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Wednesday, June 17, 2015

~the vintage sweets book~






who wouldn't love to indulge in a tea party chock full of sweets! once again these books don't disappoint, with loads of cute designs and downloadable cut outs for a unique presentation you are bound to find something sweet to tickle your fancy. let loose and let art imitate life...











i used this recipe for my seaside living inspiration...



i instantly thought of sea glass...
















indulge the sweet life with all the novel bakers~

5 comments:

Mary said...

Oh my word...your creativity knows no bounds! You sea glass toffee is brilliant and then you went and bespelled us with cookie handwriting too! I love your sweet tea stamped shortbread cookies too. I know your book club must be dazzled with all your baking and culinary delights, especially when you add your washed ashore twist. Thanks for the delicious fun, I'm bracing myself for another scorcher today. I need all the sweets and cocktails I can get to Keep Calm and Bake On :)

Maria C said...

You really have captured the energy of this book! Your desserts look scrumptious! I want one of those teapot cookies! Those measuring spoons are just darling! What a ldelightful post!

Rattlebridge Farm said...

Jain, your sea glass toffee is brilliant. And your teacup collection is something to behold. The frog cup is TOO CUTE. The measuring spoons are elegant. I love how you build a theme--freshly baked tea pot cookies, silver, flowers, and "tea by the sea." I bought the ingredients for several things. I'd intended to make tea sandwiches and lost the cucumbers; I think my house ate them. Looking forward to your tea party!

thepaintedapron.com said...

Oh Jain, your Tea by the Sea glass cookies are totally brilliant! I will tell you right up front that I am definitely borrowing this idea, cutest thing ever! These books are entirely full of so much nostalgia and the wonder of the past~ I adore the little girl with her harlequin puppet! Your teapot cookies are delightful!
Jenna

Linda (More Fun Less Laundry) said...

Jain, How does your amazing brain work? These cookies are incredible and I always love sea glass with anything. I scour the beach looking for pieces whenever we are at the ocean. Now I will think of your beautiful cookies while I search. I also love the mix of simple daisies with the silver teapot and tray. I can imagine sitting at your beach with a good book, a cup of tea in one of your cups and these delicious cookies, watching the dogs run and listening to the surf! Linda