Friday, February 10, 2012


Hello and welcome to a Valentine Pink Saturday hosted by Beverly of How Sweet the Sound. I am also linking up with The Tablescaper for Seasonal Sunday. Thank you for the invite to join! I'm sorry to be have been away for so long, it's been one thing after another since our sweet Molly died. I fell and hurt my knee, x-ray showed nothing broken but I was in alot of pain. Also having a problem with hives, not sure what's causing that, I'm starting to think stress so far no meds are working to releave this. We lost Molly and also our little Golden Girl is fifteen years old and she's going down hill fast. It's been alot of work taking care of her and seeing her fail so fast is stressful.

Anyway I'm sorry to sound so down, I'm not usually like this. I've managed to get my house decorated for Valentine's Day. I hope you like all my pinkness that I have to share this week. First I have my pink tree in my foyer.

Love my old green chair. I'm thinking about painting some furniture in my upstairs setting room in this color. I have some odd pieces that are different in style and time period so I thought maybe I could tie them together in the same color paint. I'll be sure to post pics if I decide to do that.

Below is a cute little paper craft that friends and I got together and made.

Next I have a cute little ornament that I made for the tree this year. Ed and I just celebrated our 41st anniversary. The pics I used to make this were taken back when we met in spring of 1970.

Next are some faux cupcakes that I made with some friends on one of our crafting nights.

A few closeups.

Were under a winter storm watch and the snow already started flying. Three great magazines arrived in the mail today so I'm planning a cozy weekend at home by the fire reading and crafting!

I love this little card with the chicks, I'm going to try and find that stamp and make that one!

Well that's it for my pink this week, thank you so much for stopping by and I hope you all have a wonderful Valentine's Day!

Hugs, Shirl