A sharing of my heart and my home from a Christian perspective

...with a wee bit of whimsy added.

"A joyful heart is good medicine." ~ Proverbs 17:22

Friday, 30 November 2012

It's Pink Saturday Time!

Hello bloggerettes and welcome to another Pink Saturday with Beverly at How Sweet the Sound

The other day I made some faux snowballs and if you would like to know out how I made them, please see my previous post for instructions.



I set up a silver tray in front of the window with a feather tree, fresh evergreens, sparkly birdies, and my snowballs.



As the sun was setting, it cast a lovely pink glow on the vignette and I thought it would be pretty for Pink Saturday. I waited for just the right moment and captured its pinkness on my camera.



Here is my pink poinsettia.


I thought I would also share a few of my Christmas tree ornies. This is a little teacup which Hubby gifted me with years ago and I glued it together to hang on the tree.

 
Another teacup with pink posies on it.



And a beautiful ornament my mother gifted me with years ago. It is painted by Lena Lui and made by the Bradford Exchange. This one is green with pink roses and topped with a pink butterfly.


 
And this one is pink topped with a blue butterfly.
 
 


Thank you for visiting today and have a lovely weekend everyone!

Sharing from my heart~ Sandi

15 comments:

scrappinnana said...

Hi Sandi,

Your snowballs and feather tree are beautiful. Those ornaments are gorgeous, especially the tea cups. I love tea cups and tea pots. I have made two tea cup pin cushions for Christmas decorations. Thanks so much for sharing. You always post such beautiful things.

Hugs,
Janet

Pamela Gordon said...

Your feather tree, snowballs and silver tray look so pretty in the pink light of the setting sun. Your tree ornaments are sweet. Have a lovely weekend.

Antiques And Teacups said...

So pretty and PINK Sandi...and so perfect for the season! Lovely! Happy PS!
Ruth

Melanie said...

Your snowballs are so pretty !
I love it when I see a tree with unexpected decorations hanging from it and your tea cup and saucer caught my eye ! Gorgeous !
I have had bird nests sitting in my tree for the past couple of years but this year I am trimming with antique lace. Don't you just adore Christmas time.
Happy decorating !

mypinkprettiesaboutme said...

Your snowballs are darling. The feather tree and birds look so nice with it. The pink light is magical. Thx for sharing.

HPS

ML

Valerie said...

That feather tree is adorable and I love your teacup ornaments! I'm off to heck out your snowball post.

Kays Kids said...

Your tree of feathers and your snow balls look so good. Especially with the pink glow of sunset.
HUgs

Il calesse said...

Un'atmosfera magica ed avvolgente!
Bellissime foto,complimenti!
Lieto giorno!:)
Luci@

Sarah (Nikki) said...

Good Morning....My dgt had her four wisdom teeth pulled so I didn't get online much yesterday but wanted to pop by b/c I love coming here.....I got to check out how you made those little white snowballs...the kids would love them. Sandi....have a beautiful weekend.

Victorian1885 said...

Hello Sandi
Your snowballs look lovely on the silver tray. I do love that white feather tree too! We have more snow already in Saskatchewan than we had all last winter so I hope you are doing better in your part of Canada. Have a great weekend!

Wanda

Jeanne said...

Hi Sandi, Your tree with the snowballs is festive and so pretty with the pink cast of light. The teacup ornies are darling. Leave it to you to use tea cups for ornies. I love your idea.Your ornament from your mom is stunning. Lucky you. My mom passed many years ago and I have some ornaments she handmade that I treasure.
Happy Pink Sat.
Hugs, Jeanne

Michele said...

cool snowball and many lovely holiday things! happy pink saturday! xo

Debbie said...

Just beautiful! I am hosting a giveaway on Dining With Debbie during the month of Merry, Marry Munchies. There are two giveaways, actually: (1) $50 gift certificate to my favorite jeweler, robinsonlane.com and (2) a signed copy of Kat Robinson's new book, Arkansas Pie: A Slice of the Natural State. I would love for you to enter and win one of these. Be sure to enter through rafflecopter. http://diningwithdebbie.blogspot.com/2012/11/2012-merry-merry-munchies-3-baked.htm

Chenille Cottage said...

Good Monday Morning, Sandi!
Your post is so lovely...so delicate...so sweet and feminine. I love your pretty feather tree. It provides a perfect shelter for your little white birds.
I hope you have a wonderful week, my friend.
Blessings,
Carolynn xxx

bohemiannie! art said...

That is a drop dead gorgeous tree!

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