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Make your own Teapot favor quickly and easily with a few punches and the Deco Label Big Shot Die. See pictures of all supplies and shopping source here.
Add a special touch to your little girl's birthday party with these fun Tea Time party blowouts Pink blowouts each feature a paper medallion reading Tea Time and a teapot logo These precious pink noisemakers are sure to be a hit at your next tea party Dimensions: 2W x 4H Material(s): paper/plastic Pack includes 96 of the item shown
Oval Tibetan Style Alloy Synthetic Turquoise Beads, Cadmium Free & Nickel Free & Lead Free, Antique Silver Size: about 13.5mm wide, 24mm long, hole: 2mm.
This year, I have hosted two wedding showers for her friends and am co-hosting a baby shower for her this weekend. Although I thoroughly enjoy pulling together the details, I would like to encourage others by saying that we all have something to offer and the best parties are a wonderful compilation of individual efforts. Tip: Determine a theme specific to the guest of honor, explore options and begin. This upcoming baby shower is a tea party theme (“more Mad Hatter, and less old lady,” as Brooke requested) and the finger sandwiches are being purchased from a local tea house. Two side dishes, two desserts and three different beverages are being provided by friends and family, as well as a couple of games and favors. A friend’s beautiful home will be the venue and tomorrow we begin the transformation. I have dozens of decorative items set aside: things that I have pulled from my own inventory, collected from friends and family and purchased from thrift and craft stores over the past several weeks. This tea party will be colorful, eclectic and light-hearted, featuring lime greens, hot pinks, oranges, yellows and bright blue accents. Materials include distressed white metal, old brass, clear, colored and mercury glass and antique silver. Bright flowers, teacups, saucers and teapots will abound, with ribbon, bird cages, candlesticks and an assortment of books, both old, weathered classics and colorful picture books. Onesies, baby socks and diapers will be used where color is needed, as well as strung together over the mantle with lettering to create a banner proclaiming, “It’s a girl. The last shower I hosted was for my daughter’s friend Tiffany. Months before, as she admired an Audrey Hepburn poster on a trip to Monterey, I committed to hosting a “Breakfast for Tiffany” shower and slowly began to gather the aqua, pearls, glitter and glam that are reflective of this young lady’s girly style. A small votive chandelier (now in Brooke’s nursery) was purchased and a movie poster was painted. Aqua invites suggested guests don little black dresses and pearls, and mimosas were served upon arrival. Favors of large solitaire diamond key rings were passed out in square aqua boxes and the bride-to-be’s mother brought in at least a dozen individual bouquets. The highlight, however, was hearing friends talk about Tiffany and her fiance and feeling all the love and support that surrounded them. A few months prior, Brooke served as maid of honor for a theater friend and she decided on a ’50s sock hop theme. She printed the invitations on a round album graphic with red, white, black and teal polka dots and invited partygoers to dress in period attire. I had the most fun creating a sundae bar, offering two kinds of ice cream and a dozen toppings, all spread out and randomly elevated on my kitchen counter atop a checked tablecloth. Mini cupcakes were decorated and displayed on tiered plates I fashioned by stacking vinyl albums onto glass candlesticks, and the space was accented with polka-dotted serving pieces, ’50s model cars and Coca Cola glasses. Party favors were vintage Coke bottles tied with striped ribbons and dotted paper straws, which were prominently displayed on the entry table in a large galvanized bucket. Let your next party reflect the guest of honor, and use what you have around you to create a fun and memorable event. Linda Lawrence is the owner of HouseCalls for Redesign. net or 728-2732, or visit housecalls4redesign. Source: www.calaverasenterprise.com
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Bright flowers, teacups, saucers and teapots will abound, with ribbon, bird cages, candlesticks and an assortment of books, both old, weathered classics and colorful picture books. Onesies, baby socks and diapers will be used where color is needed, as
On Wednesday, Mrs. Clinton will leave Long Island, where her husband has been spotted golfing and on Tuesday celebrated his 69th birthday alongside Jon Bon Jovi, to take her economic message to “reshuffle the deck” in favor of working Americans on the
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More than 60 recipes for making all the delectable treats you'll need for an afternoon tea party, including scrumptious scones, dainty tea sandwiches, savory appetizers, tea time sweets and the perfect pot of tea. Fifteen creative theme party ideas with suggestions for: invitations, games and activities, decorations, menu choices and party favors. Get out those teapots and create fond memories of lively conversation and laughter and fun.
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