Wednesday, October 4, 2017

FALL COLLAGES for "Friends Sharing Tea"

Today I am moving my blog party
back to it's fall and winter name
which is "Friends Sharing Tea".


My old scarecrow tea
 lady
 is here to greet
you at the door!


It's always fun to change up my armoire
for each season with tea wares that
reflect the calendar. 



And the buffet top:



And this is actually part of a "Perk-o-lator"
coffee pot I found recently which holds a
big 8 cups so I plan to use it for tea as
I think it has a "Jane Austen" feel about it
with the silhouettes on it.


More porch decorations:





We are having some much needed
rain today.  My heart is heavy as
I am sure your's is about the
shootings in Nevada.
  Let's pray for
our country.


I hope you can join my tea time blog party
today - I am linking with these:
Tuesday Cuppa Tea

16 comments:

[email protected] Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Good morning Bernideen,
What a wonderful porch you have! I love the colour of the door and the fat pumpkin on the bench looks so homely. Love your armoire filled with autumnal china and what a unique percolator! I have a pyrex one from when I was first married and I just can't seem to part with it. As always, your home is warm and inviting and thank you for having us.

Blessings,
Sandi

[email protected] Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

I always love being greeted by your lady scarecrow, dear Bernideen! She is sooooo darling! Your armoire looks beautiful, and so do all your decorations around your home for this cozy time of the year. Thank you for hosting and sharing with us each and every week.

Szara Sowa said...

What charming English china doggies You have. Have a nice tea party.

Louca por porcelana said...

Thanks for hosting,Bernideen!Gorgeous porcelains in your post.Hugs,Maristella.

Margie said...

Hooray for the return of the purple dress-wearing scarecrow lady! Large (8-10 cup) teapots are uncommon so your Jane Austen teapot is a great find! Your fall decor is so charming. Thank you for hosting, Bernideen.

Michele said...

Hi Bernideen! Nice to see you again - and you've got your lovely home truly festive with autumn splendor!

Thank you for the linky party - it's nice to be back. I have missed you!
Hugs! ♥

jeanniemc said...

I love Miss Tea Scarecrow! The porch is adorable...I love fall in the Midwest--we will have our fall in the desert in November!!

Jean | DelightfulRepast.com said...

Bernideen, you are amazing! So many lovelies! I wish I could have used one of the photos that show my pie with the matching cup and saucer. I have just two of these trios - one yellow and one pink.

Deanna Rabe said...

I am happy to be joining you this week! Showing off my wee pumpkin teapot!

Susan said...

Your tea cup collection is one to be admired. Happy Fall, my friend, XOXO

Karen said...

Hi Bernideen,
Visiting your post today has helped my sadness. It has been a very upsetting week in the world with the Las Vegas tragedy and my heart is breaking too. I love your china and all of your Autumn pretties. Blessings, Karen

Rosemary said...

Love your fall decor! The year is marching right along and thoughts of the holidays are bouncing around my head!

Ruth W said...

Hi Bernideen. Your fall decorating is lovely! Love the porch, hutch and all. The collages are wonderful! Thanks so much for hosting, and have a glorious autumn week!
Ruth

Daniela said...

Dearest Bernideen,
I've been missing you and your wonderful blog posts so much, cherished friend !

Sincerely grateful for all the Beauty you always share,
I'm sending hugs and ever much love to you

XOXO Dany

Marilyn Miller said...

I adore your porch bench!! Yes, it is time to change things up for the season. My brown transferware cups came out last week and the pink has been put to the back of the stack. I love sipping tea out of seasonal teacups. Your decorations are just fun!

Curtains in My Tree said...

If anybody can change up beautiful sets of dishes for different seasons it's definitely you Bernideen.
Love the sweet tea pot with the silhouettes, really love everything you have and show