My daughter attended a friend's "Jane Austen Tea Party".
I heard: pretty dresses, hair buns, fresh flowers, tea and scones.
The bag contains the gift my daughter gave to her friend. Enclosed in the bag was a bouquet of tiny white rose blossoms from the garden, a vintage teacup, a vintage handkerchief, and a wire heart ornament, similar to these, but one that she made herself.
My daughter wrapped the gift for her friend before I could take a photo of the teacup and the handkerchief she chose. But this china teacup and handkerchief are similar to the ones from my daughter's collection, except that the teacup and saucer she gifted to her friend were made in England.
With no assistance, she wrapped, stamped, and decorated her friend's gift
with items she recycled:
paper bag, tissue paper, ribbon, and card.
Later this week, I'll show you what my daughter and I did to display part of her handkerchief collection.
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