Friday, June 22, 2012

Little Keepers Welcome Summer Tea

The girls had a lovely time at their Little Keepers end of the year tea yesterday.  My daughter's and I spent all morning getting ready for our tea lunch.  We decorated with a nice bright summer quilt, glass mason jars for drinking and some quick scrap booking bright papered ornaments: 




We also did lots of cooking up of some delicious eats:

Lemon Zest Meringue Cookies: this was the first time I've made these. They didn't turn out like they're intended, but, oh, were they sweet, sticky and addicting!


Flying over the Rainbow Fruit Skewers.


Tulip Garden Butterfly Cucumber & Cheese Bites.


Mini Bear Claws and Strawberries.


I didn't take a close up of our Sunshine Mini Egg Fritas and Brownie Dirt Covered Flowers, but they were also very delicious.  The girls had a chance to chat and participated in a round robin of poetry readings.  I had also made a set of story starter cubes with some summerish themes; garden, beach, and princess fairy tales.  O.K. the last one is not summer but this was meant for little girls ; )  They seemed to get the hang of it and enjoyed a few rounds as well.  Our youngest Keeper got to take those home.  Then, like any other meeting, the girls seemed to have the best time playing on our little hill.  Boy, they don't need story starters when they go out there!

3 comments:

Collette said...

What a sweet tea party! Love your quilt-centerpiece :)
I'm sure your girls must have had a lovely time!!
Thank you for sharing! :0)

...they call me mommy... said...

Wow! I love it! Especially the cheese cut-out sandwiches...you gave me some GREAT ideas!

Charlotte Mason in the City said...

This looks so delightful. When I see the cheese cut-outs, I remember that I have tiny cutters that I used to use for cukes, cheese, etc. I need to pull those out again and USE them rather than simply store them in the cupboard.
So charming! Good job, hostesses!!