Monday, August 1, 2011

Calla Lily Sandwich for Tea Party Tuesday

Happy Tea Time Tuesday!
This is my favorite blogging day of the week.

It is so much fun bouncing around and seeing what everyone has been up to all week and enjoy all the wonderful inspiration.

I was over the moon this week viewing the series of 
French Inspired Cookies

Lisa is really quite a talent...and a sweet lady!

There is so much more to see from her so 
please pay her a visit (click on her blog name above)
and tell her how GREAT she is!!!

I would like to share this EASY and fun way 
to present any sort of cream cheese tea sandwich spread.

As a whimsical Calla Lily of course!

These were so easy and fun to make 
and I think the basic spread I used tasted so 
much better just because of the pretty presentation.

For a printable how-to click HERE. 

I first saw a picture of these viewing the archives 
of a great tea blog called Tea and Talk.

I "pinned" it to my Pinterest board and I knew it 
was only a matter of time before I made them for myself.

I found a basic how-to at Tasty Kitchen 
and adapted it to my own taste.

I have also seen a variation in the book,
Tea For All Seasons 
by Shelly and Bruce Richardson

I own and LOVE this book!

And I love a whimsical stack of teacups!

This is a hodgepodge of my "daily use" cups.

But to be honest, I really try to use all of my tea cups. 

It is like I treat them as if they have feelings 
and I don't want anyone to feel 
left out of the Tea Time FUN!

Weird, I know....

I am excited to see what you are bringing 
for Tea Party Tuesday this week!

I will be having tea and calla lily tea sandwiches with:


 Mouth Watering Mondays, Melt in Your Mouth Mondays, Mingle Monday, Made it on Monday Sumo's Sweet Stuff Made by You Mondays Making the World Cuter Mondays Motivate Me Monday Joy of Desserts Dittle Dattle Amaze Me Monday Jam Hands Recipe Share MondayTUESDAY Delicious Dishes Cupcake Tuesday Let's Do Brunch Tempt my Tummy Tuesday Mandi's Tasty Tuesday Topsy Turvy Tuesday  Handmade Tuesday  Tasty Tuesday Tip Me Tuesday  Time Out Tuesday  Get Your Craft On WEDNESDAY Whatever Goes Wednesday Wow Us Wednesday Look What I Made Wednesday What I Whipped Up Wednesday Let's Do Brunch Whatever You Want Wednesday Wow Me Wednesday THURSDAY Sweet Treats Thursday Sweets This Week  Thursday Show Your Stuff House of Hepworths Brambleberry Cottage FRIDAY: Tidy Mom Inspiration Friday Feathered Nest Friday Sweet Tooth Friday Show and Tell Friday It's a Hodgepodge Friday Weekend Wrap Up Flaunt it Friday Delicately Constructed Friday Sassy Sites Friday Fun  Fridays Unfolded Food on Fridays Friday Flair Foodie FridayWEEKEND The Girl Creative  This Chick Cooks Sweets for a Saturday So Sweet Sundays Sundae Scoop


Marydon said...

What a wonderful tea lily tidbit. So inviting & beautifully presented, Trish. Your tea cup stash is fabulous.

Have a great week.

Haniela said...

What a fun idea, i love it!!!

Barbara F. said...

These are so adorable. My mom loved calla lilies, and this flower always reminds me of her. xo,

kitty said...

I love the calla lilly tea sandwiches! How pretty & such a delightful treat for tea!!

Ali said...

How pretty! I've never seen anything like this before. What a fun treat. :)

If you’d like, I wanted to invite you to share your best recipes over at my new party, Recipe Sharing Monday at Jam Hands. I’m going to be featuring my favorite submissions during the week and I’d love it if you’d join in the fun. :O)

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Trisha, your Calla Lily tea sandwiches are so cute! You always share the most imaginative goodies for Tea Time. It's always such a pleasure to stop by and see what you're offering. Thanks for joining me for tea too and have a fabulous week, my friend.


MrsFoxsSweets said...

What a cute idea! I love looking at all your teacups and glad to hear that you actually try to use them all...after all everyday is special!
Have a great week!

Lark (SparkyLarky)@ Lark's Country Heart said...

Can you just make me a bouquet of these?

Kathryn Ross said...

Your calla lilies are the bees knees! Very aratistic - and so pretty you don't want to disturb them for eating. Your tea stack is a stunner - and I do get the part about not wanting to make inanimate objects feel left out or something. I'm the same way with my little bits. The cats, too. I have to pet them the same or feel like one of them got short changed. I don't know . . . OCD, maybe?

Beth said...

Your sandwiches are simply adorable, and I love the stack of tea cups. Stunning!

Barb~Bella Vista Cottage said...

Trisha, this is truly beyond adorable.

I love it!!

Happy Tea Time,
Barb ♥

HHL said...

What a wonderful and creative treat you have served up today! Those are brilliant sandwiches ... and I so understand, tea cups are precious and each one deserves a turn.... gorgeous "daily use" tea cups... thank you for hosting another wonderful gathering ...xo HHL

xinex said...

Lovely teacup collection, Trisha. Your calla lilies are so cute and thos Parisiene cookies are darling!..Christine

Lavender Cottage said...

Trisha, you come up with the most amazing treats for tea time, whether sweet or savoury. The calla lily sandwiches are a great idea. I'm afraid I don't give all my teacups a turn, only my favourite ones - something I should remedy right away.

Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

Trish, I just have to make something that I can add to your tea party! These absolutely incredible and creative tea sandwiches are a real show stopper! Thanks for bringing them to ON THE MENU MONDAY!

Sherry said...

Oh that Enchanted Oven is a talented cook! I love what she comes up with. Thanks for having us over!

Anonymous said...

How very beautiful and creative! How fun for a tea party. I am visiting from Yvonne's linky party! Thank you for sharing a great recipe!


Jocelyne's Tea Parties said...

Your sandwiches are cute! I feel the same way about my cups - they are all equal opportunity cups. I use all of them and when friends come by they can't believe that I would serve them tea in one of my pretties - I tell them "you're worth it" and they feel even more special.

Micupoftea~ said...

Trish~ You are talking to 'tea cup' people here...I think most of us feel the same way about trying to use all the cups 'fairly'!! LOL~ LOVE the sandwiches and thank you for the recipe. Presentation makes a difference :)

Johanna said...

Hi Trisha,
oh my, what beautiful ideas to serve appetizers. I will remember that. And your hodgepodge is with so lovely china. Thank you for sharing that.
Best greetings, Johanna

♥ Miss Tea said...

I agree that tea time tuesday is always my fave time of the week! i'm marvelling those french inspired cookies from the enchanted oven, i'll be sure to check her blog! don't u just love pinterest?!! i got my inspirations there too and your cream cheese tea sandwiches are soooo adorable! awesome presentation, loving it and drool over it hehe...thanks for the recipe and you never cease to amaze me! xx susan

Donna Heber said...

Hi Trisha,

Your Calla Lily treats look scrumptious! Thank you so much for sharing them with us. I also adore your stack of beautiful teacups. Thank you for hosting our tea party.

lisa said...

Oh my goodness - almost spilled my morning coffee! Thank you so much! And as for your calla lilies, gorgeous. Presentation is everything my friend, and once again you nailed it! Way to go!
Big hugs,

Snap said...

Wonderful post (thanks for the links) and I like stacked tea cups, too! Happy Tea Day!

Concetta said...

You always have the most creative and amazing food presentations! I love these adorable little flower sandwiches! Thank you for hosting and sharing!

Pink Piccadilly Pastries said...

Thanks Trish for another wonderful idea!! I LOVE the Calla Lily Sandwiches!! I also loved Lisa's french cookie series! Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving such sweet comments! It encourages a newby blogger like me! Jina

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Wow, this is totally amazing and so pretty. I am in awe. Thanks so much for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

Angela McRae said...

I especially like how you styled your calla lily tea sandwiches on the square shape. Lovely!

Joy @ Joy Of Desserts said...

I'm like you, I enjoy using my teacups and other lovely things everyday. It makes life more pleasurable, and besides, if not now, when?
Have a lovely day.

Joy @ Joy Of Desserts said...

BTW, I featured your peach hat pies yesterday. :-)

GardenofDaisies said...

Those Calla Lillie sandwiches are so pretty and creative! I want to try that the next time my best friend comes over. I love all your petty teacups!

Terri said...

Trish, I feel the same way about my tea cups!
Your stack of everyday is really lovely to look at, and the Paris cookies.....Oh My! Love them!!! As well as your Calla Lily flower tea sandwiches! So cool!

SweetSugarBelle said...

Those callas are ADORABLE! I love creative food

Charlotte said...

What a great idea to make those cute sandwiches. Teacups and flowers are the perfect combo in any form.

I like your stack of cups:)

Martha's Favorites said...

Hi: I always look forward to what you will share with us. You never disappoint. Love the idea for sandwiches. You are so cleaver. Thank you for sharing your talent with us. Blessings, Martha

Donna said...

Hi Trish, What a lovely and yummy idea! I love your post today and think I will have to try the cala lilies too. They are one of my very favorite flowers. :) I do hope you have a minute to drop by my tea party. I have to tell you that your blog is really very pretty btw..I love all the pink.

And I agree..all of my cups are 'special'..and they know it don't they?

Donna @ Comin' Home's Tuesday Tea

Kathy said...

Hello dear friend! So glad to see your tea party blossoming! I wanted to stop back by to thank you for sharing your very creative tea sandwich post with A Return to Loveliness!
God Bless,

Miranda said...

Love the look of your blog! Mangoes and Chutney's Fat Camp Friday is now open Friday at midnight (EST) ! I would love if you stopped by and linked up this recipe!

At The Picket Fence said...

Seriously adorable calla lily sandwich! I have never seen anything like that and we are so glad you shared it with us at Inspiration Friday this week!

Barbara said...

So clever! I love that stack of pretty cups!

Ali said...

I'm so glad to see that you linked up this week. Thank you so much for sharing this at Recipe Sharing Monday. I hope to see you back next week!

Anonymous said...

the calla lily sandwiches caught my eye,I had to pop over and check 'em out,love this!
I also linked up with some chocolate pancakes,and I'm new follower,hope you can follow back.

The Vanilla Bean Baker said...

I love the French inspired cookies and I adore your calla lily sandwiches. What a beautiful little delight to nibble on over tea. Two of my sisters are avid tea drinkers, I think they would love the Richardson's book. I've made a note of it!

The Tablescaper said...

Such a clever presentation. Great to have your post being a part of Seasonal Sundays.

- The Tablescaper

Courtney ~ French Country Cottage said...

How cute! Thanks for linking up at Feathered Nest Friday! :)

Kids craft ideas said...

So cute! thanks for sharing.

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