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Saturday, 13 March 2010

Pink Saturday

Good morning pink bloggerettes~ Pink Saturday is here once again and I want to thank our wonderful hostess Beverly for bringing us this pink party every week. Please click on her link http://howsweetthesound.typepad.com/my_weblog/
or the Pink Saturday button on my sidebar to go visit her and the other pink participants.

Ever since I got home from my trip to Vancouver, I have been going into Winners at least once a week. And every time I have gone in there, there were these pretty little tea plates in their own plate holder. They had different colours; some had polka dots and some were plain. They had the loveliest shade of aqua, I LOVED the aqua, and pink. The pink caught my eye because it is a perfect match to my Rose Chintz pattern.

So, after several weeks, I finally broke down and got the pink set. I think they must have been waiting there just for me!
They came all tied up with a matching pink grosgrain ribbon! There are six of them and at $12.99, who could pass up a deal like that? The little black carrier will probably get a coat of white paint before long.
They are the perfect dessert plates and see how well they match my Rose Chintz?I think they are so pretty together!
You see these pink roses? These are the same roses I shared with you last week! They are just starting to brown a bit at the edges. I would say they were well worth the $5 I spent on them at the grocery store, wouldn't you? I am going to dry them and tie them up with a pretty ribbon and use them as an accent on a table or shelf. They are almost there!

Well, pinkies, those are my pink offerings for today. Cannot wait to turn the clocks ahead! Spring is coming!! Thanks for stopping by and I hope you all have a wonderful pink weekend. God bless!

Sharing from my heart~ Sandi

38 comments:

  1. Beautiful pinks for us today..Love your dishes.

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  2. Those dishes look so beautiful together. What a gorgeous place setting. Thanks for stopping by for a visit.

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  3. That looks like a very nice and inviting tea party! Pour me a cuppa would you...

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  4. Sandi,
    I think you did well to buy those pretty pink plates! they look wonderful with your dinner plates! And the flowers just top everything off nicely!
    Debbie

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  5. Lovely Pinks Sandi!
    I would have bought them too! They would be great for serving an Easter dinner on! Love the way they look with your Chintz plates!
    ((Hugs))
    Kymber

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  6. Oh Sandi, those sweet plates had your name on them and were calling you for sure. They look fantastic with your other dishes. What a statement your table makes now. And, what a deal you got too. Beautiful my friend, just beautiful. AND, who wouldn't love those roses?? Happy Pink Saturday, Char

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  7. Absolutely beautiful pinks- and a lover pink dishes!!!

    Happy PS!

    In Shoes We Trust,
    Maggie Mae
    "Do these shoes Match this purse?"

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  8. lovely chintz pink! love the plates too.. but your chintz are so beautiful! precious collection indeed! happy PS

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  9. Those dishes go so well together I know they were just meant to be yours. The roses photograph so well with them too. Thanks for sharing.

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  10. My aunt and godmother always said, "If, it's pink, it's pretty!" She and I always agreed on that because pink is our FAVORITE color. The plates certainly do look lovely with your other dishes. And the fact that they came with the plate holder makes them even better. Thanks for sharing. ♥♪

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  11. Hi,

    What pretty pink chintz dishes, and the pink plates match perfect.

    Happy PS!

    Debbie

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  12. Your plate match that gorgeous rose chintz perfectly, Sandi! By the way I love the new background on your blog. Happy Pink Saturday!

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  13. I love those pink dishes. What a find! Yes, I would paint the holder white. That would go better with your set.

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  14. Beautiful pink plates! They look so lovely with the floral ones, too. ::Jill

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  15. Hi Sandi,

    Love those dishes. They have them here at our HomeGoods. I keep picking them up and putting them back. Since it's just DH and me here and our space is not very large, I can only purchase a few new things now and then. Every inch of the house is decorated with no room to spare.

    Have a great weekend.

    xo Cathy

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  16. Beautiful pinks today, Sandi. I love your little pink plates. I have inherited my Great Aunt Elsie's set of Rose Chintz china. It is my very favorite posession. Happy PS!

    Mermaid Debbie

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  17. The plates are perfect for your chintz. The price is great, too.

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  18. Pretty plates! As to the holder, either way would look great, perhaps one color or the other would look better in your home? Gorgeous flowers too! I am so ready for Summer roses. Happy Pink and have a super day!

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  19. BEAUTIFUL, I love it together. I can see you had to have it. Gorgeous pink. Happy pink Saturday

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  20. Lovely pink in those photos! Thanks for stopping by and commenting on my pink post.

    Blessings,
    Necel from the Old House in Texas

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  21. Hi Sandi..
    Love the setting for tea..and I have brought dessert with me,to share on your wonderful dessert dishes. They match perfectly with the rose pattern... and I think, ummm, maybe,ummmm..would I, yes!!!!
    I would paint the carrier white.
    Your roses are holding up beautifully
    they should dry well for you. Happy Pinks and have a lovely weekend.

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  22. Sandi, what a lovely post for Pink Saturday. Your tables is beautiful. I hope you have a wonderful day.

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  23. What a perfect package, all tied up with a bow. I couldn't have resisted either. Happy Pink Saturday.
    Ann

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  24. I love this post...everything is so beautiful. I am now a follower. Your blog is beautiful!
    Mary

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  25. Hi, Sandi,
    I am glad you decided to get the pink plates. They are perfect with your rose chintz dishes. I enjoyed reading your spiritual Sunday post, too. Thank you for sharing and have the happiest of Pink Saturdays and weekend, dear friend! Vicki p.s. I also adore those pretty pink roses.

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  26. Beautiful little pink plates~I'm glad you got them!!

    Love what you said on your Spiritual Sunday post about angels, too! Prayers already said for Cynthia and Jim.

    Happy PINK Saturday!

    Big TX Hugs,
    Stephanie
    Angelic Accents

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  27. Hello Sandi,
    what beautiful, beautiful dishes! And naturally, love pink roses.
    Have a lovely day!
    Monica.

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  28. Ooooh! Great plates! I see those plate holders and think I can paint them but never PINK plates! They do work perfectly with your sweet china!
    Happy Pink Saturday!
    Hugs, Lisa

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  29. Such pretty plates and flowers. Your blog is so pretty too! I hope you are having a great weekend and have enjoyed your Pink Saturday! Sherri : )

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  30. I have this same Rose Chintz china, it once belonged to my Grandmother!!

    Your blog is lovely!!driz

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  31. Sandi, what a beautiful shade of pink. It just screams Tea Party! I love it and thank you for sharing. Thank you so much for visiting me at Frosted Petunias and making my first Pink Saturday such a lovely one. Have a great weekend!....Anna♥

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  32. OH I LOVE THOSE PINK DISHES! And the roses are beautiful too. I couldn't resist buying daffodils today. They just looked so happy. Thank you for your sweet comments about the painting of my precious Reba done by Violet Skiles. Have a wonderful weekend. Charlene

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  33. Sandi, those ARE just perfect! I love how the pink sits among the flowers.

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  34. Yay, 4 more days til Spring! Your Rose Chintz pattern is gorgeous, Sandi. And I do really like your bargain deal pink plates w/stand you got. I looove your header picture. And, can't leave out those darling little rosebuds - how perfect they stayed so you can dry them and use them forever. Happy PS~

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  35. gorgeous flowers and plates. I really like your sunday blog. thanks for visiting mine. hugs Sara

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  36. Oh Sandi!
    Those look amazing with your Rose Chintz!!!! WOW I have put it with red but never thought about pink....hmmmmm.

    I'd think I'd like to be a part of your Tea Tuesday..but I might have to do my post mid afternoon..since Tuesday is my Bible Study day. Is there anything specific that you do? And I have had a horrid migrane today which even with meds..makes me groggy. Would that work..if not..I'll try and do an early post and join you next week.

    Thanks for sharing!
    Hugs..Lorena

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I am delighted to have you visit me and I read every comment. Please forgive me for not being able to visit you all as there are so many of you lovely bloggy friends now. I will visit as much as possible. I wish you a day filled with JOY! ~ Sandi

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