Bloggerette Sorority

Won't you join us?


Welcome to my newest blog. What is a kimberline you ask? Well where I live in Portland, Dorset, it is a nickname given to newcomers to the Island. Yes Portland is an Island seperated from Weymouth by a causeway. Its part of the Jurassic coast and I love living here. I will be posting lots of different things I hope you enjoy visiting here. Hugs Sara

the above link is my second blog home to some yummy receipies and info on cooking

Tuesday, 9 November 2010

A cup of Tea anyone


I have decided.  I am going to host a swap/blog party.  I have been wondering for a while what to theme it on.  Then just now over a cup of chamomile honey and vanilla tea it hit me.  A Tea Party.
So you will want to know how to play along. 

Send me an email and or comment on this post. I will need an email to contact you with your swap partner. (I will keep sign up open for two weeks)
Tell all your friends they can play too.
I will email you your swap partner two weeks today.  Tuesday 23rd.
And the list of what to include on your swap
A sample of tea.(Some ideas)
Normal tea, ginsing tea, green tea, herbal tea, your own herbal tea mix if you have one, ceylon tea, lipton tea, fruit tea, twinnings tea.  Any thing.   At least one sachet. 
A handmade tea related item.  Tea cosy, tea pendan,t tea charm, tea ATC ACEO,
Tea supplies art related.  This can be, open to interpretation ie tea stain, tea dyed tags etc
Then when everyone has received their goodies (email me to let me know) I will set a date to do a blog party so we can see what we all get
How much?  no less than $15.00 and no more than $20.00
For more than 4000 years now, tea has been a faithful staple in many cultures and countries around the world. Used as a sustaining liquid for those suffering from infectious disease, there are many believers who have always asserted that tea holds powerful healing properties.  In some cases, they believe that tea can actually cure ailments and sickness. New emerging studies are elevating these assumptions from myth to scientific reality, providing significant evidence that tea is indeed a source of health and contains legitimate healing properties.


Any questions about the swap and blog party, just ask.


Susan said...

no one is interested yet?

I'd like you to be more we send tea, make one item, buy one item and then mail it off? whatever...give me more info...i am off to start reading your are so far ahead of the rest of us...i am only on 4, LOL
my email is susanscraps AT comcast DOT net. I am in NJ, USA.


Anonymous said...

I am interested.

Aelwyn said...

TOTALLY interested!!!!!


I will post this on all my blogs. :)

Mother's Moon's Message said...

count me in. love the idea... will post a bit on my blog and see if we can get a few more involved.

GlendaM said...

I'm interested. I love a good cup of tea and think it's a lovely idea. (Thanks Mother Moon for sharing. Glenda - gmmyles at gmail dot com.

faerwillow said...

~a beautiful swap you have created...i l♥ve tea!!! i am holding a celebrate the season swap as well that closes on the 23rd...i will be doing a reminder of such here in the beginning of the week and if you don't mind i will add yours to the post!! thank you for hosting this...warm wishes and brightest blessings~

tofallorstumbleupon at live dot com

Faerie Moon Creations said...

I'd love to take part! I've posted your button on my blog. Sounds like a lot of fun! :)

Moon Daughter said...

Oh! Can I still get in? I'd LOVE to do this!
(aka Moon Daughter)

faerwillow said...

~good morning...i hope this finds you well and in good spirits! i have tried to email you a few times...don't know if i have the right email address for you or not!?!? so a few qquick questions...the items above you have this what we HAVE to send forth or merely ideas given for this exchange...please do let me know as i am trying to prepare your package!!! i wish you well and blessings be with you and yours always~