Maybe your child isn’t into the cowboy look. Another inexpensive look may be a Wizard with a long cloak, pointy hat and fake beard. Cloth can be found at any inexpensive thrift store or fabric store for just a few dollars a yard. A piece of poster board rolled into a cone shape and covered in fabric would work nicely for a Wizard cap, and wouldn’t be too heavy on the child’s head. A clean, dry, stringy mop head would give the perfect look for a Wizard’s beard. If you choose to add a wand, a yard stick will do. You may also be able to find a small plastic one from a toy store in your location.High Tea is often mistakenly presumed to be a tea ceremony reserved for the elite class of the upper crust of society. This is an unfortunate misgiving however, High Tea does not in fact refer to an individual’s social standing. The term “High” in High Tea refers to the height of the table at which the tea was served, specifically a dining table instead of the lower tables of a parlor. High Tea was actually a full meal consisting of meats, bread, cakes, and of course plenty of dark rich tea. In the working or agricultural communities of England individuals would come home around dark, normally around six in the evening, and at that time the evening meal would be served, hence the origin or High Tea.