They do look pretty. Indeed.
Ahhh is she making sun tea? I've always wanted to try that!
Hurrah! glad you are back, hope your break was lovely.The tea in jars does look good, but i dont get the point of it, other than to look pretty on the window sill... is there one?
Like Honey. Kx
It looks pretty !BisesThe Hind.
They are pretty. I would go arrange them by shade - light to dark, but that's just me.What is sun tea?
Hannah - don't think there is one, but she's a photographer and she has had a 'tea' series - so I'm sure it's only for artistic reasons. I don't know what sun tea is either!
this is a gorgeous image -- worth the work of styling, i think!
they look lovely!
don't you think it's lovely to see the colour of the tea? It does look pretty, but maybe putting it in a jam jar in the light can really say a lot about the flavour and depth of the tea...?
Gorgeous! My aunt makes pomegranate jam. It is a daunting process, but I love the color, old-fashioned glasses, and taste.You have a great blog. I am so glad I found it!Marcie
thanks for share :)really love Miss Pickering *
Hi! Thanks for posting my image. The teas were all sun brewed, but then kept in the jars for atheistic reasons. I just love all the colors that tea can create, and mason jars have classic look. It makes styling easy. Tea's just so wonderful.
wow...I wanna taste it!
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