Saturday, January 29, 2011

Romancing Pink

I'm still in a Valentine creating mood.  I have a few more things to finish up this weekend.  This cute picture is a vintage style embroidered piece.  I painted a rose on the wooden frame and added vintage lace, millinary and tulle for more bling.


This was a vintage copper jello mold.  I painted it pink added a hand painted rose a few pearls and millinery.  It has a white seam binding ribbon for hanging.  These are so cute in a grouping in a kitchen.

Another vintage kitchen piece.  I love recycling forgotten pieces into reusable art.  These are adorable holding craft items.  This also has seam binding ribbon attached for easy hanging.  I think this would be sweet hung with the jello mold.

Have a great weekend all!

I am joining up with Bev and the pink lovers over at How Sweet The Sound.

18 comments:

Ginger said...

I love your new beauties. The little cupcake tin is extra special. I had one of those when I was a child. You do good, girl!!!
I am getting in the Easter frame of mind now!!
Ginger

Nezzy said...

This Ozark Farm Chick is just pickled~tink with your 'pinks'. Girl, you have a most charmin' blog here. I snooped 'round a bit...don't worry...I put everything back, just the way it was. I'm just that kinda gal!!! :o)

God bless ya and have an amazin' weekend from the happy hills and hollers of the Missouri Ponderosa!!!

Prim Rose Hill ©2008-2011 said...

I'm still in the Valentine mood too, though I guess I should be moving on to Easter "creating". ;) Lovely pinks! I have thought of collecting those vintage molds and painting them pink...great idea!

Hope you're having a fabulous Pink Saturday!

Sheri :)

Brenda ~ Shabby Cats and Roses said...

All your items are just so lovely, and pretty in pink ~ perfect for Valentines :) Wishing you a very Happy Pink Saturday!!

Warmest hugs, Brenda

Miss Rhea said...

Hi Roselle :) Your Valentines are just darling ! Love the heart with your pretty pink rose, too sweet !!! Thank you so much for your well wishes, you are such a sweetheart :) Valentines Day is such a wonderful Holiday to create for :) I read down and love the pictures of your Dad. There has never been a generation like those that fought in WW2. They are everything that is great about our country. You must be SO proud to know the gift he gave us all :) I have really been into WW2 history this last year, and have read and watched everything I can about it. Have you seen Band of Brothers ? It makes my heart swell with pride for our Country to think about the open, unselfish hearts of our parents and Grandparents who gave SO much and never complained. Anyhoo, rambling here :) Just wanted to thank you for your cheerful visit and comments. Have a great weekend my friend :) Hugs :) :) :)

Couture de Papier said...

Beautiful post thank you for sharing,HPS.

The Polka Dot Closet said...

The jello mold is wonderful, how creative! Regarding my stupid white table...I don't think I coud give it away!!

Carol

Sandy aka Doris the Great said...

I love that pink muffin/tart pan. Good idea. Thanks for visiting me.

Donnie said...

Lovely pink choices for today.

Char said...

I love your vintage jello mold with the rose. The muffin pan is a great idea too for holding all the little goodies we need when crafting. Happy Pink Saturday sweetie and have a great week, Char

Mari said...

HELLO ROSELLE AND HAPPY PINK SATURDAY :) LOVE YOUR VALENTINE ITEMS!!! SOOO PRETTY :) I JUST LOVE THE JELLO MOLD :)

XOX~MARI

Look in the Nook said...

Absolutely beautiful Pink pretties.
ENJOY!
Jany
Don't forget to "Look in the Nook"

Cindy Adkins said...

Oh wow, Roselle, everything is soooo beautiful!!!
WOW!! I love all your pinks!!!
XO

Debbie said...

Roselle,
Happy Pink Saturday. Love those jello molds... your blog is very pretty!

Debbie

A Cottage Muse said...

Hi Roselle ~ loving your sweet header and all your Valentine pretties!

Jillian said...

Very sweet Roselle! Perfect for Pink Saturday!

Jillian
Bella Rosa Antiques

Lynn said...

I really enjoyed seeing your "pink" today, Roselle. And your painting is wonderful. Your blog is lovely too ... so soft and feminine. Thanks for visiting me at Cottage and Creek and for leaving your nice comment. As a newbie,I sure appreciate it!!
~Lynn

tina said...

so sweet.kiss,tina

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