Thursday, September 13, 2007


Welcome to my tea for two in a cozy master bedroom nook! This morning our tea is being served with a tea pot and cup collection by Thomas Kinkade. I love cottages and this set has a cottage on each piece including the saucers. The tea pot has "Home Is Where The Heart Is" painted and the cups and saucers have "Moonlight Cottage" Earl Grey is our tea for this morning along with a cinnamon roll ring fresh out of the oven.

How cozy it is to have tea and curl up to read wrapped in my handmade broomstick lace throw. Notice the bookmark. I collect bookmaker's and this one was cross stitched by my mother who stitched, LET GO, LET GOD! She added pretty pink ribbon to each end and it is truly my favorite made by her sweet and talented hands. Added to the table, a picture of my hubby and I on vacation last month. A yellow garden rose completes our cozy setting.

As this week winds down from all the wonderful tea parties, how relaxing it is to return to this spot, for what more, then a spot a tea. Thank you for stopping by today and have a wonderful day!


Unknown said...

Oh Celeste, this is so beautiful!! I LOVE that tea set!!! I love things with cottages on them too :) And those cinnamon rolls look so GOOD!!!! I love those. I agree, Earl Grey is the best wtih cakes and sweets! That picture of you and Larry is so adorable. He is very handsome Celeste! You two look perfect together.

I love this tea display this morning Celeste. So cozy to me on this chilly Michigan morning!

Love ya,

Unknown said...

Oh Celeste, I forgot to say how special the bookmark is! It is so pretty and I love the saying! I need to learn to do what it says more often. And of course, I love the broomstick blanket! Beautiful and romantic :)


vickie said...

A beautiful display, Celeste, those cinnamon rolls look yummy!
So cozy and inviting.

Connie said...

Just gorgeous, Celeste. I especially love the "tea cinnamon rolls"!! LOL And hubby looks like a sweetheart....

Bertie said...

Thank you, Celeste, for the wonderful teas this week! Your's are among the very best I've seen. You've done yourself proud, my friend! I can tell that a lot of thought, time and effort went into each setting and just wanted you to know it was very much appreciated.

Aunt May's Cottage

Sharon said...

Celeste everything is so pretty, it really has a nice restful and quiet feel of fall. Cinnamon buns, please save one for me.

Belinda said...

Just beautiful...and what nicer way could there be to spend the afternoon than with a good friend and a huge platter of fresh from the oven cinnamon buns?! :-)

Anonymous said...

What a wonderful comforting tea party! Thank you

Miss Rhea said...

Each day is more yummy than the next !! I am wanting to sample all of that marvelous food !! I love the Bunny tea, and the Toille tea the best. :)

Deb said...

Hello Celeste,

I just hopped over from Amy's Bunny Rose Cottage to visit your Thursday tea....seems you and I had the same theme today! :)

Your blog is lovely and so are all of your tea parties. I especially enjoyed looking at the pretty tags you made. I'm adding you to my blog list so I can come back to visit you often!

Best regards,

Secondhandrose said...

Wow Celeste, one is more beautiful than the next! I think you caught the blog bug too.

Lillibeth said...

I really enjoyed looking at all your lovely tea party variations! Wonderful ideas!

Tina Leavy said...

such a prety room and a lovely tea.

Anonymous said...

That is just beautiful and in your own private nook no less how wonderful. Enjoy your tea party.

Mary said...

I have had such fun looking at your teas this week. You have spent a lot of time sharing with all of us and I have looked forward to seeing them. I just found your blog this week but I have put you in my favorites. Your home is beautiful and I enjoyed reading about the special things on your tea tables. Thank you for sharing with us.

Anonymous said...

the cottages on the set and omg look at those cinammon rolls...

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

I have enjoyed attending all your tea parties! The tea for two is lovely, those rolls look so yummy!

My Old Country Roses tea party is still up (a few posts down) please come, the water in the tea pot is still hot!

I also have some tole painted items on my blog, I was also a member of NSTD

Stephanie ~ Angelic Accents said...

What a cozy, romantic spot for tea. Love seeing the pic of you & your hubby, too! What I would really like is one of those sticky cinnamon rolls ~ my FAVORITE food!!

I adore that cross-stitch bookmark that your mother made. So pretty & special.

Thanks for all your lovely teas this week!

Angelic Accents

Belinda said...

Hi again, Celeste! I am still peeking in to make sure I don't miss any red trays! And I tagged you for a ""7 Random Things" meme, if you would like to take part. :-)

Unknown said...

Celeste, thank you so much for reading about Parker and adding him to your prayers. God Bless You!!!

Love ya,

Natasha Burns said...

Oooooh more tea Celeste? You are totally amazing with your settings. Love it all!

Ele at abitofpinkheaven said...

Celeste, I just love looking at pictures of your house. I love your style and I love how you add touches that make everything extra beautiful.

Heather ~ Pretty Petals said...

I love this beautiful tea! Such a pretty little nook! Heather

Unknown said...

Hi Celeste!! :) Hope you and hubby are feeling much better today!

Love ya,

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Celestina Marie
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Welcome To Rose Garden Market from Celestina Marie Design. It is so nice to meet you. My name is Celestina Marie named after my grandmother and my friends call me Celeste.My creative journey extends over 30 years enjoying the love of painting and redesigning vintage and new treasures. I love to go treasure hunting and the fun of finding great vintage pieces to redesign..