Salut Olivia, that's such a great idea! Why didn't I think of that one? The setting is so pretty and I do like all your vintage cups. Thanks for your sweet comment, highlighter on the collarbone is a nice touch.I have a little giveaway on my blog, feel free to enter - no need to do anything but leave a comment that you're interested ;-) Have a lovely week xo
Wow! Delicious spoons! hahaAnd I totally love the tea cups!
"like" them? I love them! You have a new follower :)
Re: Oh wow thanks!:)I love the tea cups! so adorable :)And the spoons, yummy ;)
How utterly delightful!!
Oh wow! Love the chocolate spoons! Everything's so pretty. :)
Thanks for the comments girls :) x
This is such a brilliant idea! Must make a note to try it out one day. Everything here looks so lovely.
Mmm these look so good (and pretty)! xo
awee these are really pretty and they look delicious, the silvery little star things,can we eat it?
WOW, great idea.I see you are very inventive person.I am jealous a little bit :)
Thank you for the lovely comment on my blog. Your blog is amazing! Such gorgeous settings. Now following you back :)
Completely adorable :) And so many gorgeous teacups!
What a clever idea! They are so adorable, too! And the spoons you used have such character! I love your blog; I'll be following! :)Thanks for commenting on my post; it means so much to me since it's my newest blog and it's been very, very quiet.. I can't believe you know Alison's friend who made the video! That is so cool!xoAnh.
@Lina Kim - Yes you can eat all the little stars :) @Anh Ngo - Thanks very much! Aw it's ok I like to help out where I can ;) x
Cool idea! A must for my next tea party!!http://kariyah.blogspot.com/
Thanks for the comment on my blog.Btw, I love your pictures. Truly inspirational.- xo
This reminded me of the chocolate spoons my sister and I used to get downtown when we were really little. They were different flavors like Irish cream and hazelnut and we used to just eat the chocolate off the spoon. I completely forgot about those until this post reminded me! What a great idea to stir them into hot milk. That sounds incredibly tasty. I'd love to make some of these sometime. Perhaps for a tea party of sorts?
Aw thanks for the kind comments girls! And thanks for the story Jamie Rose, I love hearing little anecdotes off people :) x
Eee these are amazing! Such a good idea! You're so creative.(Sorry for the super behind-the-times comment, my bloglovin' reader is out of control atm, I need to catch up!)
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