Come to Tea: Fun Tea Party Themes, Recipes, Crafts, Games, Etiquette and More

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 80 pages
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Drink from delicate cups, eat dainty finger foods, dress up in your finery, and be as polite as you can be: it’s time to come to tea. With the help of this oh-so charmingly illustrated guide, you can throw a delightful tea party for birthdays, holidays, or just to have fun with friends. You can even choose a theme to make it extra-special. Start by designing your own invitations and decorations. Then, follow the recipes for making a great cup of tea, simple cucumber and other creative sandwiches, shortbread bars, and more tasty treats. What kind of party are we going to have? A Mad Hatter Tea, Teddy Bear Picnic, Garden Party, Fairy Tea, or one just with your dolls or your mom? Plus: crafts, games, boxed hostess tips, and delicious "tea party” quotes from favorite books, all shown in pictures that capture the timeless pleasures of this favorite little-girl event. A quintessential gift from grandmother to granddaughter.
 

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This book is full of great ideas for kids themed tea parties. You can take ideas from each theme and make your own party as well doesnt even have to be a tea party. Crafts decorations games party ... Read full review

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Dunnewind is the Going Places editor of Seattle's Child and Eastside Parent.

Capucine Mazille is a graduate of the Royal Art School in The Hague. Her work has been exhibited in Holland, Switzerland, and France. Capucine and her husband live in the French Alps, where she spends her time painting in watercolor.

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