Saturday, February 15, 2014

You're Egg-cellent!

Yesterday was a very sweet Valentine's Day! Both my husband and I take off from work each year to spend the day together and go for tea at a local tea shoppe named Chat Noir.  It is a lovely place with fabulous food and service.  We make reservations in advance as they always book solid for the day.



I selected Creme Brulee tea and it was delicious! Their butterscotch scones are my favorite and I love their orange butter.  For lunch we had Baxter pie which was something I never had before.  It reminded me of a breakfast bake with potatoes, veggies, sausage, eggs and cheese.


I thought I would share the Valentine card I made for my hubby.  This was a fun one for me to make.



I bought this Lawn Fawn stamp set with my husband in mind.  Every Sunday he brings me a tray with a cup of tea (and a silk flower).  I get to spend a precious half hour enjoying my tea and a good book! It is a treat and then I get up and make us a nice breakfast (most often bacon and eggs!).  So this card really reflects us in a fun way!

Hoping you all enjoyed your Valentine's Day!














7 comments:

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

The tea room sounds delightful and the card you made for your hubby is cute.

Kathy Combs said...

What a romantic and lovely way to spend your Valentine's Day...and the card? It is the bomb diggity! I bet he loved it! ♥

Have Apron....Will Bake said...

What a great post! And such a lovely way to spend Valentine's day! And I love the card you made!

Jeanette (Forest Ranger) said...

Your Valentine's card and day are fabulous!

MiamiKel said...

Oh Winnie, this post is positively poignant! What a sweet man you have :) And the tea room looks yummy - sounds like one we have near our home in Cauley Square (Tiffany Tea Room in the Redlands) We book our girls' Mother's Day luncheon there every year :) The card is just so sweet! Isn't it great to find 'the image' to match a time in real life? Love it!

Orla said...

Love it Winneie!

Arnoldo L. Romero, MLA said...

Chat Noir sounds like a lovely place to visit, and the food looks delicious. I really like the card you made for your husband, and really was the perfect stamp to use based on your Sunday routine. Blessings!

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