Monday, June 27, 2011

Tea For Two~Cozy Morning Devotional for Tea Time Tuesday

Welcome to my tea for two. 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 says, "Home Is Where The Heart Is" and the cups and saucers have a painting of "Moonlight Cottage"

Tea Pot Cottage~

Cups and saucers cottage~

Irish Breakfast is our tea for this morning, along with a cinnamon roll ring fresh out of the oven. Please join us as we could never eat all these rolls alone.

How cozy it is to have tea and curl up to read a morning devotional. Notice the cross stitched bookmark. I collect bookmaker's and this one was cross stitched by my mother and it says, 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 from our vacation last year. A yellow garden rose completes our cozy setting.

From a page in one of my favorite Thomas Kinkade art and inspirational books, is this poem by an unknown author.

Home is where the heart is,
The soul's bright guiding star.
Home is where real love is,
Where our own dear ones are.
Home means someone waiting,
To give a welcome smile.
Home means peace and joy and rest,
And everything worthwhile.
Author unknown

Thank you for joining me for tea.
To visit more wonderful teas, visit Sandi of Rose Chintz Cottage our lovely hostess for Tea Time Tuesday.

I'll be back with my recent bathroom redo to share. But today, I am knee deep in the studio swinging paint brushes and putting some final touches on my studio for the upcoming Where Bloggers Create studio spaces third annual party. The tour takes place July 15th and for more info refer to my right sidebar at the top. Click there to visit or join the fun with the talented Karen, from My Desert Cottage.

Have a wonderful Summer day,
Celestina Marie


Susan said...

Once again Celestina, a very beautiful post!

Stephanie ~ Angelic Accents said...

Hi Celeste! Such a pretty new look to your blog! Love the sweet TK teapot and cups and saucers. Your rolls look yummy! Did Miss B get a bite?!?

Love you,
Angelic Accents

Anonymous said...

Oh how I love hot rolls... especially the sweet ones. Your little corner is simply divine & very welcoming. Lovely post once again. Hugs. tammy

Mariette's Back to Basics said...

Dearest Celestina Marie,

THANK YOU SO MUCH for your kind words!!! What a gift to find on a Monday morning...
Hope your week will be gifted as well. This tea was very special again, even though I cannot have the sweets. But looking at such thoughtful setting is already rewarding.

Lots of love,


Betty said...

Your teaset is so pretty. I have always loved Thomas Kincade's work even though I do not have any of his art yet. He is truly talented.

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Celestina Marie,

How lovely to come and visit you for tea today, thank you.
The Thomas Kincade teaset is wonderful and the cinnamon roll ring fresh out of the oven...yum!
Wishing you a lovely week


Debbie-Dabble Blog and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Celestina Marie,
I love Thomas Kinkaide and have a few pieces of his myself!!
Such a beautiful tea setting!!

I too have to get my Craft / Sewing Room cleaned and straightened up to be resentable for Where Bloggers Create!!
Looking forward to seeing your studio!

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Good morning Celestina,
I adore Thomas Kincade's work and so your tea set caught my attention immediately. The cinnamon rolls look delish and your whole tea table says cozy to me. Lovely book marker from your mother and I enjoyed the poem. It's always a pleasure to have you join me for tea, my friend. Thank you for sharing your lovely tea with Tea Time and I wish you a delightful day.

Blessings and hugs,

Julie Marie said...

Good morning Celeste... how beautiful to have a morning devotional tea... I also love Thomas Kinkade and your teaset is just beautiful... love the pretty little cottages he paints... and I also love the poem Home is Where the Heart Is... so true... the tea tasted so good and the cinnamon rolls were delish!... I love that you include priceless family treasures in your table setting, like the book with the cherished bookmark your mama made... love to you on this hot Summers day... xoxo Julie Marie

Snap said...

Beautiful post. Tea and cinnamon rolls! Yum! Happy Tea Day!

LuLu Kellogg said...

What a beautiful post my friend!!

I love anything Thomas Kinkade does!


Unknown said...

Celestina, I love Thomas Kinkaide, how sweet is your tea set. I think I may have the same book that you do. I enjoy your posts and look forward to your studio tour. I am just starting to work on my studio so I will be a while. Have a great summer day down there in Texas.

Ginny said...

Beautifully written, Celestina! I love Thomas Kincaid cottages too! What a lovely spot to have tea and sweets, and just read in silence and peace...perfect!

Charlotte said...

This is my first time visiting your blog and I am very impressed with the loveliness of it.

I enjoyed visiting today for tea.

Martha's Favorites said...

Hi Celestina Marie: I love the tea set you shared today. Cottages are things I love collecting. Thank you so much for sharing. Blessings, Martha

Tablescapes By Diane said...

Hi lovely lady.
I love your Beautiful Blog sweet lady. I also love Vintage like you do, your tea set is so sweet. I would like to thank you so much for your lovely comments on my new Tablescapes. I hope you have a Great Week and the 4th. of July.
XXOO Diane

romance-of-roses said...

Hi Celeste, Pretty, pretty tea set. I love everything that Thomas Kinkade does, think he is awesome. The tea pot is so sweet and charming.
Have a wonderful weekend my friend,Lu

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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..