Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Set Your Table With Flair--Mourning Tea for One

Hello, friends!  Welcome, and thank you so much for visiting today!

It is witching hour, the time is near;

All spooks, ghosts, and goblins will soon be here.

Halloween is close, my very dear friends.....

The night during which nightmares ne'er end.

In light of the season, this post will be shared;

my mourning tea for one, so please don't be scared.

Here's to wishing you a spooktacular season, have loads of good fun; there need be no reason!  

From my collection:

Vintage Teapot, Oneida Wm. Rogers & Son Collection
Teacup, Royal Albert Masquerade Black Footed
Charger, generic; Bed, Bath, and Beyond
Tablecloth, generic, Target
Faux black Dahlia, Michael's Crafts
Grey doily, yours truly, tutorial here

poem, yours truly

Have a wonderful Holiday!

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  1. Love your silver teapot; it's a beauty! Lovely Royal Albert teacup too. Thank you for sharing.

  2. Hi: A poet, I love it! Get post, lovely tea pot and tea cup. Have a great week. Blessings, Martha

  3. Love your sophisticated Halloween table!
    Have a great week.

  4. What a great post! I really like the poem and your black and red rose teacup was perfect with that silver pot.

  5. I love the Royal Albert Masquerade pattern. You used it just for the perfect moment. Thank you for this wonderful tea post and hava a Happy Halloween.
    Best greetings, Johanna

    1. Greetings and thank you, Johanna! I adore it, too. Thank you for your visit! :)

  6. Beautiful tea! I hope you had a great Halloween!...Christine