Saturday, October 18, 2014

MAKING AFTERNOON TEA TRAYS



This week my hubby has been making tea trays for
 my shop and I just have to share two I am keeping:







If you have a drill - you will need the glass/china bit for it.  Expect to break some and one will only last so long.  My hubby made 7 sets on one bit but broke another pretty early on.  Don't buy the cheapest bit either as it won't last!



14 comments:

[email protected] said...

Your tea trays are stunning and what a cleaver idea. Thanks so much for sharing how to make them. Hubby did a great job.
Mary

My Cottage Diary said...

I can see why you want to keep those, Bernideen. They are lovely! Bess

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

These are nice Bernideen, your hubby did a good job.

Carolyn said...

They are so pretty. My husband made a couple for me also.

Carolyn

Susan Clayton said...

Lovely!

Ruthie Miller said...

I have been collecting china to have my hubby do make some of those too. I thought they would make great gifts. Thank you for the advice. I love the ones you kept.
Best, Ruthie

kitty said...

Your hubby is such a sweetie, Bernideen. The tea trays turned out so nicely. They'll be lovely for displaying all your tea treats.

Shelia said...

Hi Bernideen! Oh, these little tea trays are just darling and kudos to your hubby! I know you'll get lots of use from them. Thanks so much for popping in to see me and I hope you're doing well.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

The Victorian Girl said...

Those are so pretty! I'm sure they will go very fast.

Beth said...

These are beautiful, Bernideen! Kudos to your hubby!

FABBY'S LIVING said...

Your tea services are gorgeous, each one, dear Bernideen, I am smitten with them! Your hubby is a gem and very talented, wow!
Have a great week.
FABBY

Martha's Favorites said...

Hi Bernideen: I love how beautiful they turned out. What a wonderful idea. Have a great week. Blessings, Martha

Jill said...

Oh my. I have never thought of making a tea set. I think I could practice on some inexpensive plates. Thank you.

Rosemary and Thyme said...

What a treasure. They are gorgeous Bernideen. I would have a hard time letting them go too.

Your hubby did a great job. Thanks for sharing the idea.

Janet