Friday, February 5, 2010

Pink Saturday & A Few Treasures

Beverly & I want to welcome you to another PINK Saturday! While you are reading this I have gone to my Heart of Communion Art Event. This is being held in an old church that has been turned into a home/art studio. Be sure & click HERE to see this wonderful blog. Also, please come back in a few days to see photos & a post of the event. But, in the meantime I wanted to share the PINK vignette on top of my refrigerator. I have the wonderful vintage oil lamp I shared with you in the past PINK post, a pot of PINK flowers, my canister of hot cocoa mix, a Valentine plate, a PINK flowered creamer, a crystal paper weight & some scrabble tiles spelling the word LOVE. Speaking of LOVE... I want to wish a HAPPY BIRTHDAY to my precious husband. This is one of those "big" Birthdays & I think it is bothering him just a bit. Happy Birthday Honey you are the light of my life!
This is the sweet crystal paper weight I was telling you about. It is in the shape of a little tea pot. Suspended in the crystal is a beautiful PINK rose. My dear friend Susan gave this to me a couple of years ago. I LOVE it! And this adorable little creamer belonged to my mother's mother. It was given to me by my sweet Aunt Sharon & Uncle Mel. When his mother died Uncle Mel had gotten this pitcher from her things & when we were up to visit them one summer (in their beautiful log cabin in Cripple Creek, Colorado) they gave it to me. THANK YOU for sharing this family treasure.
Enjoy this marvelous PINK Saturday & be sure to click the button on my sidebar to go visit some other the other girls playing today. HUGS!


Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Happy Pink Saturday Charlene...
Sweetie this is a beautiful post. Happy Birthday DH. (It doesn't matter that we are a year older, just that we are still here to share with our loved ones.)

Charlene that teapot paperweight with the rose inside, oh my gosh that is just the sweetest darn thing I have seen in a long time. Even the little knob on top. So detailed for a paperweight. I love it.

I love the one that belonged to your family member also. Was it the grandmother or mother? You can see the age of it. So beautiful. They just do not make anything like that today. It is exquisite.

Thank you for sharing. Please stop by and let me share my pink post with you. I love to share and love the company. Country hugs sweetie...Sherry

************** said... have some lovely treasures in Pink..Have a good weekend..


Barbara said...

Charlene, Hope you are enjoying your the pink things you showed.

Have a great day and come see me.

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble said...

so pretty!

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

What a great vignette. I love it. The paperweight is so unusual, and the creamer is a fabulous heirloom. What a thrill to have it. Hugs, Marty

Christine said...

Happy pink Saturday to you, Charlene! The tea pot paperweight is really original and what a nice family heirloom you've received! Thanks for sharing- Christine

P.S. Didn't make it to Diana's class this weekend (darn, too much work!), so I'll have to sign up for April.

Gracie Jewellery said...

Love your Pinks. Happy Pink Saturday. Don't forget to visit me. It is your only chance to enter my giveaway.

Lisa said...

Boy! You have the pinks on the go!!
I love them all!!
Happy Pink Saturday!
Hugs, Lisa

Lori Katies Rose Cottage said...

Charlene ~ You find the most fun things to go to !
Have a great time !

Enchanted Rose Studio said...

Happy Pink Saturday, Charlene! And happy birthday to your sweetheart husband! The creamer and paper weight are both so pretty and so precious!

My pink post is late today; that dang post scheduler! I'll get it right one day ha!

Hope you can still stop by for a visit!

Have a lovely Pink weekend!

Me....bunny said...

Happy Pink Saturday to you too! And happy "BIG" Birthday to hubby.


Alisa said...


Hope you're having fun! (I'm sure you are... they are wonderful hostess!)

Nan said...

Hope your class went well Charlene. Thanks for sharing your pinks and introducing me to a new world here with all these sweet new friends. Nan

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Barbara said...

Charlene, I am late, but just wanted you to know I am trying to visit everyone...time is our enemy. Love the pot.

Barbara said...

You have so many wonderful treasures in your home, and you display them all so thoughtfully. You can really tell that you select each piece very carefully because you really love it. Thanks for entering my giveaway, it's funny when I pulled the pansies I did it for you! I said Charlene would love these. Can't wait till Friday, I've got stories to share. Lisa

Jan said...

My dear friend is a follower of you blog and she was talking about the crown collection and gorgeous photo' I had to have a peek.
Great blog and the Church made into a home is amazing!!

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