Brrrr...it's been cold here in the Dallas area, and I thought we'd have some tea in front of the fireplace. I've made some Peanut Butter Fudge from a handwritten recipe that my late Mother-in-Law wrote for my daughter, Molly, back in 1986. I love, love, love pinecones, and have always collected them at different vacation spots. The pretty pinecone plate was a thrifted find from several years ago, that I bought for 25 cents each. The pretty teapot is from my sister, who is going to be receiving a package of the fudge in the mail, along with some pizzelles, for her birthday this week.
I made this little canning jar decoration several years ago, with some fake snow, a faux evergreen branch, a pinecone, and a candle on a timer.
I've left some faux evergreen branches and pinecones on my mantle. As you can see, I just can't give up my love for teddy bears, either!
This is one of my favorite winter teacups by Clarence. It doesn't have a name, but has numbers of 436/68 and then a 3 . I'm not an expert in teacups, but I'm sure someone would know what they mean.
I am sharing this with these lovely parties: