Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Tiny Teapots

Hello friends, welcome to tea this week.  I tried a new sugar cookie recipe which I found over at Kitty's  blog and find I like it better than the one I've been using.  Perfect for a touch of sweetness with tea, I used the smallest of my teapot cookie cutters.
Some honey lemon ginseng green tea, and served on a new butterfly placemat I found.  I hope you'll join me and visit my hosts and their guests.

35 comments:

  1. Those cookies look so cute, I would almost hate to eat them. I did qualify almost. :)
    Cher Sunray Gardens

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  2. What an adorable cookie cutter. I'll pull up a chair and join you as they look delicious.

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  3. The sugar cookies are so dainty. I like how you decorated them with the shimmering beads. Enjoy every crumb, Judith!

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  4. Good morning Judith,
    We are having a sunny morning in Florida, aren't we? Warmer today too.
    I love your little teapot cookie cutter.. I have the bigger one and they just seem too large for the dessert tray compared to the other tiny sweets. Thats a cute butterfly placemat showing off your tea. A few weeks ago we went to the butterfly museum nearby and enjoyed all the butterflys close up.
    Have fun this week!
    Nancy

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  5. Oh, boy! A new recipe to try!!! :D :D I have to look for the teapot cookie cutters ... too cute! Love the butterfly placemat. Happy Tea Day!

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  6. I love your teacup cookies! I will be looking for those cutters,will be just perfect for my Grandaughters tea parties!

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  7. I love them! I have a teapot cutter as well...think I'd better find it in my kitchen gadget drawer. Have been doing hearts lately...you've inspired a change! Thanks for linking to Tuesday Cuppa Tea!
    Ruth

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  8. I LOVE LOVE LOVE Kitty's blog, she is a sweetheart! Your tasty teapots look great and guess what! I am OFF today and I am sitting here enjoying a hot cup of tea on Tea Tuesday which NEVER happens! JOY!!

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  9. Judith, it makes my heart happy that you love the recipe. Thanks for the shout-out to my blog. xoxo

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  10. Love those tea cup cookies, your whole post is very bright and springy....love the butterfly placemat. Diane

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  11. The tea cup cookies make the cup of tea even more special! I need to find one of those cookie cutters!

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  12. One day last fall I picked up the little teapot cookie cutter in the Bulk Barn. I have not used it yet. Your cookies look so sweet made with the cutter. V

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  13. Hi Judith,
    Your little teapot cookies are so adorable! I will have to look for one of those cutters. I like your butterflies too. Thank you for joining me for tea today and enjoy that nice balmy weather.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  14. Love your teapot cookies, Judith! So cute! Your tea sounds really good too. I was able to find some Bailey's Irish creme coffee creamer, and wow, did it ever make my coffee yummy! Have a wonderful week, my dear friend!
    Blessings, Beth

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  15. I love your teapot cookies cutters! I'll have to check out Kitty's recipe.

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  16. I love the little blue jewls! Very dainty.

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  17. What sweet little cookies Judith. And the place mat is very pretty. Have a great day. Pamela

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  18. Miss J...I think I might be an apronaholic, too! I just love them. They remind me of my gramma and my mom when she was really young. Never seen without one.

    Now girl...love your teapot cookies. Sooooo sweet!

    xoRebecca

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  19. Please just package up a dozen or two and mail them up here - a really good sugar cookie would be very welcome!

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  20. Good morning Judith!
    I have just opened my PC. Your tiny teapot cookies are so cute and make me happy!! What a lovely the place mat is!! I like it. I wish I could fly to Florida to join you!!

    Tomoko

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  21. Hi Judith, greetings from Northern Ontario. I'm just stopping by to say how delightful your blog is. Thanks so much for sharing. I have recently found your blog and am now following you, and will visit often. Please stop by my blog and perhaps you would like to follow me also. Have a wonderful day. Hugs, Chris
    http://chelencarter-retiredandlovingit.blogspot.com/

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  22. Lovely cookies you have baked, will definitely try them. Thanks for dropping by.
    I x

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  23. Your little teapots are PERFECT! and they look so yummy.
    Brenda

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  24. What a cute cookie cutter...I need one of those & am putting it on my list!

    I remember well the uproar when they wanted to build a new bridge near Sarasota. All the home owners along the shore ranted about it spoiling their views. BIG TIME FUSSING!! I can't remember whether they ever went through with it or not.

    We've got some sunshine today so I almost feel like we're in FL.

    Hugs,
    Rett

    p.s. hope you'll be home in time to use your shamrock cookie cutter!! *wink*

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  25. Hi Judith, I think your little teapot cookies are adorable! The perfect cookie for tea time. I also like your butterfly placemat.

    Have a wonderful tea time,
    Charlotte

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  26. What a cute plate of tiny teapot cookies. I'm glad you refered me to Kitty's blog for I also love her recipes. Thanks for sharing a great idea for the cookies and also love the blue jewels. Happy Tea Party! Pam

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  27. Hi Judith,
    the tea pot cookies are too cute. And the soft blue pearls are so nice to the tablemat. Really springy tea time. I would love to join you.
    Bests greetings, Johanna

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  28. Now what a wonderfully delightful tiny treat those little beauties are!

    I'll be right over and bring a slew of flavored tea!!! Heeehehehe!

    Wish I could!

    God bless ya and have an amazin' day sweeite!!! :o)

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  29. What a sweet cookie cutter... for such sweet teatime cookies... mmmm.. good... I 'd love to find a sweet cutter like that one... You always serve delicious goodies on Tuesdays ....Thanks for sharing ..

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  30. Hi Judith, the cookies are so completely adorable. I made little rose tea cakes over the weekend.

    I love your cookies....and need to find a cookie cutter like this.

    Barb ♥

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  31. Hi Judith! I've been enjoying reading your blog posts. Lovely blog!

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  32. These cookies are so pretty!! LOVE! I don't make cut out cookies very often, but you've inspired me to go get a teapot cutter so I can make some too.

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  33. If they are half as sweet tasting as they are sweet looking, they must be divine.

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  34. Just popping back in here to tell you that my sister bought me a teapot cookie cutter...and a cup one to go with it! Thanks for the inspiration!

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