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The Twelve Teas of Friendship

4.29 of 5 stars 4.29  ·  rating details  ·  21 ratings  ·  4 reviews
From the author who brought you "If Teacups Could Talk "and "The Twelve Teas(R) of Christmas, "Emilie Barnes offers a warm and exciting tea party theme for each month of the year. Delightful decorating ideas and delectable teatime recipes will inspire you to welcome friends into your home. Soft, quiet rooms, lush floral gardens, and peaceful ocean settings created by artis ...more
Hardcover, 96 pages
Published July 1st 2001 by Harvest House Publishers
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What a beautiful book! The pictures are so beautiful and dreamy; the book is great, but the pictures really make it special. Quotes on friendship and facts about tea are also scattered over the pretty pages.

For each month a different "friendship" tea is outlined. They are all about celebrating a different theme with friends. Ideas include "Nature" in July, "Laughter" in September, "Togetherness" in June, "Family" in December, and more. In case you're not sure how to get started on the planning
While it's a very pretty book with a lot of fun ideas (and recipes) that make me think of my friend Candy, it strikes me as a book for someone with way too much free time. I can't imagine going through all the trouble and expense described just to decorate for a tea party.
Lisa Mendiaz
Emilie teaches the value of sharing a cup of tea with friends and family. This book has great recipes for different teas but also explains how to prepare your tea table for different occassions and different guests. I love it.
I don't actually hold teas for all my friends like this book suggests, but I WANT to and I like to think that someday I'll be able to. I like how this book is laid out one for each month...I am thematic like that.
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