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January 14, 2010


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Ooh, I can't wait to see what you do for both parties! I'm sure they'll be beautiful!

I did a "tea party" for my daughter when she turned 3. We used hot chocolate for tea, milk for cream, and mini-marshmallows for sugar cubes. :)

I am also planning a tea party for my daughter and these are just darling! I am so glad you mentioned that Domino's offers these sugar cubes because I have been hunting them down only to find the pricey pre-decorated ones. I will be stopping by my local Publix to purchase a couple boxes today. I am excited to see what else you have planned. Best Wishes!

What a beautiful tea party. The sugar cubes are wonderful. I love this. Thanks for sharing.

I love your sugar cubes! It will be a very dainty tea party I'm sure. I must try my hand at making some flowers of my own one day instead of buying them, as I'm sure they are not too difficult. You make them look easy anyway!

These are so pretty! I nevr saw how to make these before, it isn't that hard, you made a great tutorial! Thanks! I love tea parties!

way. too. cute.

What a special Mommy you are!!



in awe


Oh, what a pretty idea! What fun those will be at a tea party!

How lovely! What a great idea :) Looking forward to seeing the progress of your daughter's tea party.

just lovely! (of course!)

I serve herb fruit tea to my 3 year old granddaughter and she loves it. We add plenty of milk and sugar to it and she gets the whole tea experience. Maybe you could try that with the girls before the party.

Beautiful photos...I am planning a Fancy Nancy party for my 4-year-old's bday and these would be perfect. Thanks for the suggestion!

These are so fun! I don't really know anything about Juicy Couture, but your daughter's party pics were so SO fun, I'm off to go find out about it!

Hi Jessica: Love these. Years ago, I did a tea party for my daughter's birthday and all the little girls came "dressed" up - some of the mothers said their daughters started getting ready at the wee hours of the a.m. One thing I did that the little girls loved was have a fashion show...my mother plays the piano and played some old Lawrence Welk music while I emceed. I had lots of "little" type foods that the girls would love - on china of course, and lots of lace and doiles. From your new best friend,Myke

Great idea! I've decorated cakes for years and have all the necessaries to do this sweet project. And, just in time. My 3 year old is thinking of having a tea party for her 4th birthday! Thanks for sharing!

Cute, cute cute!

yay! i cant wait to see all the party pics!!

Those cubes are lovely !! A really special touch that's sure to be a hit with all the guests .

soooooooo lovely!

Love the sugar cubes!

We will be having a spring tea at church and I love this idea. I do have a question though. When the icing melts , does it effect the tea at all?

How long can you store these? And if you have an easy Petit four recipe, I would be so greatful if you could share it.

These sugar cubes are lovely!

Thank you so much for the beautiful idea! I am planning my best friend's baby shower and looking for ways to make it extra special on a limited budget.

These sugar cubes are so lovely. Thanks for sharing. :)


This is simply marvelous! I'm also planning a tea party for my daughter and will def. be making these. Would you mind telling me which tip numbers you used? I would love to get those same types of flowers/leaves. :)

What a lovely blog! I happened by your blog through an image search, but I think I may need to subscribe because I love your taste and style with all the vintage stuff. Very cool!

i know i'm late to this post, but i love the teacup and saucer...are they vintage or something that is available now?

thanks, cindy

Oh my goodness, I absolutely LOVE these! Thank you, thank you, thank you! Not just the lovely idea... but also for the gorgeous photos!

I would like to follow your blog. How can I do it? Thank you.

Can these be made ahead & frozen? How long will they last?

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