Our First Recipe Booklet Has Arrived~...

Nov 17, 2011 by

Finally! The Tea Party Girl (TM) Scones and Spreads recipe booklet is here. This recipe booklet contains 42 outstanding recipes and can be printed out on your own computer. You will love adding this booklet to your collection or buying and sharing them as gifts. Get all the details at http://teapartygirl.com/scones_spreads_recipe_book/ Remember each recipe book you purchase helps support Tea Party Girl’s blog to keep it running. (so every order counts!) Share this link with your friends, family and anyone else you think would love our booklet. Super cute and Fantastically yummy! Don’t wait! Order now! http://teapartygirl.com/scones_spreads_recipe_book/          ...

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A Mad Hatters Tea Party – Create Some Fun For Kids...

Sep 22, 2011 by

   Tea parties are always a fun way to get together, but a Mad Hatters tea party is a different kind of fun. What a memorable way to create some end of summer fun for the kids. Nonsensical and silly are the goals of this party. All the tea etiquette rules and sophistication of a traditional tea party go out the window, or should I say go through the looking glass? If you remember, in Alice in Wonderland, the March Rabbit meets with Alice as he is running late for a tea party. The beginning of Chapter 7 in the story, Alice finds herself at a very long table, set for many for tea. Everyone is crowded at one end of this table. This, of course, is the Mad Hatter’s tea party. The Mad...

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How Children’s Tea Parties Could Change Your Life...

Jun 19, 2011 by

This week I hosted an awesome free webinar entitled “Start A Children’s Tea Party Business in 14 Days of Less.” I hope you were able to join me.  Personally, I ran children’s tea parties for 7 years as part of my tea room.  In the beginning I was really hesitant. I had nightmares about broken china and food fights but actually that couldn’t have been farther from the truth. Within the first 6 months I developed a step by step system that kept the kids moving, the parents at peace and my china safe and sound! (in fact, in the seven years I held kids teas the only person who ever broke a cup was ME!) In 2005 I wrote a class called “Start A Children’s Tea Party Business” and in 2010 I updated it...

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