Hello friends, it is my pleasure to share my Tea Time Valentine’s Day Tablescape in honor of Valentine’s Day and your sweet bloggy friendship. There’s a place for me and a place for you! My sweet friend Chloe, from Celebrate and Decorate has gathered a bunch of us together to create a fun Valentine’s Day Tablescape blog hop. The list of all of the wonderful tablescapes is at the bottom of this post. Please click on each of them and discover lovely tablescapes and ideas you might like to use for your Valentine’s Day or Galentine’s Day table.
I knew straight away I wasn’t going to create a romantic Valentine’s Day Table for this tablescape blog hop. So I got busy and created some fun things to celebrate our friendship.
It started with a spray ( assembled in a haphazard way) of pink carnations.
I don’t have any charges for Valentine’s day so I made two hearts
placemats” from felt.
An easy DIY felt heart garland was next. I made it out of the felt fabric scraps to “spill” onto the table. Perfect for our Tea Time Valentine’s Day Table.
The original teabag tag was replaced with this simple tea time friends tag. Tea Time on one side Friends on the other.
This vintage rose chintz sugar bowl is filled with chocolates for your sweet tooth.
That’s your teacup on the left ( smile).
I found the wooden heart at a local craft shop and the mannequin is from waaaaaaay back in time. Yes way back, when I was making things for a shabby chic art room. You can see it HERE and then the room makeover HERE.
The apple pie hearts are made using my apple pie recipe and a large heart cookie cutter. If you decide to make them, cut the apples extra small and put about 11/2 tablespoons into the center. Make sure to crimp the edges. They cook quickly on a parchment-lined baking sheet, about 12-15 minutes.
I frayed the ends of two fat quarters for the napkins, and the satin tablecloth is a remnant from a Keepsakes by Katherine custom order. Perfect for our Tea Time Valentine’s Day Tablescape.
Mismatched teacups are from what remains of my teacup collection. I have very few matching teacups (smile). Mine’s on the right, November is written inside ( my birthday month).
I hope you enjoyed sharing my virtual Tea Time Valentine’s Day Tablescape. Now, what will we chat about while having our tea?
Please enjoy the rest of the tour and don’t forget to pin! I’ll see you on Thursday for the TFT blog hop!
Please click on all of the wonderful blog links below. If you can’t visit them all today spread them out over the week and just come back when you can.