What would Christmas be without tea / coffee scrapbooking and a tree? Christmas Tea Welcome to my #6th tea time Tuesday. I’ll be joining Sandi over at Rose Chintz Cottage as Tuesday is a great time for tea.

Missing  my daughter Jennifer in NC a lot this week and I have been thinking about her. 

Again I looked through my collection of tea cups and didn’t find anything close enough to a Christmas tree or poinsettia on a tea cup, however, being the scrapbooker I am and not wanting to miss out on today’s special tea with Sandi I am joining in.

bell cup The studio called me early this morning for I had a project and mission in mind.  It is Christmas and to celebrate we share, care, and give blessings to one another.  I thought about going out this week with the little or no money I have and purchasing a tea cup and saucer to share with you all.  Then when I didn’t do that I wasn’t going to post this morning.  I’m glad I’m frugal and fun all in one and that is what makes me a special grandma….I had better hurry up as I”m on duty at 8:15 this am.


This is a coffee cup I’m sharing today and it is lovely adorned with poinsettias and bells.


Christmas cup and saucer

Yesterday was a beautiful day on Prince Edward Island and my mind kept going back to what I was going to show for my hard work all week.  With my grand-daughter Ana around even scrapbooking has been a little bit of a challenge as she is at the age where, “I wanna do it.” So I have put a number of thing on the back burner so to speak.  


Christmas SeaGlassOh, I was saying about the beautiful day yesterday and anyway a voice came to me, my husbands asking if we could go beachcombing as there might not be many days like this left.  I figured I’d think about my tea cup situation while driving in the car and have a beautiful array of candles, cakes, and tea cups for eye candy bliss today.  So instead of cakes I would like to share this piece of seaglass found on the beach here in PEI.  

scrapbooking christmas mini album

Before I go I’d like to also share with you a scrapbooked mini tree that I have been working on. I had a gazillion pictures of the kids growing up and at Christmas each year and they sat like everyone’s in a box.  This year I wanted to share so I made a centre piece that stands 12 inches tall and has 5 rings down the spin and all kinds of memories of Christmas past.


Thank you for coming along on my tea time adventure I’m having coffee this early morning and by the time Ana goes down for her nap I’ll be back reading about your Christmas Tea.

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