Looking for a gift for the Tea Lover on your list? Thisteacup filled with tea, or chocolates would be a perfect answer. Simply fill the teacup with the item of your choice and wrap the teacup in cellophane. Tie with colorful ribbon and include an adorableteapot teaspoon in the bow.
If you like, it would be nice to include the following verse compliments from www.Tea At Home With Olivia.com.
"Teacups are Special Gifts. I give you this gift just from me, to sip and enjoy a cup of tea. Whenever you use it I hope you'll know, the person who gave it admires you so. "
Santa's candy sleigh makes a easy, festive Christmas tea party favor.
What you will need: 1 chocolate covered peanut or nougat bar approximately 1.5 oz 1 small box of raisins, gum or candy 2 candy canes (6") Foil wrapped candies , chocolate kisses or hard candies Foil wrapped Santa Claus Glue gun Christmas wrapping paper
Wrap candy bar and small box of raisins in Christmas paper. Spread glue from glue gun along the candy canes and attach to candy bar to make the sleigh runners. Do not remove cellophane wrap. Glue small box on top of candy bar. Next, glue candies on the small box. Glue Santa to the front of the sleigh.
Add gift tag to use sleigh as place card holder. This sleigh will add a cheerful holiday touch to your table.
*Another option is to glue a small teacup ornament on the small box of raisins and fill with chocolate kisses.
Many thanks to all who came to the Tea Tasting. I so enjoyed seeing all of you again . Also, many thanks to all the new tea friends who stopped by. Teas offered for sampling were White Christmas (Chocolate Coconut Cream) , a seasonal favorite, French Caramel Creme Brulee; a rich, creamy flavor of the traditional dessert and Almond Cookie; a green tea with almond and coconut taste, grated coconut and almond flakes.
Please feel free to visit My Tea Spot at 17 On The Square in downtown Gettysburg. There are many antique and vintage treasures there to explore as well. It is a beautifully renovated Civil War building filled with antiques, collectibles, specialty foods, tea, jewelry and art.