…yes, that’s right – we’re still snowing. Actually, this is pretty typical for us and I really do love it – I’m sure my husband doesn’t feel the same as I do since he does all the snow blowing, etc. He will be out there all day today! He closed up shop early yesterday, because the snow was blowing so hard - we literally were in white out all day and people were staying in and staying warm. I’ve never seen the snow so high on our deck. I’ll try to get pics today and post tomorrow or Tuesday. It really is beautiful!
Enough about that – on to Pink Saturday – and I want to thank all of you for all your inspirational comments last week. I didn’t realize they kept coming in all week, and just read the last of them today – so I will get back to you all – promise.
This is the sweetest little dish and such beautiful pink flowers and embossed edging – you can see a little bit in the photo and if you click on it maybe you can see it better. I have no idea what it was used for……….
except that on this one, the person I bought it from wrote on her tag “butter pat”, so maybe the one above was also used for that purpose. I have always been fascinated with the little serving pieces used in times past. When I was growing up, my mother had little serving pieces – like salt cells – that’s what she called them. Do you know what they are? Tiny cut glass bowls – probably no bigger than an 1 – 1 1/2” in diameter with a tiny little spoon for scooping out salt to add to your food. I just love all that! And, I inherited them – although I do not use them, maybe I will now.
Anyway, these are just the sweetest things, and as you can see I have them on hangers to hang with the platter I showed you a couple of weeks ago.
and some tags new baby tags to my Etsy – the poem on these are just so precious…
and tiny tags made from antique wallpapers and vintage Victorian ephemera…
and new Easter tags…
Stop by and visit Beverly at How Sweet the Sound to make some amazing friends and gaze upon some beautiful inspiring pinks.
Happy Pink Saturday everyone!