Saturday, August 8, 2009

PINK SATURDAY 8/08/09

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~ A favorite small Victorian antique oval mirror with gilt wreath handles ~

full of miniature perfume bottles, a crocheted glove that my grandmother made for me, & dried pink and cream roses in a special cache` pot from my husband, all atop a light pink damask tablecloth

Another PINK SATURDAY post brought to you courtesy of our lovely hostess, Miss Beverly of How Sweet the Sound. Click here for her list of other participants!


Pink Roses on the scalloped wallpaper border in our master bath & a pink silk roses swag


A pink rose topiary in a cherub compote atop a cabinet in our bedroom


A large pink oval Royal Doulton English Rose embossed tray (my favorite tray)


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Now I'm off to visit more pretty pinkness in the blogging world!!

Big PINK SATURDAY Hugs,




34 comments:

Connie said...

I had to come by before we left for Mandy's tomorrow, sugar. Be sure and give mum a smooch each day we're gone! Now don't forget!!!!!!!!!
xoxo,
Connie

Vicki said...

Hi, Stephanie,
I love all of your pink pretties. That antique mirror is wonderful. The glove your grandmother made for you reminds me of a pair I wore to church as a little girl. Thanks for stopping by to visit at "Bunny Cottage". Your Texas friend, Vicki

Claudia@DipityRoad said...

Such feminine touches-- each one.

Thanks for sharing.

TTFN~~Claudia ♥ ♥

SmilingSally said...

Thanks for sharing Pretty pinks. Happy Pink Saturday.

Coralie Cederna Johnson said...

Pink roses will make me believe in beautiful every single time! Yours are sooooooo lovely! Thanks for sharing!

xinex said...

Love all your pinks, Stephanie! They are all so gorgeous!...Christine

Celestina Marie said...

Hi Stephanie,
Beautiful pink post today for Pink Saturday. I love the mirror tray vignette. That glove is just lovely made by your grandmother. What a treasured keepsake. And the cache pot with roses from your DH is too sweet. I also just love mini perfume bottles. You always pull together the pretties table accents like this. I love that about you and your keen eye and talent for arranging.

I love your MBath border paper with roses. Simply gorgeous. Is that a navy blue background on the paper? Really pretty.

Hope you have a nice weekend.
See you again soon.
Blessings and Hugs, Love ya,
Celestina Marie

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Oh! Absolutely beautiful. Pink everywhere. Thanks for sharing. Happy Pink Saturday and wonderful post. Please stop by and say hi. I would love to have you visit. Country Hugs, Sherry

My Crafty Little Page said...

Having a little pink everywhere just makes life better! Have a wonderful Saturday. :)Nancy

Queen of Dreamsz said...

Hello Stephanie and Happy PINK to you! What lovely pinks you offer..I've got a crocheted glove like that too! I just love snagging those vintage pieces at the thrift store..The one you have is extra special since it came from your grandmother.

Have a lovely day and please drop by for a visit. I'm always happy to see my PINK blogger friends. :0)

Stephanie

vickie said...

Happy Pink Saturday, beautiful pinks today. Love the topiary and the tray! Have a great week.

Sandi@ My Yellow Door said...

Happy Pink Saturday, Stephanie! Your pinks are fabulous! Very feminine! Thanks for sharing.

Blessings,
Sandi

Connie from Big Bear Lake California said...

I luv the glove that your grandmother made. It is so special and also the roses in the cache pot from your husband. Please stop by when you can. Connie

Leann said...

All of your pink goodies are soo romantic. Love the dried roses.

Please stop by The Old Parsonage anytime, I love company!

Enjoy
Leann

Melissa Miller said...

How pretty Stephanie! The mirrored tray is beautiful and everything else is just elegant as well.

The catnip mat is found at Petsmart. It's also a sctatch pad and he is just mesmerized with it. It's so funny. Let me know if you try it okay!

Thanks for the sweet visit today. I also wanted to thank you for posting about my giveaway on your blog. So many nice people came by and said they came to me from you. That is so kind. I appreciate it. I wish everyone could have won! I REALLY mean that. I'm so glad the random generator picked the winners. I could never chose.

Have a blessed weekend.
~Melissa :)

Bunny Rose Cottage said...

Beautiful pinks today Steph! I just love the vignette in the first picture, all the details are just beautiful! Love the tray too!!

Hugs,
Amy

Jennifer said...

Hi Steph,hAPPY pINK sAT. Your pinks are just so pretty.Beautiful keepsake from your grNDMA TOO.hUGS.jEN

Envoy-ette said...

The nice thing about pink...you can have a lot of it, and it doesn't hurt your eyes! Love the glove your grandmother made!

Vintage To Chic said...

Hey Lady! your pink post are always so great and I love to visit your blog. Miranda is looking forward to school but not me so much, getting up at 5:30 again is going to take some getting used to. lol!
Hugs,
Judy

NicNacManiac said...

You are so fortunate to have all of these pink lovelies right in your home to make you smile!!

Happy Pink Saturday!! xOxO Nerina

Tami said...

Hope you are having a very lovely Pink Saturday!
xo Tami

Enchanted Rose Studio said...

Happy Pink Saturday, Stephanie! Love your pretty pinks! Love the pretty glove your Grandmother made, the vanity vignette is lovely! I also love the pretty topairy and the scalloped border!

Have a lovely weekend!

Tina

caren said...

Your pinks made me happy! Thanks for sharing. Happy PS!

Claudia said...

Everything is beautiful, Stephanie, but I am especially taken with the beautiful crocheted glove! It is so beautifully intricate! Happy Pink Saturday!

Bertie said...

Oh Stephie!! Love the tray and the gloves! You always make such pretty vignettes.

I couldn't find the tray. Did someone steal it already?

Hugs,
Bertie
Aunt May's Cottage

Shirl said...

Hi Steph, I'm still making my Pink Saturday visits, thank you so much for stopping by and leaving such a sweet comment! How pretty your antique mirror is and I just love those crochet gloves, how sweet to have something made my your grandmother! Your perfume bottles are so pretty and I love your Mbathroom border. Have a great week!
Love you, Shirl
Shirls Rose Cottage

jeanne said...

Hi Stephanie, would you believe I am still trying to catch up with my pinkies. I love the beautiful oval mirror and the items you have displayed. The roses and cherub are so sweet and I clicked on the picture to see the embossed pink tray. Gorgeous. You are truly a pinkie.

Hugs...Jeanne

Terri Morse said...

Hi Stephanie! The mirrored tray is lovely, and I especially love the little arrangement of roses on it. Have a great week, and thanks for stopping by to visit! Hugs, Terri

The Rose Room said...

More gorgeous pinkness Stephanie, the crochet glove is precious, a pair of those was one of my very first vintage buys at about 12 years old!!!

Mary said...

Hello Miss Stephanie:) Happy late pink week:) I love the precious glove that your Grandma made,looks so sweet with your mirror vignette. All the lovely flowers and borders,
I think we can safely say you live in a beautiful garden:)
Have a great week.Love,Mary:)

Rebecca said...

Hello Sweet S...how are you girlfriend? I've been laying a bit low myself these days. Just soooo much to do. In and out and up and down, deciding on things, indecisive on things...just KOOKY
! I'm promising you it's that MMMMMMM WORD that happens to women when they GET OLD! ACK! Not sure I'm loving turning 50 (last Dec).

Anyway, so happy you popped in. I've got catching up to do, too. Tomorrow is another day. My eyes are too blurred from painting...I need to SLEEP!

Loving your Bloggie as ALWAYS. Forever a JOY to visit! Your pink pretties are 2die4.

Love & Hugs,

Rebecca

Sarah said...

Love the pink and green quilt and the roses on the tray, but my favorite would have to be the pink paws. Cute post! Thanks for sharing ~
Sarah @ hyacinthforthesoul.blogspot.com/

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