The patterns are different but no matter, they still go well together.
Royal Homes of Britain is the pattern of the teacup made by Enoch Wedgwood of England.
This centerpiece was a birthday gift from a friend a few years ago. I bring it out every Christmas season. It is so pretty with its blue and white flowers, little deer, and pinecones!
Try adding a little maple syrup to your cup for a sweet touch of Autumn in your tea.
The Blue Willow plates as well as the red plates are made by Churchill of England. The two red plates were also a gift from a friend.
Are you hungry? I have a nice plate of crackers and cheese to accompany our tea today. This is one of the favourites on Bible Study night. So simple, yet so good!
Cream Cheese with Hot Pepper Jelly
Place 4 oz. of cream cheese in a dish
Microwave 3-4 tablespoons of hot pepper jelly for a few seconds and pour over the cream cheese.
Sometimes I sprinkle a few bits of red and yellow peppers on the top.
Serve with an assortment of crackers. Yummy!
NOTE: Just a reminder about my upcoming Christmas Tea ....
On December 5, I will be hosting my Embrace The Season ~ Christmas Tea. It will be the highlight of the year. I hope you will join me and share your Christmas china and a Christmas craft, memory, or recipe with us. The button below is for your Christmas Tea post or to place on your sidebar if you wish.
"And now abideth faith, hope, charity, these three; but the greatest of these in charity." ~ 1 Corinthians 13:13
Tuesday Cuppa Tea
Friends Sharing Tea
Sharing from my heart~ Sandi