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Monday, February 20, 2012

a little tea break




my Valentine bouquet ~ pink carnations and baby's breath





and a little tea break


pretty napkin, teamug (Royal Albert) and sugar cookies on a Limoges saucer ~ luxury


baby's breath


Finally, the last of the heart cookies :)

I'm going to try to stop baking cookies for a few weeks.
I eat way too many of them and it's just too
much sugar.   (I'll let you know if I fail this test)

Joining Sandi at Rose Chintz Cottage for:


Have a sweet free day!



Blessings,

Pamela





24 comments:

  1. Beautiful pictures, Pamela. We volunteer to eat your cookies for you! :)

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  2. Your carnation close up is stunning!

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  3. These are beautiful photos! You can't beat flowers, cookies and tea!

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  4. Gorgeous shots - inspired!
    Just ship those cookies out here and I'll take care of them for you!

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  5. Hi Pamela,
    I love your cookies. Cookies, to be seen on the screen, don't fatten. Your tea table looks so inviting. I hope you do not have problems with sugar.
    Bets greetings, Johanna

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  6. Hello Pamela
    Cookies are my downfall too; at least when they're homemade you know what's in them.
    Your tea table is pretty, very spring-like.
    Judith

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  7. Good morning Pamela,
    Your carnations and baby's breath are so pretty; love them. My hubby loves a cookie with his tea and yours look wonderful. Lovely teacup too. Thanks for sharing your spring-like post with us. Hope you have sweet day!

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  8. Beautiful carnations and baby's breath ... beautiful shots to go with the lovely teacup and cookies. I'll help eat them! Happy Tea Day!

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  9. Hello Pamela, your photos are wonderful. So bright and vivid. Your tea vignette is lovely with the carnations. You are so funny with the comment about taking a break from baking cookies. It is difficult to pass them up. Enjoy your week! Linda

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  10. I'd volunteer to eat those cookies but I'm trying the same thing as you :( lol

    I have a husband who'd be happy to volunteer :)

    Pretty teatime!

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  11. It all looks so very pretty, Pamela! I have been baking cookies, but not eating as many lately. Hubby takes care of that. :)
    Hope you are having a wonderful week!
    Hugs,
    Zuzu

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  12. Aren't they pretty Valentine flowers.....lucky girl! And wouldn't you know it I just happen to love heart shaped cookies, unfortunately these old hips don't. Lovely post my friend. Diane

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  13. I did not get any flowers this year and I really dooooo love flowers. But then again I was flying over the country on that day so I guess I can let that go. :)
    Anyway, yours look lovely and those cookies look extra tasty. You actually tempt be to make a pot of tea and "pretend" that I am enjoying a cookie such as that. Perhaps I can just stare at that photo while sipping?

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  14. Hi sweet Pamela! I love those cookies, I bet there's none left, should've come earlier! Your flowers are so lovely. Thank you for your lovely and kind visit darling. Hope you're having a great week.
    FABBY

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  15. I love your photo closeups of the carnation and baby's breath, Pamela. They look like small worlds of beauty. I also love cookies -- I'm trying hard not to eat any until after my daughter's wedding ;)

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  16. Pamela
    I hear you about those cookies! I have the same problem!
    I have the same teacup as yours. But I didn't get any pretty, pink
    Valentine carnations!

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  17. Hi: Thank you for following my blog. It was so nice to have you visit. Your cookies look so good. Love the tea cup. What a lovely post. I will visit again often. Blessings, Martha

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  18. Gorgeous photos, as always!
    Let me know how your cookie strike is going!
    I am a sucker for sweets too.
    :)
    xox
    A

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  19. Pamela, Your photos are so beautiful! I love your tea time set with the Royal Albert mug and sugar cookies. There must be a special something about being named Pamela for I just love all kinds of cookies, too. Happy Tea Party! Pam

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  20. Pamela, you always have the most beautiful photos! The cookies look great also. If my mother would stop making sweet treats and bringing them to our house, then I could really try to be healthy! She just loves to cook, but I am really trying to cut out the sugar. Thanks for stopping by:-)

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  21. Hi Pamela... Carnations and Babies Breath ... I love it !!!! and miss the flowers ... I'm wishing for Spring.. however you have given me a ' pause ' in my sighing..... a tea party with yummy cookies excites my palette... Thanks ... Hugs

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  22. Beautiful flowers! I made cookies yesterday but since I've cut back on white sugar and flour they really didn't agree with me!

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  23. Hi Pamela,
    Beautiful flowers, lovely photos!
    The one with the baby's breath is just so pretty!
    All the Best,
    Christine

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