Monday, December 14, 2015

Village Mistletoe Tea Room


Thought I would show you a cute little
 lighted porcelain Victorian collector's village house that I have
 called the MISTLETOE TEA ROOM.











Isn't it just darling?












I am sorry to be so MIA!
This time of year is so busy, isn't it?


I am behind visiting and commenting and
shall make it up to you all soon.











Anyway, thinking of you all and just wanted to
pop in and say hello!











Hope you have time for some leisurely
tea sippin' this season!

Grab a friend and do just that today!










Wishing you all this blessed season
has to offer you!



As always, thank you for your visit!





22 comments:

  1. I would have to agree Michelle - that is really cute. Linda Jennings at Friendship Tea has a whole collection of Tea Houses you might enjoy! Have a great week.

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  2. So Cute Michele, my mother and father in law, have a village of these are they just amazingxx

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  3. Love the lighted Mistletoe Tea House. It's in my tea house collection. Trying to decided whether to get them all out for display this year. Wishing you and yours a very Merry Christmas!

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  4. So very cute! I love the lighted houses at Christmas! It IS a busy time! Merry Christmas to you!
    Ruth

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  5. Oh that is an adorable little house! Merry Christmas, Michele!

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  6. Super cute! Now I have the Biebs' Mistletoe song stuck in my head. HA!

    "It’s the most beautiful time of the year
    Lights fill the streets spreading so much cheer..."

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  7. It's darling! I want to have tea there.

    :) Hope

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  8. That's sweet Michele, and I've been sipping different teas each day. The song I've got going around in my head is 'Havin' a Heat Wave' from Grumpy Old Men. LOL

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  9. What a cute tea room, Michele! It is a busy time. I wish there could be two Decembers...one to get everything done, and one to just enjoy!!

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  10. This brings memories my hubby and I use to go to a small tea shop. On one side you could sit and sip tea out of real tea cups, no plastic there. They had wonderful tea sandwiches, soups, and decadent desserts.I use to buy 1 tea cup and saucer to add to my collection. Hmm I need to speak to him we haven't been there in awhile... I feel a road trip coming on. Thank-you Michele for sharing.

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  11. I am so ready for a break at a sweet little tea room. I love these scenes...my grandsons do, too. I must get myself in gear and come up with a plan.

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  12. Oh, that is so cute, Michele! Sipping tea at a Tea Room sounds so nice to me right now. None of ours are open this time of year, unfortunately. Thank you for sharing and enjoy your day.

    Merry Christmas,
    Sandi

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  13. Hello Michele, the tea room is very sweet. I love these little lighted houses. Wishing you the best with your holiday preparations. I hope you and your family have a wonderful season : )
    Hugs,
    Terri

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  14. Very sweet, Michele. I got a chance to go to a tea room this past Saturday. (Why didn't I take pictures?!!) It was a fundraiser, beautifully set up and decorated. A lovely respite.
    Don't feel guilty about being MIA. We can't do everything all the time. I'm behind, too :)

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  15. Hi Michele,
    What a lovely little Christmas house. Hope you are enjoying the festive season too! Don't rush about too much and do Take care! Karen

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  17. That's so cute! It has really sweet little details. :)

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  18. Michele, looks like a cozy little tearoom. I always have time for tea sippin'! Yesterday I was drinking Tregothnan Earl Grey with my latest batch of mince pies. I put stars on this batch.

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  19. Your Mistletoe Tea Room is darling! And I sooooo understand about being busy this time of year ... I didn't even finish writing Christmas cards until today! Look forward, like you, to catching up on blogs over the holidays.

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  20. Oh, I love this! Have never seen a "tea room" lighted house. I have quite a few of them -- one of my favorites is a library and another is a quilt and needlework shop. I have a wonderful photo of my oldest granddaughter (now 14) as a toddler, lying on the floor peering into the lighted windows. She continued doing that for years!

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