Friday, June 3, 2011

Fresh Cut Roses Everywhere

In yesterday's post, I shared my blooming rose bush.  It's putting out tons of blooms.  I am having fun going around the house collecting all the vintage creamers to place them in.  I LOVE the way this one looks on this chippy and very shabby little table.  I love the rustic with the pristine little china filled with roses.
This little creamer is from the Rachel Ashwell Simply Shabby Chic (tm) collection from Target.  I don't think they make this pattern anymore.  Love it.

This creamer is from our wedding china Lennox Charleston pattern.  I have this one sitting on my secretary in the family room.  We've had it over 20 years.

This beauty is from my mom's wedding china.  Truly antique since they got married in 1955.  I love the blue roses on this one.  This is gracing our fireplace mantle right now.
I like the way the silver edging on the creamer looks next to the mercury glass, don't you?

Have a great weekend everyone!
~Roselle


28 comments:

KAT said...

looks wonderful, I love the color of the roses and the pretty vintage creamers. I have to use my old silver creamer for this some time
KAT

Francie...The Scented Cottage Studio said...

I almost posted roses in sugar bowls and small pitchers .. but mine are faux and yours are beautiful !
thanks for sharing and happy Pink Saturday.

Holly said...

Such a wonderful collection of shabby and chic things! I enjoyed stopping by your blog.
Happy Pink Saturday!

Char said...

Oh Roselle,
it's wonderful to be able to go out and bring in beautiful blooms to look at through the home. I think what makes this so special is all the gorgeous containers you are using. Such love and memories.
Happy Pink Saturday sweet one, Char

Tami said...

Hi Roselle..beautiful weather here today on the Jersey Shore! I love the Simply Shabby Chic creamer from Rachel Ashwell..I am sorry I missed that one...whenever I would see something new I had to grab it right up.
Hope you have a wonderful weekend..Happy Pink Saturday..xo Tami

ps..your blog is so pretty...I will be following.

Gabriela Delworth said...

Happy Pink Saturday!


They look great!



~ Gabriela ~

~Shabby~Prim~Delights~ said...

I envy your blooms. My roses are trying hard to bud after there major prune back for winter here. Cant wait til I have lots and lots of blooms too.
HPS
Michelle

LV said...

Roses are pretty anyway you use them.

Susan said...

Beautiful roses and choice of containers for them, Roselle! All the displays look perfect.
Wish my roses would bloom soon...
Have a great weekend!
- Susan

Emily said...

I love that you have your roses in your china, and how nice you have your mom's china too. All so lovely.

~Emily
The French Hutch

Maison Mutt said...

I love almost anything Rachel Ashwell (stopped by her store when I was in NYC...had to drag myself out!). Thanks for the lovely post. Happy PS!
Wags, Niki

bj said...

Love your pretty little creamers, full of roses. :))

Marydon said...

What a clever & lovely way to present your exquisite roses.
Have a beautiful PS week ~
TTFN ~
Marydon

Genie said...

Your pictures are beautiful, and I love the texture treatments. They are just so sweet and delicate. Lovely work.

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hi Roselle,
Your little creamers are so pretty! This would make a wonderful post for my tea party next week. Your roses are gorgeous. Thank you for your visit and your prayers. Have a lovely weekend, sweet friend.

Blessings,
Sandi

Only Cute Things said...

Just beautiful
I love it!

Happy pink saturday!

xoxo

visit me anytime...

Debbie said...

Hi Roselle....your roses are gorgeous. LOVE all the little creamers you use to display the flowers in. That little vignette on the shabby table is so sweet.
Enjoy your weekend.
Debbie

Aunt Snow said...

I love the bright color of the roses paired with the subtle colors of the china. How pretty.

Have a great Pink Saturday!

Ginger said...

Beautiful roses and I love all the great creamers. I collect white ones. Happy PS
Ginger

Mary said...

Do you ever open a blog you've never visited before, and as it begins to fill the screen, you gasp because the beauty is immediately overwhelming? That's what I did when I arrived here. Every inch gorgeous, you're one of those "visit every day" blogs. I feel like I've finally found my "peer group," ladies who love the things I love. I'm so glad you visited me at Redo 101, and I'm following you back. Look forward to reading through your older posts, and seeing what you have in the future!

Hugs,
Mary

Cat & Cricket said...

ROSELLE~
Gorgeous!
I love all you did!
Smiles~
Cat

Jeanne said...

Perfect containers and very charming for your lovely roses. The sentiment for each one is so sweet. Roses look so pretty anywhere you put them. Roses just makes a girl smile.
Hugs, Jeanne...I'm smiling

A Cottage Muse said...

Fresh cut flowers around the house always makes me happy!!

Nancy said...

I do love the mercury glass and the silver edge china together...lots! Beautiful roses. (must go grab some of ours and bring them in)

Happy Pink Saturday!

Olivia said...

Hello my sweet friend! Oh my your garden blooms are gorgeous! Love love!
Hope your week is fabulous and blessed :)
Big squishy hugs,
Olivia

Annesphamily said...

SO much charm over here today! HPS a bit late! I am so happy I came by. Enjoy your week. Anne

Cindy Adkins said...

Oh Roselle,
The roses are so beautiful--and of course, they're named after you!!! I was just thinking about you yesterday because I saw a beautiful dish in an antique mall and a stand was next to it and I thought, "If Roselle was here, she would know how to make the perfect cake stand with these!"

I hope you're having a great weekend!!
XO
Cindy

Cindy Adkins said...

Hi Roselle,
If you get a chance, come take a look at my blog...I've got an interview I'm doing...
XO
Cindy

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