An Invitation to Tea: Special Celebrations with Treasured Friends

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The bestselling An Invitation to Tea (more than 80,000 copies sold) by beloved author Emilie Barnes and celebrated artist Sandy Clough has a fresh look and a new hardcover format sure to please longtime tea lovers and those new to the pleasures and benefits of gathering over the warmth and aroma of tea.

Alongside new paintings from Sandy are the treasures that made this a favorite from the start:

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Overview

The bestselling An Invitation to Tea (more than 80,000 copies sold) by beloved author Emilie Barnes and celebrated artist Sandy Clough has a fresh look and a new hardcover format sure to please longtime tea lovers and those new to the pleasures and benefits of gathering over the warmth and aroma of tea.

Alongside new paintings from Sandy are the treasures that made this a favorite from the start:

  • delicious recipes for desserts, meals, and tea brews to delight all palates
  • inspirational quotes and verses honoring good friends, conversations, and traditions
  • hospitality ideas for special holidays or simple get-togethers

Classy and classic, this is a refreshing gift for girlfriends, moms, grandmothers, teachers, or the hostess of a party.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780736922371
  • Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
  • Publication date: 6/1/2009
  • Pages: 32
  • Sales rank: 732,714
  • Product dimensions: 7.20 (w) x 7.10 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Emilie Barnes is the author of 70 books, including 101 Ways to Clean Out the Clutter; Heal My Heart, Lord; and 15 Minutes Alone with God. She appears on more than 300 radio stations as host of "Keep It Simple." Emilie and her husband, Bob, are also the founders of More Hours in My Day time-management seminars.

Sandy Clough is the author and artist of Prayers to Soothe Your Soul, and You Can Do Tea and the artist for the bestselling If Teacups Could Talk. Sandy is a fourth-generation painter whose attention to detail and design has garnered her numerous awards as well as fans and collectors worldwide. She and her husband, Rick, live in Georgia.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 24, 2010

    I Also Recommend:

    For beginners only

    If you've already collected recipe books for tea (tea sandwiches, etc) this is not the book for you. However, if you're new to the idea then you should find this book quite enjoyable. There are a handful of recipes and lots of pretty illustrations. Included are a few ideas for different types of tea gatherings (parties) but not enough to hold my attention for long.
    I had hoped for a wealth of recipes and pages of ideas for tea gatherings, seasonal, spur of the momenet, winter vs. summer etc.

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