Monday, September 13, 2010

Thrifty Tea Time Tuesday

it's all about the presentation...
and you can create a masterpiece for pennies!
~*~
I am enjoying a thrifty tea-time Tuesday today
surrounded by little inexpensive treasures!

a simple raspberry cream cake...
sliced & embellished with fresh berries & mint leaves...
then placed on an exquisite glass plate...

I have a passion for glass...
ok - I have an obsession
- but I am working on it -

well...working on finding more!

These beautiful glass pieces were all discovered

for pennies at the local Goodwill Store.

a glass bowl with etched fruit...
.50 cents

two little glass bowls with feet...
$1.75 total

two glass leaf-shaped plates...
.69 cents

a tiny glass saucer...
it matches my cake plate exactly!
.39 cents

a small glass teacup to accompany the saucer...
.50 cents

a perfect match...


Thank you for stopping by
and having tea with me today!
~*~
I am linking to the following Tea Parties:
~*~
Tuesday Tea Party
hosted by Wanda Lee @ The Plumed Pen
***
Tea Cup Tuesday
hosted by Martha @ Martha's Favorites
***
Teapot & Tea Things Tuesdays
a shared meme hosted by Wanda @ The Plumed Pen
& Pamela @ A Breath of Fresh Air
***
Tea Time Tuesday
hosted by Lady Katherine
***
Tea Time Tuesday
hosted by Sandi @ Rose Chintz Cottage & Inspirations
***
Tea Cup Tuesday
hosted by Terri @ Artful Affirmations ~*~

13 comments:

  1. Hi Concetta,
    Your glass collection is very pretty! Some of it looks like Early American Prescut crystal. I especially like the pink pieces! Your raspberry cream cake looks delicious and very pretty too, I might add! Thank you for your lovely tea post and I hope you have a wonderful week.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  2. Concetta, Your glassware is really pretty. I especially like the leaf-shaped plates and the saucer. Your raspberry cream cake is displayed beautifully. I think you are the ultimate homemaker and cook! Thanks for your kind comments and visits to my blog.
    Hugs and God's blessings to you, Beth

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  3. Great glass ware finds and your cake looks absolutely yummy.

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  4. Such a pretty table!! Berries add a festive touch to everything, don't they?

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  5. Hello Concetta :) My goodness, you have an amazing collection of glassware! I have just a very few pieces of glassware; some pink depression glass that I keep in my antique side-by-side secretary. That cake looks simply delish!!

    Happy Tea Tuesday!!

    Warmest hugs, Brenda

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  6. Oh so very pretty! I like your leaf shaped plates a lot. I've been looking at glass teacups a lot lately, they are so delicate. Like cut snowflakes. Take care.

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  7. Concetta,
    I LOVE your glass collection!! I just bought an identical leaf plate to use for the Fall. I think the glass is very elegant and can be used with any color scheme and looks stunning when flickering candle light is reflected off of it!

    Thanks for stopping by A Debbie-Dabble Christmas. If you would like to see photos of my 12 trees, you can go to the July 21, 2010 post on that blog. And I also have a link on my right side bar to a photo album of my home decorated for Christmas last year.

    Thanks for stopping by!!

    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  8. You are so right about presentation. The cake does look incredible.
    Your glass tea cup and saucer is lovely. Glass is so pretty, and I love how you can see the tea through it.
    Thank you for sharing,
    Hugs,
    Terri

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  9. Oh gosh that raspberry cream cake is driving me crazy!!! Yummers!!
    I love all your crystal and glass pieces and you did such a wonderful job of capturing the twinkles!!!
    I've found lots of pretty glassware at Goodwill also!!
    Thanks for sharing your treasures!
    Hugs,
    Lynn

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  10. Very pretty things, and you are right, presentation is everything. I am not good a knowing good glass from bad, however.

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  11. Dearest Concetta,

    Thanks so much for joining in with our tea parties once again this week!.., Those glass ware dishes and that yummiest of recipes are just so fabulous!

    I especially love the fruit and cake recipe; it's so jewel-like and beautiful!

    Cheers and hugs from Wanda Lee

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  12. It was wonderful that you took the time to stop in for tea last week. That dessert looks like it came from a fancy bakery.
    I love your collection of glass. I find it so versitile. I am still in catch up mode from my trip but tea is being served. Hope you can join the fun!
    Have a blessed week.
    Pam

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  13. The cake is wonderful! Looks great! I love your crystal glass! High Springs,FL has a great town with a lot of glass in several thrift shops! Thanks for joining me for Tea Time!

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