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July 28, 2008


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Susan (dutchrose)

Very relaxing looking....

Pat Morello

Very pretty table setting, what a pretty candle.



Good tips~ I hate looking around a centerpiece during a conversation.

gail friend

Hi Kathleen,,, What a pretty tea set. I love pink roses on china, its my favorite. I also love the holly teapot on the post below. I hope your having a great day...(())gail



Thanks so much for the lesson on setting a beautiful table. Yours looks amazing.


Lilli Blue

That china is soooo beautiful.What is it called? It suits me to a T LOL thanks for a great post. Lilli


My dear, you should write a book. Such a fantastic table setting. Thank you so much for sharing.
hugs, xoxoxo

Inka Thomas

Very nicely done my dear. I really enjoyed tea.

Eileen Daniels

Beautiful Kathleen! Your tea tips are helpful for people like me who just don't know those things!
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Hi Kathleen! I liked the way you used a quilt for a tablecloth. I do that too. Very warm.
The Polka Dot Rose


Hi Kathleen,
Love your beautiful table setting. The china is gorgeous and everyting is so elegant. Thanks for the's a good reminder to us that there is still elegance in this world and that it is greatly appreciated!


Hi Kathleen,
Great ideas using the candle for a centerpiece. I can't wait to see the finished project. I have awarded you the Brillante Blogger Award. If you choose to accept, please post it on your blog and pass it along to 5-7 other blogs, link to their blog and tell 5 things about yourself.

Pinknails or Fairytales

Tea is me and Me is Tea
Beautiful work!

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