GINGERBREAD PEPPERMINT TEA

Welcome to the 43rd Tea Time Tuesday 
Run, Run, Run as fast as you can to see my Gingerbread Man Tea! 
In my Native American Indian Family Room
First photos are Tea Setting without food.
Place setting with Girl cup and plate 
Gingerbread Man Tea Pot
On the left is the Gingerbread Sugar Bowl, with creamer
Three Tier filled with peppermint plates and gingerbread man and lady plates
Sitting by the warm fire in the wood heater, I should say stove. 
My husband loves to cook on the top. I had hoped we would get the glass door 
wood heater in this year, it sits in a shed waiting to come in. lol
Now for the Goodies
On the top tier is Rice Krispies Treats molded into gingerbread men, and a wreath.
Made by my daughter, Suzette
On the second tier are Brownies with pecans
On the third tier are Chocolate Chip Scones
I like to put my scones on the bottom, to serve while still warm,
Etiquette says to place scones in on the middle tier 
Close up of the goodies!
Suzette, Thank you for making these Rice Krispie Treats, they are adorable!
Small Gingerbread Man Chef ornament
A close up just for Gloria! 
Here he is! 
Aprons used on back of chairs
I think the Tea turned out adorable!  Since I thew it together this afternoon.
I have been doing a Gingerbread and Peppermint Table Setting since 2008, 
This is the first time I used my collection for a Tea.
Just so Yummy!
I collect each year more Gingerbread men, and peppermint.
My table and buffets will be covered with new things this year. I will show it next week, 
for we have Christmas Breakfast with this setting and the Grandchildren love it!
Place setting with a Tea Cookie
They are so delicious!
I just adore these dishes! 
Above view
Just Adorable, don’t you think??
 Notice I have Drapes up! Yeah Hubby cut Ash Tree limbs,
 and used a draw knife to take off the bark.  I hope to add some fabric,
 and beading to the leather drapes.
The drapes were hung last night and the wrinkles will fall out soon!
Vinyl Tablecloth: from Walmart
Napkins: from Pier One
Aprons: from Pier One and Dollar General
Peppermint Plates, Gingermint pattern: from Cracker Barrel 
Gingerbread men and ladies: from Cracker Barrel and Dollar General
Tea Set: from Cracker Barrel
Gingerbread Man and Lady Cups: from Cracker Barrel
All other Ornaments: from Dollar General
Gingerbread Men and Lady plates and small bowls: from Burke’s
Thank You for Joining me for Tea Time Tuesday
As Always Save A Cup Of Tea For Me!
Lady Katherine
I will be joining:
Marty at A Stroll Thru Life
 Susan at Between Naps On The Porch
Michael Lee at Designs By Gollum
Laurie at Bargain Hunting With Laurie
The Tablescaper
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10 thoughts on “GINGERBREAD PEPPERMINT TEA

  1. Love the gingerbread men and ladies! I need to take a picture of my cream and sugar gingerbread men to show you. Have a wonderful Christ filled Christmas!

  2. Dearest Lady Katherine…I just adore your gingerbread tea! I totally love gingerbread pieces and usually deck my entire kitchen out but time has gotten away from me this year. Maybe next year 🙂

    CHRISTmas Blessings!
    Gail

  3. Lady K, you have the cutest Christmas tea pretties! I know your grands must love spending time with you. What fun to have Christmas tea at your home. Thanks for sharing and for hosting Tea Time Tuesday.
    Happy Holidays! ~ Sarah

  4. Hi Katherine! Your tea table setting is just darling. I love all of the gingerbread men and ladies! Thank you for a lovely tea party. I wish you a blessed Christmas and may you spend the day with those you love.

    Love,
    Susan and Bentley
    xxoo

  5. Lovely as usual, Katherine! Wishing you a very Merry Christmas, sweetie and a joyful, New Year! Haven’t been able to visit much, but want you to know that I’m thinking of you!

    Love and hugs!
    Becky

  6. Hello! What a charming, whimsical tablesetting! Just love your collection of Gingerbreadmen/ladies 🙂
    The food looks so wonderful – I’d be delighted to share tea with you!
    Hope you have a terrific day,
    Kathy

  7. Thank you for sharing your festive tea setting…I love gingerbread and also rice crispy treats!
    May you enjoy a blessed Christmas!

  8. OMGoodness, Lady, I had my tea post up by late Monday and came over to link with you. Mr. Linky wasn’t up yet so I decided to come back later. Well, I FORGOT to come over and link. So sorry.
    Anyway, I am linked with you now. 🙂

    I love your gingerbread tea. Everything looks sooo good. Just beautiful.

    Have a wonderful Christmas with your sweet family.
    xo bj

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