Thursday, July 14, 2016

July Roses and Teacups

Hello My Sweet Teacup Friends!

I have missed you all and want to thank you for your kind words and thoughtfulness.

The roses and hydrangeas are still in bloom at the cottage.

Don't flowers and pretty pink teacups and teapots cheer you up?

The large rosy teapot is a Price Brothers Made in England.

and the smaller chintz is a James Kent.

I am enjoying the roses and hydrangeas indoors as well.  


Thank you for taking the time to visit me for Tea in the Garden today!

Enjoy the summer days ahead!

See you next time!

This week I will be joining these beautiful blogspots:

Bernideen's ~
Bernideen's Tea Time Cottage and Garden Blog Party
Tea in the Garden

Beverly ~
Pink Saturday

Martha ~ 
Tea on Tuesday

Tuesday Cuppa Tea

No Place Like Home

Hope to see you there!


  1. Dear Karen:
    Love - love this posting. I am going down to the basement to see if I have the same cup and saucer or one just similar! I think your hydrangea is amazing. What a beautiful setting. I just did my post to come out tomorrow as I am going with some other bloggers running around Friday and Saturday.

  2. Hi Karen, so glad you are back posting! I've missed your beautiful tea time! Such a lovely tea and setting today and I do love your chairs, so cute! Also what beautiful flowers in the background and your teapots are gorgeous! Wishing you a wonderful weekend and praying for you during this time when you are missing your Mom so much.
    Hugs, Nancy

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  4. I' ve missed you a lot! I'm very happy to see again your fairy tea time. The teapots are gorgeous both. I love all of your teacups, they are very very romantic

  5. So charming and romantic! Your hydrangeas are gorgeous!...Christine

  6. I've missed you, Karen, and am happy to see a post from you. What a pretty tea that you've set up for us to enjoy today. God bless you, Karen!

  7. Welcome back, Karen! Your outdoor tea is the epitome of "Pretty in Pink". I especially love the beautiful Sutherland teacup!

  8. Dear Karen,
    so truly sorry for your beautiful, sweet mom. Your tea today is exceptionally lovely! I love your china. So pretty.

  9. I love the beautiful flower backdrop for your tea. The tea is lovely.

  10. Lovely setting for tea time. I am a tea ware collector and I love everything roses. Enjoyed seeing your summer flowers. I missed mine. Soon it will be spring here in Australia. cant wait to see lots of flowers.
    Take care and have a wonderful week.

  11. It is so nice to see you back...I hope you have reached some is hard to lose a loved one. Bless you! You have given us a beautiful and serene tea...the teacups are all so lovely I would have a hard time choosing a favorite. And I love the vintage Price Bros teapot! Have a wonderful week, and continue to recover.

  12. Karen, just over from Bernideen's -- so glad to find another lovely tea friend! Your garden has me green with envy.

  13. So lovely Karen glad your back. All very nice and I love Hydreageous too. With love Janice

  14. Hello Karen...roses, hydrangeas and pink...what could be lovelier! Visiting from Bernideens...Mimi xxx

  15. Your garden is a lovely place to have a tea party. The china is beautiful.

  16. Hello Karen, I am so glad to see you here, and having a lovely tea outdoors. I have thought of you and been wishing you as much peace as one can have at this time. Your tea time is super lovely. The chairs are my favorite style of vintage. I think my grandmother had them and it reminds me of my lovely time with her. All your china is gorgeous, what a tea pot!

  17. Hi Karen: Love how you always share such beautiful tea parties out side. All your pieces are so pretty. How you and your family are doing well. Hugs, Martha

  18. Hello dear Karen,
    You have been missed, my friend. I have thought about you often and wondered how you were doing. It's lovely to have you back again.
    Your tea time is so pretty and I LOVE your chairs! You have chosen such sweet teacups and the teapots are lovely too. I have been too busy to have an outdoor tea this year and the weather doesn't always cooperate either. We have one or two nice sunny days and then a stretch of cold. I think that is why my roses haven't done well this year. It's been a funny summer. My son and his family from BC are arriving in a few days and I can't wait to see them!
    Hope you're doing well and thank you for sharing your pretties with us. xo