the garden.

Jeanette said...

What time Bev? :) lol. It all looks gorgeous & so relaxing.

rosie said...

I will come anytime Bev, for tea in the garden with you!! That is a lovely setting and beautiful flowers.. enjoy...

Melody said...

What a beautiful post Bev. Thank you.

Tarnyia said...

Oh WOW that looks so inviting and pretty... the roses are gorgeous too... thank you for the pattern xxx

Fiona said...

It all looks just lovely... I'll be there.... and your version of Michelles design is so pretty... just perfect..
Hugz

Cubby House Crafts said...

Oh that so beautiful Bev! With your pretty china, flowers and tablecloth! My geraldton is in flower at the moment too...but mine seems to be a bit lighter in colour than yours
Lisa

Terriaw said...

I would LOVE to come have tea in the garden, especially with such gorgeous flowers and beautiful tea cups. What a lovely setting! I hosted a tea party a few years ago for my aunts, cousins, and young nieces. So much fun playing tea party, isn't it!

Pauline said...

A perfect setting for a tea party, Bev. I promise I will be on my best behaviour!

Karen said...

I can see everyone sitting there in the beautiful sunshine enjoying a cuppa and admiring the garden and the sewing!

Anita said...

Hi Bev, It's a lovely day for a tea party! Sun is shining already!! Have a great day. Regards, Anita.

Sue said...

Boy, I would love to join you for Tea in the Garden! Everything looks so perfect and inviting. I really love that little quilt and all those lovely dishes!

Roseanne said...

It all look good bev can I come love a good afternoon cuppa and the table set beautifully with all those lovey cups and flowers.

Val said...

The tea party looks so nice. Michelle's pattern makes a perfect cloth. By the way I noticed the title of the post before and just had to scroll down to see the sex scene :D

Maria said...

Would love to have tea with you Bev. The table looks lovely all set out in it's finery.

Robyn G. said...

Oh yes Bev :-)
What a lovely place to be!
It is pouring rain here today and very heavily.
A gorgeous pattern too from Michelle.

Lounging with a Latte said...

Tea in the garden...it looks lovey and I would loved to have joined you sipping from the delicate cups and enjoying the surrounds.

Michelle Ridgway said...

I'll be there shortly so don't start without me. I love it....your teaparty looks gorgeous.

Queen Of The Armchair aka Dzintra Stitcheries said...

Yes please I would love to come to tea and smell all the scents!!! Thank you Bev...Dzintra

Simone de Klerk said...

Oh Bev, what a wonderful feeling, these pictures give! It makes me so happy!

Mitzi Curi said...

Beautiful, Bev! The leaves are just started to fall here. Isn't that amazing? Just the idea that we're connected yet so far away. Sometimes I can't get over it!

Jenny said...

Oooh I would love to be sharing a cuppa with you!!