Saturday, 31 March 2012

Tearoom at Mum's Virtual Spring Fair

The china cabinet has been raided .....


The tables are set ....


The tea is made and brewing nicely .....


Because .....

It's the day of


I've been allotted the tea room - hope there are enough vintage cups and saucers to go round!


Looking forward to displaying all the scrumptious cakes on my cake stands.


Can't wait to have a look round all the other stalls and events - come on over to Mum's place and see what's going on - there's sure to be something for everyone!

Love, Liz
Had a great day ... absolutely shattered ... and now ...


the washing up!

24 comments:

Cathy said...

Hello Liz
What nicer thing is there to do but sit down, rest your legs and have a nice cup of tea. AND having it served in beautiful bone china with a floral pattern makes it taste all the nicer.
If you have a spare minute of two pop over and see my knititng
Take care
Cathy

Cathy @ Still Waters

petals and vintage said...

Ha! The dreaded washing up! Your china is adorable. I will be over for tea! xx

Lakota [Faith Hope and Charity Shopping] said...

I'm pretty sure you didn't run of china, not with that collection! My favourites are the (handpainted?) pair on the right of your penultimate photo, with yellow wild roses. Beautiful.

dreamer said...

Lovely tea stall :)
Black tea for me no sugar, thanks x

Riitta Sinikka said...

Hi! So beautiful and lovely! Have a happy day, Liz!

Mum said...

Oh, pretty, pretty, pretty. I must come over to help you. In fact I'm sure many people will volunteer to play with your tea sets and you may even get some of them to help with the washing up. Thank you so much for joining in, I've loved my cup of tea and also my china fix. Enjoy the rest of the fair.
Love from Mum
xx
PS You seem to have my dresser there!!!

MomWaldsPlace said...

YOU are so much fun! Mum too!

Kylie said...

Look at all those pretty tea cups you've collected Liz! Gorgeous! And your tea cosy is a star (as it should be - can't wait to bring mine out when our renos are done btw)
x

p.s. I'd help with the washing up if I was there!

Rachael said...

Aw this looks so much fun! Love that cake stand you have.

Jane and Chris said...

I'm still dithering about my choice of cup..really drawn to the one with little pink roses..OK the little pink rose tea cup for me please!
Jane x

Ann@A Sentimental Life said...

The cups and saucers are gorgeous!

Little Nell said...

That looks like fun!

vintage grey said...

Oh, I love all the tea cup sets!! So beautiful!! Wish I could come for tea!! Have a lovely weekend! xo Heather

Mum said...

I hope you got my other comment earlier on in the day. I just popped by for another look at your glorious china. If you didn't get my other comment - thank you so much for taking part. You're a star.
Love from Mum
xx

21 Wits said...

What fun I've had, thanks for sharing tea with me!

Kandi said...

Ooohh lovely, I love vintage crockery! I'm green with envy at your china cabinet.
kandi x

Unknown said...

aahh such a sweet post. You have some very pretty china, dee x

Sarah said...

Thanks for supplying the drinks today, we all need a place to ponder our purchases. I really love the cup I used with the tree (4th pic down) ;-)

sky-blu-pink said...

Looks like such a fun day - too bad I'm in London! Love the new banner!

Pam of Eastlake Victorian said...

So many pretty teacups and saucers! It's nice seeing them all out and together for the virtual tea!

-Pam

Diane said...

What beautiful china. I would offer to help with the washing up, but I'd be so scared that I would break something..... I enjoyed your blog today.

carole johnston said...

How gorgous your tea room was,i loved dropping by especially as I love collecting cups and saucers and thought you presented yours beautifully,well done all that hard work..you are a star!

Scarlett said...

I would totally be in your tea room, admiring all the beautiful china! Scarlett x

Maria Andrade said...

What a funny post, Liz!
You've got some lovely tea cups and cake plates.
You know, I loved the trip to your very beautiful country. And the weather was superb!
I passed Brier Road in Glasgow, but inside the bus of the City Tour, so... :(
Hugs