Thursday, September 13, 2007

Cabin-Woods Tea



In honor of Storybook Woods Autumn Bliss, I decided to prepare a Cabin-Woods Tea. Brent and the boys took some time off work this week to go to the cabin and spend some days building on the new woodshed and bunk-house. As I packed the ice chests with food for the family, I tucked in some treats that I thought would make a rustic tea party for everyone to enjoy during a work-break.

9 comments:

  1. La-Te-Dah, I think this is the perfect Autumn tea !!!! Just perfect xoxox Clarice

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  2. What a wonderful back drop for your wonderful tea!!! Yikes

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  3. How inviting for a country girl!! You have a knack for arranging the nicest teas, and I really enjoy reading about them and seeing all the pictures! Makes me wish I was there!

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  4. Oh my, I almost missed this tea! Wait a minute, I'll be right there....well, on second thought, if I really come, I'll probably never come back. Oh well, thanks for letting me dream a minute. I can almost smell that fresh mountain air!

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  5. Oh, I wish I could have joined you! It looks so inviting, relaxing and WONDERFUL! ~Adrienne~

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  6. How perfectly charming! I would never have thought such a beautiful table could be set in your lovely rustic setting, but how wrong I would've been.

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  7. Everything is so beautiful and delicious looking! You're so creative, with an eye for color and texture and putting it all together. I am vicariously enjoying your lovely teas =)

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  8. All I can say is, "I want a cabin"!Cindi

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  9. This remains one of my very favorite photos! I adore the idea of having a tea time picnic in a rustic setting. In fact, that is how I found this post again..."rustic tea" or something close to that!

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