decant back into the jug (for easier pouring) then duly pour into waiting teacups.
ramekin dishes or teacups.
teacups of milk or Cream.
Let's just say he had a way of getting you to respond without throwing teacups around.
The individual petals of the blooms are packed so tightly that they look like little teacups.
In the board room of British Caves Limited, the bright sunshine falls on bone china teacups and polished mahogany.
urbane, erudite man, more likely to throw karma around the dressing room than teacups.
This, the first of Helen's letters to Dr. Holmes, written soon after a visit to him, he published in "Over the Teacups." [Atlantic Monthly, May, 1890]
Divide the rice between the two lightly greased ramekin dishes or teacups.
Put into a large pan 2 lb of granulated sugar and 3 teacups of Milk or Cream.
Let 's just say he had a way of getting you to respond without throwing teacups around.
Here is an urbane, erudite man, more likely to throw karma around the dressing room than teacups.
Use teacups as candle holders or planters.
Don't you just love the small teacups used in Asian restaurants?
A variation on the topsy-turvy design is a stacked cake with layers that look like pillows or teacups.
The Spinning Teacups are a fun spinning, twirling tea party.
If you like very feminine teapots Roses and Teacups has some of the most delicately worked, unique teapots on the Internet.
Hog's Breath Saloon in Key West, Florida: They host a homemade bikini contest every year and some of their past winners have come up with some very untraditional bikinis with some featuring bubble gum dispensers and teacups.
If you collect baseball cards, coins, figurines of a particular kind of animal, thimbles, teacups, or any number of other collectible items, use elements of your collection to decorate your tree.
Combine one or more of these themes with traditional tea party offerings like light finger foods, a variety of teas and pretty teacups and teapots.
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