Bernideen is having a tea party on August 30th to celebrate Tasha Tudor's 102nd Birthday Anniversary, and I thought I'd join in. Several of my grands helped me make the cookies, and they got to take many home to their family to enjoy. I'm using my darling cottage teapot and Cissy's favorite teacup, with the cottage design. Let's have some cookies and a cup of tea, shall we?
I think Tasha Tudor would love this teacup, too, don't you?
These pretty stem roses were found at the grocery store. I love their two-toned effect.
Before we baked, my son and I took my faithful Nana's Cooking Camp grands to Chili's for lunch to celebrate before school starts. In case you're wondering, the bottle in front of Cissy is a root beer bottle!!
The boys helped make the cookie dough and cut out the shapes that they chose from my cookie cutter collection. Yes, Riley wanted snowflakes, and Caiden wanted footballs. Cissy and I chose more traditional shapes. Cissy made the frosting all by herself, and we had such a good time, chatting while decorating the cookies, which took us quite awhile. The boys didn't want to join in. The darling teapot and cupcake cookie cutters, along with the sparkly sprinkles were a gift from sweet Stephanie, when we met in Colorado.
Harper is growing up so fast. I bought her this Powered by Cupcakes tea shirt, because this little one loves cake, and she loves her shirt. That's their dog, Layla, in the background.
I am sharing this with these lovely parties:
Thank you for your visit! xo