Monday, December 12, 2011

Christmas Tea, Antiques, Glass Ball(s) and Kitchen

Last week was our annual church Christmas tea and I was a part of the committee. My love of sheet music was evident in the decorations! We lined the lobby with these candles and used it in the centerpieces.
The finger food was delicious and plentiful!

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Saturday DIL M and granddaughter S did some window shopping in an antique shop in a local town that also had an indoor Amish farmer's market. Though I walked around carrying an old picture frame, I left it there but I did eat a moose tracks ice cream waffle cone for my lunch. Yes, IT WAS GOOD AND WORTH E.V.E.R.Y CALORIE! :)
Our second shop that had thirty rooms.

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I had lovely plans that included sheet music for this fifty cent bargain from a thrift store but alas, they were shattered - literally!

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 The first piece in for the kitchen...
...and the dinning room looks like this.
I'm hoping by Wednesday to be able to put things back in the new cupboards, though the counter top won't be in until next Monday. I can live with that!

5 comments:

Joyce - Quilted Nest said...

So happy for you (the kitchen!) and the tea looks beautiful!

Prior said...

What beautiful decorations! lovely job on the tea.
Lezlee

Vickie @ Ranger 911 said...

What beautiful decorations for your
Christmas tea. I'd love the centerpiece on my dining room table!

Angie said...

I love your sheet music candlelight paired with the evergreen - lovely!

Blessings,
Angie @ Knick of Time

Jeane` said...

The centerpieces, the 30 room antique shop and the finger food ALL look so appealing...each in their unique way! Looking forward to seeing your finished kitchen (but probably not nearly as much as you are!).

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