Saturday, February 18, 2012

Pink Saturday

I wanted to join Pink Saturday today
I'm still featuring pink in all my February posts
After Valentine's Day I changed up the cubbies
but left all the Pink!
I have lots of pink things it seems!
I found this cross-stitch at a thrift shop for .39
I can't believe I was so lucky!  It goes well with my few pieces of pink pottery.
Pink, white and gray
My Mom brought me this cup from England many years ago.  It is a cup for my June birthday.
Thank you Beverly for giving us a weekly party to share all of our lovely pinks!
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Susan said...

Linda , your cubbies are so pink and beautiful. I have that same Rose cup, and my birthday is in JUNE.

Brenda said...

Pretty pinks! Love the cubbies.

Gina said...

So many pretty pink goodies!

Annesphamily said...

Hi Linda! I lobe your little cubbies! So sweet! Full of pink pretties I see! I recently bought a sweet rose tea cup and saucer. I will show it off next week! But I had to pay full price for it! I loved the little box it came in too! Ha Ha!
I am counting the days for my daughter Noelle and phamily to move two doors away! Finally my basement will be mine again! LOL!

Ann@A Sentimental Life said...

loving the pink pottery!

C'est moi Claudette said...

Hi sweet friend of mine.
I know I've been absent... but I'm back.
You sure are enjoying that sweet shelf of yours.
I adore all your pinks... but the red on Valentine's day was so adorable too.
Hope all is well.
I've missed you

LV said...

You do have a lot of pinks. They are all keepers and look nice the way you have them displayed.

Vickie @ Ranger 911 said...

Yoru cubby looks ready for spring with all the pinks!

Joy@aVintageGreen said...

Another June baby. I think that is an 'L' on the small planter. A great pink collection.

DearHelenHartman said...

Those pink ballet slippers are darling. HPS!

Jan@southernjunkin' said...

Love the cubbies! I've given you the Versatile Award! Thank you for your inspiration!

Chatty Crone said...

I love your pinks. Happy Pink Saturday. You know for something different I like the pink ballet slippers were pretty. sandie

Susan said...

Love all the cubby pinks, Linda. Of course you must know, by know, what my favorite color is! Nice job! Susan

BECKY said...

Hi Linda! I especially love the pink teacup!

Polly said...

looks super cute!!

Aledia said...

Beautiful Pinks!!

I've been a follower for awhile now but I'm now following you on Linky :)


Scarlett said...

Your cubbies are beutiful in pink. I really like the rose cup from your mum - we know how to do a good cup design over here in blighty ;o) Scarlett x

Cozy Little House said...

Love, love, love the cubbie shelf!

Muddy Boot Dreams said...

The pink, the pink, it looks familiar. Do you have Medalta pieces? My Dad, and my Uncles were major collectors of Medicine Hat, and Medalta pottery, along with anything else that looked like it.

And your shell vase looks so familiar. Does it have a stamp on the bottom?

Sorry got carried away there, LOL.
He will be tickled pink, ahem to know that there are other people into "his" stuff also.

Horray for another word verification free blogger!!! Whoot whoot!!!

Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams

Betsy said...

I sure do enjoy all your fun cubbies, but this one is my favorite so far. Love all the pretty pink!!

Nann from At Nann's Table said...

Linda I love your cubicles with all those darling pink pretties!! And you got that crossstitch picture for 39 cents. Girlfriend, you didn't buy that... you stole it!!(smile) Just too cute! Love it all. And as you know both of us have a love affair with pink..

Thanks for your comments on my blogger/header post and other posts. You and I are in the same boat. What I REALLY want are the picture squares across the top with some of food, tablecapes and parties but I don't have a clue how to do it.I don't like having such a big long header.But I honestly don't know what to do. A couple of people have offered to help me figure it out which I so appreciate. It makes me feel better to know I'm not the only one in the world who has to learn to get around blogger(smile)

Hugs to you,


Dianne said...

Linda, I really love that elegant pink candlestick. You do have a lot of pink things and they are lovely. Dianne

Cheryl said...

Hi Linda,
Lovin' all your pink things! You can leave that pink up right into spring (leave it to me to always be thinking of ways to save time!)
Off to check out your photography blog!

Zootsuitmama said...

One can never go wrong with pink! Looks Springtimey!~My birthday's in June too!

Catherine said...

So many cute little pink tea cups in this photo! Sweet!
xo Catherine

{Bellamere Cottage} said...

Hi Linda...

LOVE your little cubby shelf. So sweet and it's wonderful that you can change your little cuties for the seasons and holidays. I think I need one too... although I don't know where I'd put it. :-) Things are pretty full here, at the cottage.

Full beds are pretty easy to find when you're thrifting... I actually sold my old iron, full size bed to a friend when we moved up to a queen size bed. It was soooo high, and so simple. I love the iron ones because they're easy to paint for a new look. The last one I had powder coated in white. It was pretty spendy, but I don't really have a great spot for spray painting. ....

Hope you find exactly what you're looking for.


ImSoVintage said...

So many sweet pinks. I found your blog through a comment you left on Cozy Little House and I am so happy to now be a new follower.

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

I LOVE your pinks! The cross stitch rose is wonderful!!

Sharon said...

Linda, excited to find your blog and Etsy shop. I too love vintage items, pyrex, kitties, pink!... Your cubbies particularly caught my eye. May I ask where you found them? Am looking for something to display a teacup/saucer collection and I think they would be perfect! Looking forward to following your posts!

Sharon said...

Linda, just discovered your blog and Etsy shop - love both! I too enjoy vintage items, pyrex, kittycats, pink!... May I ask where you got your cubbies? Want to display cup/saucer collection and looks like they'd be perfect! Looking forward to your future posts. :)