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Friday, 14 October 2011

Happy Pink Saturday

Hello bloggerettes and welcome to my Pink Saturday post. October is Breast Cancer Awareness month.

While shopping at the supermarket yesterday, I picked up a pink bouquet in support of breast cancer research.  With every pretty bouquet of pink posies and pink berries purchased, one dollar was donated to  breast cancer research. I was happy to make my contribution.


Last year, the Island's supermarkets were also carrying pink bathroom tissue to raise money for this most worthy cause. This year they have a pink floral bathroom tissue. Isn't it pretty?


Please take care of yourself and get yourself checked regularly!

A warm thank you to our hostess Beverly for bringing all the pinkies together every week. Please click on the link to visit her and her party of pinkies.

One thing I like about Autumn is pumpkins. I'm not sure what my fascination with them is; perhaps Cinderella's fairy tale coach? I loved Cinderella! I especially like the baby pumpkins!


I have been busy painting and frosting them for displays in my home. Last weekend I found a bag of tinsey-tiny ones. They were all orange to begin with but most got a transformation.

Here they are in their former state. You can see how tiny they are when you compare them to the spoon. The spoon is metal which I also painted ages ago. The pumpkins are made of plastic so they're easy to paint and glitter up.


Here they are painted white and sprinkled with some glittery fairy dust. The one on the left is a real pumpkin which also got some fairy dust.


And here are some painted pink and dusted with fairy dust.


A few pumpkins, I left their original orange but sprinkled them with glitter. One little punkin is plain pink.

After all, doesn't everything look better with a little sparkle?




I have one more pinkie to share with you. This one is the cutest pink of all! My granddaughter, Jenna-Lynn, in her pink butterfly costume. She is ten months old now.


This is the back of her costume. The wings are all sparkly like she is herself.


Thanks for stopping by to take a peek at my sparkly pinks. I will be away for the weekend but will try to catch up when I get back. Have a lovely pink weekend everyone!

Sharing from my heart~ Sandi

32 comments:

  1. HI Sandi! I love Jenna Lynn in her pink butterfly costume. She looks just adorable. I've never seen the pink flowered TP in the grocery store but it sure is pretty. Your pink pumpkins with the sparkles are so cute and pretty too. I hope you have a great weekend! Blessings, Pamela

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  2. Lovely post. The pink toilet paper and the pink pumpkin is adorable! Happy Pink Saturday!

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  3. Hello Sandi,
    Jenna Lynn is really a cutie pie. Such a nice costume for such a princess. The cutest pink I ever saw.
    Wish you Happy Pink Saturday, also.
    Best greetings, Johanna

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  4. Hi Sandi,
    What a cute granddaughter you have - adorable! I also love your little pumpkins with the fairy dust! HPS!
    Cindy

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  5. Your grand baby is adorable in her little costume! Love the smile :)
    Your pumpkins are adorable with the sparkle! I have some faded ones I just might put some glitter on.
    The pink toilet paper is the best!
    Hugs,
    Donna

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  6. What an adoraable baby. She is so pretty and she looks gorgeous in pi9nk. Happy pink Saturday

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  7. Sandi, I LOVE your pink!! And the baby is too adorable. Happy Pink Saturday :-)

    Jocelyn @
    http://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com

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  8. Sweet - love the pumpkins, the loo paper and the little lady is beyond adorable!

    Happy PS from the UK!

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  9. Love the glittery pumpkins, the pink TP, and the lovely little butterfly.

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  10. Great pinks, Sandi! All your sparkly little pumpkins - what fun that must have been to dress them up for a bit of elegance in the season. Now, that little butterfly of a doll baby - too sweet! A perfect combination of fun pinks that have made me smile and feel rosy inside today!
    Joy!
    Kathy

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  11. Oh your "pinkies" are all sooo lovely! I adore those pink glittery pumpkins - so delightful & fun! And the little one in the pink outfit is adorable! :)

    Thank you for stopping by my blog & leaving a kind comment. :) Take care and have a wonderful weekend!


    Cheers,
    Jessie

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  12. Loving all the pink glittery pumpkins, especially that last one! Hope you have a wonderful Pink Saturday~thanks for sharing!

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  13. I really like the pumpkins in the light pastels...and especially with the sparkles!

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  14. That is just the cutest little pink butterfly I've ever seen.
    I wish they would sell that pink TP here. They use to have colored TP when I was a teen. I had a pink bathroom so my mother always bought pink TP for that room.
    When we lived in the UK, there was pretty colored and patterned tissues. In France there was a really ugly deep pink scratchy TP.
    Someone could make a bundle if they would introduce it here in the USA.
    Just out of curiosity, what are they charging?

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  15. Hello Sandi,
    Love your Pinks you are sharing today...especially the little pink butterfly :-)
    Love all your sparkly pink pumpkins
    Enjoy your weekend!!!
    Suzann ~xoxo~

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  16. Lots of pinks here today Sandi. I have never seen such tiny pumpkins and love the glitter on them. But Jenna Lynn is my favorite Pink. bomopati

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  17. Pretty Pinks, Sandi. Your granddaughter is so cute, and I love that mini dusted pumpkin.

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  18. Your grandaughter bug is the CUTEST!!!! What a great photo! Love the pink tp! That's a great idea! Haven't seen any around here though. Love all your little pumpkins.
    Ruth

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  19. Love all your treasures, especially the glittered pumpkins. So beautiful.

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  20. Oh how cute is that little granddaughter bunny? The tiny pink and silver pumpkins are so so lovey I want some too. The toilet tissue is just so nice and what a great cause. xx

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  21. Hello darling friend! Oh my I love your sugar sweet frosted pumpkins! That sweet little Jenna Lynn takes the cake! What a gorgeous little squishy cutie pie! Happy Pink Saturday!
    Hugs,
    Olivia

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  22. Sandi,

    Love your pinks for today especially your sweet grand daughter! OMG!! She is just so precious and that outfit is so adorable on her!!
    Too cute!!

    Hugs,
    Deb

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  23. Sandi, your sparkly little butterfly is the prettiest of all. She is adorable.

    And, I love your pumpkins. They are so pretty, and the one left orange sets all of the others off perfectly.

    Claudie should know about the pink toilet tissue. I remember her being on the look out for some.

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  24. Jenna-Lynn made me chuckle out loud! What a darling in her costume! I adore your sparkling pumpkins! Enjoy your weekend!

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  25. Hi Sandi,

    The flowers are lovely but I love that pink tissue. {giggles} Wish they'd make it pink all year. Your grand daughter is precious in her butterfly costume. Your pink glittered tiny pumpkins are adorable. Where did you find them in that size?

    Wishing you a week filled with Pink Sparkles,
    Stephanie ♥

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  26. Oh!Happy Day! Pink Day; that is..and late as usual ....I will spend most of the rest of this week-end skipping all over blog land...God Bless You All..and I mean really bless you!
    Kandy

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  27. HAPPY PS! Oh my gosh, Jenna is a doll!!!! Love your post...because of you I am searching for white pumpkins. Michaels did not have any so the hunt continues!
    shawn

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  28. Hi Sandi,
    What a beautifully PINK post! I laughed when I saw the pink toilet paper, as it reminded me of when there used to be many colors of toilet paper to choose from.... ah, the good old days!

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  29. Sandi, your little pumpkin there is as cute as can be! How darling!

    And I love the little pumpkins you made, too.

    Neat about the pink paper. I'll have to see if we have any here.

    Love to you today and always...

    XO,

    Sheila

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  30. Hey sweet friend!
    Im getting a late start but had to come by a see your darling pink cuties..and the bestest one is your adorable grandd...she looks so yummy in pink!

    Hope this find you well.

    Hugs,
    Lorena

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  31. HI SANDY! I STLL LOVE YOU PUMPING THEY LOOK LIKE SUGAR PUMPKINGS TODAY I WENT TO THE SUPERMARKET TO MY SURISED THERE WAS NO WHITE PUMKINGS,TOMORROW I WILL GO TO SOME OTHER STORE .I DID BUY SOME PINK FLOWERS FOR THERESERCH OF BREAST CANCER IT CAN HAPPEN TO ANY BODY IT HAPPEN TO ME.I GET TOGETHER ONCE A MONTH WITH A GROUP A BRAST CANCER SORVIVERS THEY ARE FUN LADYS WE EAT WE SHARE AND WE HEALP THE NEW ONES .I DID NOT FIND PINK TOYLET PAPER ONLY CLINEX .WHEN I VISIT YOUR PINK BLOG I GET JUST TO COMFORTABLE..THANK YOU FOR SHARING THIS BEAUTIFUL POST,I BLESSINGS !!!

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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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