Highlander's Cottage

A design blog about exterior design, classic enamel sign decoration and more about house and garden.

Give-away to promote afternoon tea

I promised you a give-away in my last post, and the time has come… It’s time to get it started!

As you’ve probably discovered the summer is here, and it’s a beautiful time when most people enjoy spending time in their gardens. I do so too, and I enjoy having coffee, cold drinks and tea in the garden as well. I still remember when I was a kid and we had coffee/soft drinks in the garden, under the blooming apple trees. I can still picture the scent in my memory, and I hope you’ve had many moments like that as well.

This give-away is meant to promote moments of afternoon tea in the garden for one of my readers. The award is a really cute tea ball with an attached miniature tea pot in a cute little gift box, and a pack of napkins, which is great to bring when you head out in the garden for the afternoon tea.

Would you like to win this? Then you should take all three chances for a greater chance to win (you can take one or two entries as well though, of course).


1 entry – Comment on this post and tell me about a summer memory of yours.

1 entry – Share this give-away on your blog, Facebook or Twitter.

1 entry – Like Highlander’s Cottage by e-mail or Google+. You can find the links in the side bar.


The give-away is open until June 25th. Good Luck!

6 Comment

  1. YES, Tezz, I would love to win that. Thank you for offering such a sweet give away. Please enter my name in the drawing. I, too, love afternoon tea, even here in the Deep South. I hope it doesn’t matter that I live in a different part of the country to be eligible for your kind offering. I enjoy your blog immensely, and it is one of my favorites. Warmly ~ Janice

  2. This would be nice to win. Then I would have an excuse to sit down in the afternoon! Lovely gift! Thanks for the chance.

    1. My memory: as a child, playing in my grandparents’ barn with my many cousins. We would build hay bale houses.

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