Kids Tea Set Basket Fun. Cute Ideas and Options!

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My grandkids love to play with little things, including any available cute kids tea set. Clean-up isn’t considered quite as much fun. Unless, of course, we make it cute as well. Like providing them with their very own kids tea set basket to put all the tea set parts away. THEN it becomes much more entertaining. Part of the whole experience, you might say!

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I have occasionally shared a children tea set basket in the past as part of other posts. But today I thought it would be fun to really focus only on some cute kids tea sets with baskets. Like this lovely kids purple tea set. Isn’t it adorable! This tiny Delton tin tea set brings back such sweet memories for me as I remember playing with a tin tea set as a child, though I don’t know if it came with a basket back then. It does now, though! Including a nice little latch and double handle.  Tin tea sets are especially helpful for smaller girls and boys or those who prefer to throw their toys rather than place them gently on the table. (I suspect that’s why I had one!)  ♥️♥️♥️

Kids Tea Set Basket and Tea Set

If you happen to have a child who is a bit more careful with her childs tea set, you might enjoy giving them this lovely pink Delton porcelain tea set. It features a sweet butterfly and rose design and the basket comes with pink gingham fabric lining. These pink tea sets come with a teapot, creamer, sugar bowl, 2 cups, 2 saucers, 2 plates, 2 forks, and 2 spoons.

kids tea set basket in pink by Delton

I saw this pink tea set with adorable gingham in the kids tea set basket and immediately thought of Fancy Nancy and her tea set book. Don’t they mesh adorably?   ♥️♥️♥️

Fancy Nancy and friend enjoying their pink tea sets

Then I saw this page and wondered if the basket was from her kids tea set? What do you think? All the ones I can find have a lid. But this gives me a cute idea. What about buying whatever kids tea set you like, buying a nice open basket and popping the tea set into it, along with some other fun goodies. Maybe some matching napkins, toy food, etc. But our kids and grandkids would love that. And the baskets would probably be a bit bigger. Thus easier for little hands to put items away? ♥️♥️♥️

Fancy Nancy sending her kids tea set basket with the tea party invite

I don’t know about your kiddoes but my grandkids are very traditional. Pink and purple are girls colors while red is fine for both. So this cute ladybug kids tea set, complete with basket, might be fun for a tea party with younger girls AND boys. This is a Delton ceramic kids tea set for two with a wicker basket, a teapot, creamer and sugar, two teacups, two saucers, two plates, and two sets of utensils.

kids tea set basket with ladybugs by delton

Check this out. This cute polka dot tea set  by Alex even comes with a little picnic blanket (really little, I’m guessing ♥️♥️♥️). It also includes a porcelain teapot with lid, creamer, sugar bowl with lid, 4 cups, 4 saucers, 4 napkins and a tablecloth. I noticed it is recommended for children 8 years of age and older. I’m guessing it’s due to being breakable. A good thing to remember with the ceramic kid tea sets as well.

 

alex toys tea set basket polka dot

 

Awwww, Isn’t this Delton Porcelain Bee Buzz Kids Tea Set with basket adorable? I love the yellow check. Very nice for spring, Easter, and, really, all year round!  This set includes a teapot, creamer, sugar bowl, 2 cups, 2 saucers, 2 plates, 2 forks & 2 spoons. The closed basket measures about 11 x 7.5 x 5.25 inches.

kids tea set basket yellow porcelain by Delton

So much kids tea set basket fun! Lots of great ideas and options to buy OR to make yourself. Which one do you like best? Why not save it to Pinterest for future ideas. 🙂  Happy Tea-ing with your beloveds!  ♥️♥️♥️

 

Ann

 

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