Lately it seems that a lot of the vintage items I am finding at thrift stores are pink and white.
It causes me to wonder, being the red lover that I am, why are you buying so many pinks?
Oh Pink Saturday look what you have done!
This girl is becoming a bit of a pink lover. Notice the frilly font for girly pink. lol! My house has red in almost every room so what am I going to do with all of these pinks?
Well, we are adding a bit of cottage charm to our living room. My couch has roses on it. I have always accented and pulled out the reds. But I think I may just have to add a few pinks when I put it back together.
I know, not really red. You’d be surprised how it turns more to red with other red décor. Not bright red of course, but deeper vintage red.
Could I say red anymore? Hee-hee!
Notice, a bit of robins egg blue also? Thinking I might bring my blue cupboard out on the porch in for a while. Hey if were pulling out pink, why not pull out blue?
Is this creamer not the cutest? What a sweet tea party on top!
I just bought this tea pot for $5 at the D.I. in St. George. I couldn’t believe that the dainty roses were not even chipped. The sales clerk commented that usually the roses are broken.
This $3 scalloped carnation plate at a St. George yard sale was too sweet to pass up!
I love how one edge is shaded with a teal color.
This set was $4.
I really just wanted this tiny creamer. Notice they don’t really go together? Hey for $4 I’ll take them both.
I am not sure if this pincushion is made from an old doily sewn around a Styrofoam ball, or just made to look old. Either way; cute, cute, cute!
I’m hoping that this room will become pretty with a little pink!
I will be sharing with: