SANTA TEA

Welcome to the 42nd Tea Time Tuesday
the Beverage and Bakery Center
Thank you for joining me today for a whimsical Santa Tea Setting.

Chocolate Licorice in the cups, love it with black tea! Try it!

I have always love this sign I usually have it on the mantel above the stockings, not finished decorating, My grandchildren decorated my Tree, and I love it.
Santa Heads, from a garage sale years ago

 Place setting
I had to turn the table around for the sun was not letting me take pictures through the back doors.
You can see My home is lived in, basket of colors, papers for toy wishes. lol
 Santa book to read to the grandchildren
The floors in my house are all heart pine, four inches wide.

Vinyl tablecloth: from Walmart
Santa Table Scarf: Fabric from garage sale
 Red Garnet Desert Plates and Cups: from Walmart
Santa Desert Plates: from Walmart
Napkins: from Pier One
Pierced Heart Tea Set: from Ross

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
for Seasonal Sunday

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26 thoughts on “SANTA TEA

  1. What child wouldn’t love that tea party? My granddaughters would for sure. Thanks for the opportunity to join the party. Christmas blessings to you and yours.

  2. Hello, Lady Katherine …

    Oh, my, I love your Santa plates. Everything is so pretty in the pretty red and white colors that you chose.

    Thank you for letting me link up to your party today.

    Take care, and God bless you!

    Kathy

  3. I love this—You’re also a burgundy Christmas Girl!!

    Almost every decoration in the house is sorta geared around a big burgundy sofa my Mother left me, and so the reds of Christmas have gently declined. It’s an elegant color, I think, and the muted ones are so lovely and simple this time of year.

    I’d love to have a place and a cup at that table. What is the stirrer in the cup?

    Beautiful as always, Lady K.,

    rachel

    PS—I LOVE your floors!! I love walking on wood, and especially the old places with a creak here and there. We took up all the carpet and ours is that 2″ yellow shiny pine, not nearly so classy as your wide boards with a gentle patina.

  4. Hi Lady K,
    Such a fun tea this week. Makes me smiles and remember my Santa mug from years ago. Thank you for hosting and sharing at TTTT.
    Have a blessed week.Pam

  5. Now that is a Santa table setting that would draw any little ones in for a good time sharing tea and treats with Grandma & Grandpa! Your Grandchildren must have the best time with you~ wonderfully colorful, and evoking a pure childish joy of Santa Claus.

  6. Oh you have really outdone your self this time!! Everything looks beautiful. And do you want to hear something funny I have that teapot and those dishes and I would have never thought to pair them together!! Great idea thanks for sharing that ~Happy Tea Time ~& Merry Christmas Love Heather

  7. Your Santa tea is adorable. Love your tablecloth and the Santa plates. Your white teapot is really pretty too. Thanks for hosting, Lady Katherine, and Merry Christmas to you.
    blessings, Beth

  8. Love your table and I wish I could just sit down and have a cup of tea with you. Merry Christmas and a Happy and Healthy New Year. Thanks for sharing.
    Joyce

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