Thursday, September 16, 2010

Scone Queen's Tea Party Fun:

Welcome to another tea-lightful, 'Tuesday And Wednesday Teatime In blogland'!

This week I am joining in with these tea parties; the 20th , 'Teapot And Tea Things Tuesday' @ and also @

.., And also @  for the 48th, 'Tuesday Tea For Two', and also the 39th, 'Wednesday Tea For Me And Thee'.

I am also linking in with Martha and Terri's, Teacup Tuesday this week @

And the lovely,  Teatime Tuesday ,  at dear Lady Katherine's which is held weekly  @

And also with dear Sandi for, TeaTime Tuesday @

If the fact that I adore Tea time is not evident by the existence of
this blog, one need look no further than my repeated afternoon tea parties!
In my life there is always room for tea!     
I also very much enjoy collecting lovely antique teacups and teapots!

Please help yourself to my new, 'The Tea Trolley' blog button that you are free to use on your own blog's sidebar..,

Hello out there in Blogerland.., 
I HAVE co-hosted two teas this past Summer with my dear friend, from the Silken Purse in her lovely home on the east coast of Canada.  Just as soon as I can manage it, I will get the Paper Princess to share pictures from our first intimate tea, and I will share with you some of the digital images from the later soiree held in honor of my 16th Wedding Anniversary, attended by friends and family.  It was so lovely to be in my native province once again, surrounded by dear, if-not-often-near ones. Just back a week from my wanderings in the east, I am still a bit exhausted, but I will try ever-so-hard to get some images up soon.

Meanwhile.......! I have just joined a new website called on a trial basis.  The deal was that if you agreed to order a free DVD for which you must pay only the shipping and handling fee, you get to preview the website for free for one month.  As one of my passions is cake decorating, the subject of this particular website, I thought I would give it a try to see what they have to offer.  As it turns out, there is a lot on this little site that is quite exciting and informative.  I am not yet convinced that I will join on a full-time basis, but for now, I am pursuing it quite mercilessly, gaining every bit of knowledge I can.  Give it a preview if you like and share with me your opinions and insights.

May He who loves you best be with you all until next time!..,

Please enjoy some pictures of afternoon tea treats and our little tea..,

For many more "tea-lightful" pictures look below..,

We enjoyed a lovely cream tea with a few sweets and sandwiches.., Enjoy!

~There were many glistening, berry reds in today's post with all of the luscious jams and jellies featured in these photos for our cream tea with scones , jam and clotted cream.

An elegant serving of scones and afternoon tea..,

Scones fresh and warm and fragrant from the oven; light, flaky, buttery, 'melt-in-your-mouth' goodness!..,

Uum!.., Scones and clotted cream with jam!..,

Yum!.., Cream tea..,

Sprinkled with a touch of confectioners sugar..,

Dear little butter pats with decorated sugar cubes.., 

Pretty chintz serve ware platter and teapot with a delightful cream tea..,

A few little sandwiches for good measure..,

 Here are some pictures from a tea party that Wanda Lee held in my; ( Scone Queen's), honour so that a few of her close friends could meet me on occasion of my visit from the west coast; ( after the passing of my elderly father-in-law, in the past months).., I came a week earlier than my husband, so as to visit my family and friends as well..,

Warmest regards from Scone Queen


  1. What a lovely tea party! So am I to understand that you too are from the East coast? How nice of Wanda to have a tea party for you! Everything looks wonderful. I am so happy that you were able to visit. Thank you for sharing your splendid pictures and have a wonderful weekend.


  2. I love your tea party pictures. Right now I am just so into Silver and pink. I posted my last pink party for the summer today on Tablescape Thursday. Next week on to fall but I will miss my Summer Chintz china.

    Thanks for sharing.

  3. Dear Scone Queen,

    I so enjoyed having theses tea aparties together!..,

    Cheers and hugs from Wanda Lee

  4. A beautiful post indeed :)

  5. It was wonderful that you took the time to stop in for tea last week. I am still in catch up mode from my trip but tea is being served. Hope you can join the fun!
    Have a blessed week.

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  7. Thanks my friend for sharing these details from Scone Queen's Tea Party Fun. When I was a kid I too had fairy inspired tea sets, but I recently passed them to my own kids as my little girls love tea parties. On their upcoming birthday they want a carnival themed party so I am thinking to reserve the affordable convention center for that.