I included on the table a few white glass ornaments from my collection. I chose a couple white pinecones. These live in a box in my photo shoot props as I don't want to dig out the Christmas decorations when I need a bit of this decor. I chose a heart since we are nearing Valentine's Day.
For a bit of sparkle I added a crystal votive holder which was a gift from my sister years ago.
I added a flameless tea light as I almost never use real candles anymore. It provides a bit of warm light to the tablescape.
These sour cream biscuits are seasoned with steak spice. A nice little snack with a bit of butter.
I use Steep Markers on my teapots to remind me how many times I have steeped this batch of tea. When using infusers or tea bags I set my timer to pull it once when it rings so that it can be steeped again. To go with the winter theme I selected a polar bear charm with blue and white beads.
I added some plain yogurt with a few frozen blueberries.
It is held in a cute white fluted ceramic bowl.
I used my fluted porcelain tea mug in white for my Masala Chai Tea. This has been a staple tea for me for a few years.
This is made locally by the The Chai Wallahs and sold in several locations in the central area of the province. I would highly recommend this tea.
Here's the whole picture of the tablescape. I have used my large white porcelain tea pot which pours well and works well with this theme.
Share Your Cup #281 hosted by Jann at Daily Cup with Mrs. Olson.
Bernideen's Friends Sharing Tea
Tuesday Cuppa Tea hosted by Ruth
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